Vaccinations

Vaccinations are essential for your pet and are a critical part of preventative healthcare in cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets. 

Vaccinations prevent your pet from contracting potentially fatal diseases.

Dogs

We routinely vaccinate dogs against distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, leptospirosis and infectious bronchitis (kennel cough).

Our recommended puppy vaccination schedule is as follows:

  • 1st vaccination: 6-10 weeks
  • 2nd vaccination: 10-12 weeks

The interval between the primary vaccinations should be 2-4 weeks, but no longer.

Booster vaccinations must be given every year.  We send out reminders for annual health checks and booster vaccinations.

Cats

Cats are vaccinated against cat flu, feline infectious enteritis, and feline leukaemia.

Our recommended kitten vaccination schedule is as follows:

  • 1st vaccination: 9 weeks
  • 2nd vaccination: 12 weeks

The interval between the primary vaccinations should be 3-5 weeks, but no longer.

Booster vaccinations are given every year.