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Puppy & Kitty Vaccines

We recommend puppy and kitten vaccinations start at 6-8 weeks of age and monthly until 4 months. It is important for your puppy and kitty to receive these vaccines as well as booster. The combination of vaccines help fight off a number of virus, as well as bacterial infections that can cause serious harm to your new little one. Once they have received all rounds of their puppy and/or kitten vaccines. Adult vaccines are administered yearly. In addition to the prices below, we charge a vaccine office visit charge of $20.00.

 

Puppy Vaccinations

1st set (8 weeks) DA2PP & Dewormer - $39.00

2nd set (12 weeks) DA2PPL & Dewormer - $45.00

3rd set (16 weeks) DA2PPL & Rabies 1 year - $50.50

 

DA2PPL - Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, and Leptospirosis

Distemper Virus
A very contagious and often fatal disease of the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract and nervous system. Transmission is by direct contact with bodily secretions and by movement of airborne secretions. Puppies at highest risk but dogs of all ages especially with inadequate vaccination are susceptible.

Canine Adenovirus type 2
Associated with Canine infectious hepatitis and one cause of infectious tracheobronchitis. Spread through respiratory secretions, urine and feces. Young dogs most susceptible.

Parainfluenza
A common and highly contagious cause of infectious tracheobronchitis. Airborne transmission. Dogs of all ages are susceptible, unvaccinated or inadequately vaccinated dogs at highest risk.

Parvovirus
A highly contagious, very aggressive and sometimes rapidly fatal gastrointestinal virus. Transmission is by direct contact with infected animals, feces and objects containing virus particles. Virus can survive in the environment for a very long time and can spread easily from contaminated surfaces. All unvaccinated or inadequately vaccinated dogs are susceptible, very young, sick or weak dogs at highest risk of death.

Leptospirosis

Is a bacterial disease that can be found in most animals, including livestock and wildlife. The bacteria are passed via the urine into water sources, where they can reside. Your dog can become infected with Leptospira by drinking, swimming in or walking through contaminated water. Bacteria can enter the bloodstream through a cut in the skin or through mucus membranes (such as eyes, nose or mouth). The bacteria can infect pets, wildlife and people. The bacteria can survive for long periods of time in water, wet soil and infected urine

 

Kitten Vaccinations

1st set (8 weeks) - FVRCP & Dewormer - $31.00

2nd set (12 weeks) FVRCP, Leukemia & Dewormer - $51.00

3rd set (16 weeks) FVRCP, Leukemia & Rabies 1 year - $62.50

 

FVR    Feline rhinotracheitis virus (feline herpesvirus 1)

C    Calicivirus

P    Panleukopenia

Feline Rhinotracheitis virus
A viral infectious respiratory disease caused by feline herpesvirus type 1. This virus is an extremely common cause of respiratory disease and often results in chronic, often life-long, infection with intermittent recurrences causing respiratory and sometimes eye disease. It is spread easily through airborne respiratory secretions and direct contact with a carrier cat or contaminated objects. Unvaccinated cats are most susceptible as well as the very young and the very old.

Calicivirus
A common viral infectious respiratory disease, can also cause mouth sores resulting in severe oral pain. Spread by direct contact with an infected cat or by contact with contaminated objects. The virus is very resistant to disinfectants and persists in the environment. Unvaccinated and inadequately vaccinated cats of all ages are at risk.

Panleukopenia
A severe, highly infectious and sometimes fatal disease of the gastrointestinal tract, the immune system and the nervous system. The disease is named for the characteristic severe decrease in white blood cells, the bodies defense against disease. The virus is very persistent in the environment. This virus spreads by direct contact with infected cats or by contact with viral particles in the environment. Unvaccinated and inadequately vaccinated cats of all ages are at risk.