Protect your pet from nasty diseases with a regular course of vaccinations
You want to give your pet the best start in life and make sure they’re guarded from anything that might harm them. For that reason, it’s essential to make sure they are always up-to-date with the vaccinations that will protect them from a range of potentially fatal conditions.
Your pet’s first course of vaccinations should normally be given between 7 and 10 weeks of age, with a second set around 2-4 weeks later, depending on the species of animal. They will then need booster vaccinations every year, to keep their immunity levels high and ensure they are protected against disease.
Dogs are vaccinated against:
- Canine hepatitis
If your dog will be spending time in kennels or socialising with other dogs on a regular basis, it is also recommended that they are vaccinated against kennel cough.
Cats are vaccinated against:
- Feline leukaemia
- Feline influenza
- Feline enteritis
Rabbits are vaccinated against:
- Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD)
Ferrets are vaccinated against:
Vaccinations are administered via a quick and virtually pain-free process but provide vital protection for your pet against the diseases to which they are most susceptible.
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