Vaccination & Deworming

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LIFELONG PREVENTION

Why are vaccinations needed for my pet?

The Obvious reasons are:

  • To protect our pets from nasty, life threatening diseases such as Rabies and Parvo virus
  • Create or boost our pets immunity to certain diseases
  • Prevent pets from passing on a disease such as Leptospirosis, which can be passed from animals to people

Sadly, if your pet catches a disease,because of having no vaccines, it is a tormenting ordeal for the whole family, mostly affecting the kids.  Please also note that even if a pet recovers from the disease, he/she will often be left with long-term problems which can put them through a lot of pain and distress and accumulate your vet bills!

On the other-hand if you think you are going on a family vacation and are in the process of booking your pet into a kennel, make sure you do your pets kennel cough well in advance.   Reputed boarding kennels will usually ask you for proof that your pet’s vaccinations are up-to-date including kennel cough. If your kennel doesn’t consider kennel cough vaccine important, just look for another kennel.

Different types of Vaccines for Pets

Cat & Dog Vaccinations

CORE VACCINATION DOG FIRST VACCINATION BOOSTER
DHPPi+l/ 5in 1 8 weeks 3-4 weeks after first vaccination To be repeated annualy
RABIES 12 weeks No booster To be repeated annualy
NON-CORE VACCINATION
KENNEL COUGH 6 weeks To be repeated every 6 months
CORE VACCINATION CAT FIRST VACCINATION BOOSTER
PCH/TRICAT 8 weeks 3-4 weeks after first vaccination To be repeated annualy
RABIES 12 weeks No booster To be repeated annualy
NON-CORE VACCINATION
RINGWORM VACCINATION 12 weeks 3-4 weeks after first vaccination To be repeated annualy