Modern science has led to many serious and potentially fatal diseases becoming manageable in our pet population. However, this is because of vaccinations stopping the spread and giving our pets protection.
Modern vaccines protect our pets against serious and potentially fatal infectious conditions.
Prevention is better than cure, which is why we encourage all of our clients to ensure that their pet is fully vaccinated.
If we do not ensure that our pets are vaccinated, they are no longer protected from these diseases. If they come into contact with them, the consequences can be dier. And they can then spread disease to other unvaccinated animals as well.
That is why our team strongly recommends regular vaccinations for your pet
We give puppies and unvaccinated dogs two vaccinations, two to four weeks apart. We usually vaccinate puppies at eight weeks old.
Our vets can advise on the best times for your dog to get their vaccinations.
To see the cost of a dog primary vaccination course and the cost of dog booster vaccination visit our page of vet prices
Once they are fully vaccinated they will require an annual booster.
If they miss this booster, they may need to restart their vaccination course to receive full protection.
We give kittens and unvaccinated cats a primary course consisting of 2 doses of vaccine, two to four weeks apart, followed by yearly boosters. We suggest that your kitten is vaccinated at eight or nine weeks old.
To view the cost of cat booster vaccinations and the cost of a cat vaccination course, visit our page of vet prices
We suggest that rabbits are vaccinated at five weeks of age, to protect against myxomatosis and viral haemorrhagic disease, both of which can be fatal. For information on the cost of rabbit vaccinations, visit our page of vet prices
On completion of your pet’s primary course you will be given a record card providing a record of vaccination and advising you when the next booster is due. Catteries & Kennels will almost certainly require this before accepting your pet. Remember to bring this record card to the practice each time your pet has vaccinations so that it can be updated.
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27 Burford Lane, Lymm
Cheshire WA13 0SH
T: 01925 949 949