Vaccinations are an important factor in your pet’s preventative health care plan. We create vaccine protocols for your pet that revolve around their unique lifestyle and risk factors, as well as community regulations.
One full year after the puppy vaccination series is completed, we recommend yearly vaccinations of leptospira (a bacterial infection), bordetella (kennel cough), and borrelia (Lyme disease) as needed. We also recommend vaccinations of rabies and DHPP (distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, and parainfluenza) every 3 years.
One full year after the kitten vaccination series is completed, we recommend yearly vaccinations of FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) as needed. We recommend vaccinations of rabies and FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis) every 3 years.
If you have any questions about what sort of vaccination protocol is right for your pet, please ask a staff member or veterinarian.
ONE OF THE MOST URGENT QUESTIONS REGARDING COVID19 IS/ CAN YOUR PET TRANSMIT THE VIRUS TO YOU OR CAN YOU TRANSMIT THE VIRUS TO YOUR PETS?
THE MOST CURRENT DATA FROM THE CDC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE EXPERTS ALONG WITH MEDICAL AND VETERINARY HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS SAY THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THAT DOMESTIC PETS OR LIVESTOCK CAN SPREAD THE DISEASE TO PEOPLE AND ALSO NO EVIDENCE THAT HUMANS CAN TRANSMIT THE VIRUS TO DOMESTIC PETS OR LIVESTOCK IN THE US.
THOUSANDS OF ANIMALS HAVE BEEN TESTED FOR THE PRESENCE OF THE VIRUS AND THERE HAVE BEEN NO CONFIRMED CASES IN DOMESTIC PETS ONLY THE ONE POSITIVE RESULT IN THE TIGER IN THE BRONX ZOO. tHE TIGER SHOWED MILD SYMPTOMS AND IS EXPECTED TO MAKE A FULL RECOVERY.
iT IS SAFE TO HUG AND PET YOUR 4LEGGED FRIENDS DURING THIS STRESSFUL TIME AND THEY WILL BRING YOU HOPE AND PEACE DURING THE OUTBREAK.
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