Puppies and Kittens
It can be overwhelming having a new puppy or kitten at home. Let us help make the transition easier, see below for information on keeping your pet healthy, when to vaccinate, and some tips too!
#1 Exam with the Doctor, First Puppy Vaccines, Dewormer - $50
#2 Second Puppy Vaccines, Dewormer - $50
#3 Third Puppy Vaccines, Dewormer, Fecal Test - $50
#1 Exam with the Doctor, First Kitten Vaccines, Dewormer - $50
#2 Second Kitten Vaccines, Dewormer, Fecal test - $50
We start Puppy and Kitten vaccinations at 8 weeks of age. Vaccine packages are spread out three weeks apart, in order to give your puppy or kitten's immune system time to build up the proper antibodies.
Rabies vaccinations are required to be given at 4 months of age. If you spay/neuter your pet with us, the rabies vaccine is included in the surgery at no cost to you. Otherwise, Rabies vaccinations are $20.
Animals that have not been fully vaccinated, should refrain from area's that are frequented by other pets.
You could be placing your pet in harms way, without even realizing it.
This includes dog parks, neighborhood walks, pet stores, etc.
"Why should I vaccinate my puppy? He isn't sick."
Vaccinations prevent your pet from becoming sick. Our puppy shots vaccinate against Canine Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus, and Parainfluenza. Additional vaccines are available.
Parvo is a deadly virus that affects non-vaccinated puppies and young dogs. Even with treatment, there is only a 50% chance of survival. To learn more about Parvovirus, please click the link below.