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Puppy Injections

Puppy Injections are very important in order to protect your Puppy from some potentially fatal diseases.

You get puppy injections because your pet is likely to come into contact with some form of infectious disease as they explore the world around them and this is why we recommend Puppy Injections also keeping your pet up to date with annual boosters.

Puppy Injections – Puppy Injections Should be first at 8 weeks of age and a second

Puppy Injections given at 10 weeks. The protection then needs to be maintained on a yearly basis with booster Injections for which we will send you a reminder. An unvaccinated puppy is potentially at risk from diseases such as Parvovirus, Distemper, Leptospirosis, Infectious Canine Hepatitis and Coronavirus this is why it is important to get your puppy injections.

Kittens – Should be vaccinated first at 9 weeks of age and a second vaccination given at 12 weeks, as with puppies this should then be maintained with a yearly booster and again a reminder will be sent. An unvaccinated kitten is potentially at risk from diseases such as Cat Flu, Enteritis, Luekaemia and Chlamydia.

Rabbits – Should be vaccinated from as early as 6 weeks of age against Myxomatosis and 10 weeks of age against Viral Haemorrhagic Disease, (VHD). We will then forward a reminder for the vaccinations to be repeated on an annual basis.

Additional Puppy Injections - It is advised that the above vaccinations be administered as a matter of course and maintained, however we also have additional vaccinations available. It is your decision if you wish your pets to have these Puppy Injections.

The first Puppy Injections is against Kennel Cough, we strongly advise having this vaccination done if your dog is to stay in kennels for any reason and most kennels will only accept your pet if you have proof that this vaccination has been given.

The second Puppy Injections is against Rabies and this has to be given if you intend to travel outside of the UK.

Please call if you require additional information regarding any of the Puppy Injections or any Vaccinations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Puppy Injections – It is advised that the above Puppy Injections be administered as a matter of course and maintained, however we also have additional Injections available. It is your decision if you wish your pets to have these additional Puppy Injections.

The first puppy injections vaccinates against Kennel Cough, we strongly advise having this vaccination done if your dog is to stay in kennels for any reason and most kennels will only accept your pet if you have proof that this vaccination has been given.

The second puppy injections is against Rabies and this has to be given if you intend to travel outside of theUK.

Please call if you require additional information regarding any of the puppy injections or any vaccinations .

 

 

 

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