Why Vaccines are Important

Vaccinations can help protect your pet against some potentially fatal diseases. Vaccinating your pet also stops them from catching and spreading deadly diseases to other animals.
Dog Vaccinations

  • Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Parainfluenza
  • From 6 weeks of age, 2 injections 4 weeks apart then yearly booster injections.
  • Kennel cough vaccination (intranasal vaccine lasting one year).
  • Rabies vaccination for pets going abroad.

Cat Vaccinations

  • Flu, enteritis and leukaemia from 9 weeks of age 2 injections 3 weeks apart, then yearly booster injections.
  • Rabies vaccination for pets going abroad.

Rabbit Vaccinations

In recent years, a new strain of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD-2) has affected rabbits with potentially fatal consequences, which the standard myxomatosis and RHD-1 vaccine does not provide enough immunity for. As a result, especially in outdoor rabbits, an additional annual vaccine for RHD-2 can be given at least 2 weeks after the standard myxomatosis and RHD -1 vaccine.

Ferret Vaccinations

  • Distemper virus annually.
  • Rabies vaccination if going abroad.

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