The flu doesn't just affect people. Your cat can develop the viral infection, too. Although most cats recover fully from a bout of the flu, it can be particularly hard on young, old and immune-com ...View Article
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We follow the recommended vaccination guidelines set forth by the American Animal Hospital Association. Many serious infectious diseases can be prevented by vaccination. Even indoor pets can be exposed to viruses in the air, in dust, or on clothing. Vaccination is an inexpensive way to protect against these potentially deadly diseases.
We offer several options for vaccinating your canine or feline friend.
|6-9 Weeks||DAPP||6-9 Weeks||RCCP|
|10-12 Weeks||DAPP + Bordetella + Influenza||10-12 Weeks||RCCP + Leukemia|
|12-14 Weeks||DAPP + Bordetella + Influenza||12-14 Weeks||RCCP + Leukemia|
|15-16 Weeks||Rabies||15-16 Weeks||Rabies|
Adult dogs and cats are vaccinated according to previous vaccination history and exposure risks following AAHA guidelines.