Vaccinations

 DUE TO COVID 19 WE ARE NOT HOLDING OUR MONTHLY SHOT CLINICS.

VACCINES ARE ADMINISTERED EVERY MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY.

RABIES VACCINES ARE OFFERED FROM 9:30 AM -1 PM.

ALL OTHER VACCINES ARE OFFERED FROM 9:30 AM-5 PM.

 

 What shots should my puppy receive?

 

DA2PP (distemper/parvo combo) $15.00

Your puppy needs 3 of these given 3-4 weeks apart.

The 1st vaccine should be given between the age of 7-8 weeks of age.

The 2nd given three to four weeks after the first.

The 3rd given 3-4 weeks after the second.

Please do not expose your puppy to an area where an unvaccinated dog could have been, examples: the dog park, pet stores, even just walking down the street! 

Do not assume your puppy is protected until at least 2 weeks after the third set of puppy vaccines is given.

This vaccine will then need to be re-administered yearly.

Rabies $12.00

Your puppy can receive a rabies vaccine at 12 weeks of age. Repeat again in 1 year.

Bordetella (kennel cough) $15.00

Your puppy can receive a bordetella vaccine as early as 8 weeks of age.

NOTE: OUR CLINIC USES AN INTRANASAL BORDETELLA WHICH NEEDS TO BE GIVEN EVERY 6 MONTHS.

 

What shots should my adult dog receive?

 

DA2PP (distemper/parvo combo)$15.00

This vaccine should be administered yearly. 

Rabies $12.00

Your dog can receive a rabies shot as early as 12 weeks of age. One year later it should receive a booster, which will be good for 3 years. You must have it boostered before it expires to make it a 3 year rabies vaccine. Please check you rabies certificate for due date.

Bordetella (kennel cough) $15.00

NOTE: OUR CLINIC USES AN INTRANASAL BORDETELLA WHICH SHOULD BE GIVEN EVERY 6 MONTHS.

 

 

What shots should my kitten receive?

FVRCP (feline distemper combo) $15.00

Your kitten needs three of these given 3-4 weeks apart.

The 1st vaccine should be given at 7-8 weeks of age.

The second 3-4 weeks after the first.

The 3rd three to four weeks after the second.

Your kitten will not be protected until at least 2 weeks after the 3rd vaccine is given.

Leukemia $15.00

Your kitten can receive a leukemia vaccine as early as 9 weeks of age. A booster should be given 3-4 weeks after that, and then a booster every year.

Rabies $12.00

Your kitten can receive a rabies vaccine as early as 12 weeks of age. One year later your kitten should receive a booster, which will be good for 3 years. You need to have it boostered BEFORE it expires for it to become a 3 year vaccine. Please check your rabies certificate for due date.

 

What shots should my adult cat receive?

 

FVRCP (feline distemper combo) $15.00

This vaccine should be administered yearly.

Rabies $12.00

The 1st rabies vaccine is given at 12 weeks of age. One year later your cat should receive a booster, which will be good for 3 years. You need to have it boostered before it expires for it to be a 3 year vaccine. Please check your rabies certificate for due date.

Leukemia $15.00

This vaccine should be administered yearly.