It is important to prevent diseases occurring in your pet and vaccines play a vital role in disease prevention.
Annual boosters are essential in maintaining your pet’s immunity to preventable diseases.
Your Pet will receive a thorough health check at its vaccination, this can be essential in diagnosing conditions that can be successfully treated if identified early.
Vaccination against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Para influenza and Leptospirosis virus is strongly recommended.
You can vaccinate your puppy from 8 weeks of age, your puppy will require a course of 2 injections 4 weeks apart.
If your Pet is going into Kennels we advise it to have the Kennel Cough Vaccination.
All these vaccinations need an annual booster.
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Vaccines for Cat Flu, Enteritis and Leukaemia are strongly recommended.
Kittens can be vaccinated at 9 weeks of age and require a course of two injections given three weeks apart.
Cats require an annual booster vaccination.
Vaccinations against Myxomatosis and viral Haemorrhagic disease (UHD) are available.
Myxomatosis vaccinations are recommended to be given every six months and annual vaccinations are recommended for VHD.
Vaccinations can be started from 6 weeks of age.