Puppies and kittens need a course of at least two injections to ensure they are fully protected, the first one starting at 6 – 9 weeks of age followed by a second injection 2 – 4 weeks later.
Dogs are routinely vaccinated against potentially fatal diseases such as Leptospirosis, Parvovirus, Distemper and Infectious Hepatitis while cats are vaccinated against Viral & Bacterial Cat Flu. If you are putting them into boarding kennels you will be required to have their annual vaccinations up to date and dogs must have an extra vaccine against Kennel Cough.
Rabbits need to be vaccinated against Myxomatosis and Viral Haemorrhagic Disease, both of which are usually fatal.
Your annual health check is very important, the vet will examine your pet for conditions such as early signs of heart problems, dental decay, arthritis and weight problems. Early diagnosis and treatment of these conditions can greatly improve your pets quality of life.