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Needles aren't the nicest things, but they are GREAT for our pets!

Lucky for us, there are vaccines to help prevent many illnesses that affects our pets. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help your pet live a long, healthy life. Vaccines help preapre the pet's immune system to fight the invation of disease causing organisms. Vaccines contain antigens, whick look like the diseases, but don't actually cause the problem. When your pet is vaccinated, it makes their immune system get prepared and recognize the disease. This helps them fight off and reduce the severity of the diseases.

The answer to those questions will pretty much tell us how often your pet needs to get a shot. Puppies and kittens generally need two to three vaccines when they are born, then 2-3 boosters as they get to their 1 year mark. If your pet is a senior citizen, then they should also receive booster shots more frequently. If your pet is in overall good health, then a booster when necessary, and rabies as our local county laws require.

Against What Diseases?

Again this will really depend on what type of pet it is. Generally we follow these guidelines:

  • Cats - Feline Panleukopenia (distemper), Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Feline Calici Virus, and Rabies. These are typically given in 2 sets. One common combination vaccines for cats is the FVRCP, which takes care of 3 of those listed above. The rabies vaccine has to be adminstered by law at set timelines, such as every year, or every 3 years.
  • Dogs - Canine Parvovirus, Distemper, Canine Hepatitis, and Rabies. These can usually be given in a set of 3 shots, and all at the same time. Just like with cats, the timing and repeat for the rabies is determined by our local laws.