Wellness Vaccination Information files

wellnessPreventative care entails more than just vaccinating your pet. The best preventative health care includes regular veterinary exams every 6 months, since pets age must faster than humans do. Other preventative steps include laboratory tests, fecal testing and vaccinations.

Vaccination guidelines include core vaccinations, which every pet should receive, and non-core vaccinations, which should be considered based on a pet’s lifestyle, travel or activities. Speak to one of our veterinarians about your pet’s individualized vaccine needs.

Canine Core vaccinations

  • Canine distemper: $11
  • Parvovirus: $11
  • Bordatella (kennel cough): $10 nasal/$20 injectable
  • Rabies: $10

Additional Non-core canine vaccinations

  • Canine influenza (H3N9): $25
  • Lyme vaccination (Borrelia): $30
  • Rattlesnake vaccination: $31

Additional Canine Services

  • Annual heartworm test and monthly heartworm preventative
  • Annual fecal test
  • Microchipping
  • DNA breed testing

Feline Core vaccinations

  • Feline distemper: $11
  • Rabies: $10-18

Additional Non-core vaccinations

  • Feline leukemia: $10
  • Additional Feline Services
  • Feline leukemia and FIV test
  • Annual fecal test
  • Microchipping

 

 

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