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Vaccines help preapre the pet's immune system to fight the invation of disease causing organisms. Vaccines contain antigens, which imitate the diseases, but don't actually cause the problem. When your pet is vaccinated, it prepares their immune system to recognize the disease and help them fight off and reduce the severity of the disease.

Vaccination frequency depends on the age of your pet. Puppies and kittens require a series of vaccines for roughly 2-4 months. Vaccines for senior pets, while still sometimes recommended, should be discussed with your doctor.

What are these vaccines and are they required?

Vaccines are dependent on whether you are vaccinating a cat or a dog.

  • Cats - The FVRCP vaccine includes: Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Feline Calici, and Feline Panleukopenia (distemper). This vaccine targets enviromental diseases and upper respiratory infections. Leukemia vaccines and Rabies vaccines are available as well. Depending on age, the FVRCP vaccine may have to be repeated, and leukemia is always repeated after the first vaccine. All vaccines (following the boosting series) are annual unless a 3 year Rabies vaccine is given (must have proof of a prior Rabies vaccine). Rabies is required by law and must be kept up to date.
  • Dogs - The Da2PPVL vaccine includes: Distemper, Adenovirus type 2, Parinfluenza, Parvovirus and Lepto. There is a vaccine available excluding Lepto if your pet has an allegry to that vaccine. Lyme vaccines, Bordetella vaccines, and Rabies vaccines are also available. Depending on age, the Da2PPVL vaccines may have to repeated, and lyme is always repeated after the first vaccine. Bordetella is occasionally required every 6 months by individual grroming or boarding facilities. ALl other vaccines are annual (following the boosting series) unless a 3 year Rabies was given (Must have proof of prior Rabies vaccine). Rabies is required by law and must be kept up to date.