Vaccinating your new pets!
Puppies are vaccinated against distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and leptospirosis. Most puppies start their vaccinations at 8 weeks old, having three injections two weeks apart. They are allowed to start socialising one week after their second injection. We also recommend giving puppies a Kennel cough vaccination, this vaccine is given up their nose at their booster injection.
Kittens are vaccinated against feline leukaemia virus, feline herpes virus, calici virus and infectious enteritis. This is a full vaccination given 3 weeks apart at 9 and 12 weeks old. We recommend your kittens shouldn't be let outside until neutered at approximately 6 months old especially for females to avoid unwanted pregnancies.
After they have vaccinations as puppies or kittens your pets would need to have booster vaccinations a year from their previous injection, this keeps them up to date with any new strains of the disease and protected against them.
For more information please contact us.