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Are you expecting a new furry friend into your household? A new puppy or kitten? Or perhaps rescuing an adult dog or cat?
Did you know puppies and kittens should start their vaccines between 6-8 weeks old?
They will get a series of vaccines to help strengthen their immune system as the immunities they received from their mom begin to weaken.

We recommend scheduling a wellness exam when your new family member arrives. Please bring with you any medical records you received with your furry friend along with a fecal sample that is less than 24 hours old.
During this exam we can help you understand the necessary vaccine protocol for your new addition...whether it be a series performed every 3 weeks or annual visits.
We can help you choose which vaccines your pet may benefit the most from, for example...
  • All dogs should receive a Rabies Vaccine and some form of a Canine Distemper Combination Vaccine,
    but is it necessary for your dog to be vaccinated against Lymes Disease? Or Kennel Cough?
  • All cats should receive a Rabies Vaccine and the Feline Distamper Combination Vaccine,
    but is it necessary for your feline to be vaccinated for Feline Leukemia?