When can my puppy/kitten/rabbit be vaccinated?

The practice believes in vaccination for dogs, cats and rabbits. We vaccinate puppies from 8 weeks of age, with a second injection at 10 weeks and following this they will be able to start going out at 12 weeks old. Kittens can have their first injection from 9 weeks of age with a second injection at 12 weeks and are ready to start going out one week later. We can vaccinate rabbits from as young as 6 weeks.

How often does my pet need to be vaccinated?
All animals should have annual booster vaccinations and we will send you a reminder card when they are due.

What do the vaccinations protect against?
Dogs – Distemper, Infectious Canine Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza.

Cats – Cat flu viruses, Feline Panleukopaenia, Feline Leukaemia virus

Rabbits – Myxomatosis, Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD)

We have three vaccination packages for puppies, kittens and unvaccinated adult dogs and cats.

Vaccination Only is just that. It comprises the full vaccination course, health check, and a free six-month check.

Silver Pack comprises the full vaccination course and health check, wormer, flea and other parasite treatment to cover your pet up until reaching six months of age, and a free six-month check.

This represents about a 10% saving on buying all of these products individually.

Gold Pack comprises the full vaccination course and health check, wormer, flea and other parasite treatment to cover your pet up until reaching six months and a free six-month check. This package also contains a microchip.

This represents about a 15% saving on buying all of these products individually.

For cats the choice is slightly more complicated as your cat can be vaccinated just against Flu and Enteritis, or Flu, Enteritis and Leukaemia Virus.
It is slightly more expensive to include the Leukaemia Virus option, but it should be considered for a cat that might be going outside or meeting other cats.