Preventing Pet Diseases

Vaccinations

Your family dog, cat, rabbit or ferret should be vaccinated against potentially fatal, but thankfully preventable, diseases. Prior to vaccination, your pet’s health is assessed, a full physical examination is performed, any questions are answered and advice is given on flea, tick, heartworm and worm control.

Dogs

Puppies are vaccinated against distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza and bordetella (the latter two known as kennel cough) at two, three and four months. Whilst we may recommend annual or three-yearly vaccinations for dogs it is important to continue your pet’s protection against these serious preventable diseases. An annual heartworm injection prevents this killer disease. Remember, dogs are required to have vaccinations before admission to boarding kennels.

Cats

For cats we advise vaccination against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus (cat flu) and feline infectious enteritis. Vaccinations are required at two, three and four months of age with annual boosters thereafter.

Other Standard Vet Services

preventative care

Preventative Care

The healthiest pets are pets that are actively cared for.

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microchipping

Microchipping

Microchipping greatly reduces the chance of losing your family pet.

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de-sexing

Desexing

De-sexing of dogs and cats is strongly recommended.

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fleas

Flea Control

Stop the scratching and itching.

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