Dog, cat and rabbit vaccinations
Vaccinations are an important part of routine preventative healthcare for your dog, cat, or rabbit. We will be happy to discuss the appropriate vaccine schedule for your pet.
All vaccination appointments come with a full nose-to-tail health check with one of our Vets. Annual booster vaccinations are important to give your pet optimal protection against the below species-specific diseases.
Whether you need to start or complete an initial vaccine course for your puppy or kitten, or your adult pet is due a booster, we will take excellent care of them at Southill Vets.
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Dog vaccinations can help to protect your dog from contagious and harmful diseases such as:
- Canine Parvovirus
- Canine Distemper Virus
- Infectious Canine Hepatitis
- Kennel Cough*
*Kennel cough is a highly contagious disease that can be picked up anywhere, not just kennels! In rare cases it can make dogs very unwell, especially puppies and older or weak dogs. Typically, it causes an unpleasant dry hacking cough that lasts about a month.
Learn about puppy vaccinations.
Cat vaccinations can help to protect your cat from common and serious infectious diseases such as:
- Cat Flu Viruses (Feline Herpes & Feline Calici Virus)
- Infectious Enteritis
- Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV)
Learn about kitten vaccinations.
Rabbit vaccinations help to protect them against common and potentially life-threatening diseases such as:
- Both strains of Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (RVHD-1 and RVHD-2)
Rabbits can contract these diseases from other rabbits and parasites such as fleas. RVHD can also be spread via environmental contamination, such as on bedding, bowls, clothing, and shoes.
If you have any questions regarding vaccinations for your pet, then please contact us and we will be more than happy to discuss this with you.