Preventative care through vaccination has saved millions of lives and prevented the spread of disease. Each pet is unique and so are their families. We develop vaccine protocols based on your pet’s needs, lifestyle, and exposure. Thinking of adding a new member to the family? Come in and speak with Dr. Mollica and Dr. Lyons about which pet is the right fit for your time, space, and lifestyle. The more information you receive, the better the transition of that pet in your home.
Vaccinations for puppies and kittens are vital to getting off to the right start. Please make an appointment so that we can explain the process in detail and meet your new addition to the family.
Rescue Pet “Welcome Home” Check-Up
“Who rescued who?” Is your new addition to the family a recent rescue pet? Take precautions to make sure you know everything about the health of your pet and ensure they are up to date on vaccines, have been properly dewormed and other important health needs. Contact us to learn more about your pet’s “Welcome Home” check-up.
Why Vaccinate Your Puppy or Dog?
Vaccinations for puppies ensure your new furry friend will be protected against multiple common diseases, and regular vaccinations for adult dogs help to maintain immunity throughout their entire lives. Since every dog has a different lifestyle and exposure risk, we can tailor a vaccine protocol specific to your pet.
Core vaccines for dogs protect against diseases that are easily transferred and can be fatal. These include Rabies, Canine Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus and Parainfluenza virus. Other vaccinations we offer include Bordetella, Leptospirosis, Lyme, and Canine Influenza virus. Vaccines are recommended based on exposure and risk factors specific to you and your pet’s lifestyle.
Contact us today to set an appointment to discuss vaccination options and protect your pet with a custom immunization schedule.
Why Vaccinate Your Kitten or Cat?
Vaccines for kittens and adult cats are very important for their long-term and overall health. We recommend all cats be vaccinated against Rabies as well as Feline Upper Respiratory Complex and Panleukopenia. Cats that go outside should be protected against Feline Leukemia. Contact us to schedule an appointment or make an inquiry.