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If you are an existing client who has had an examination in the past year you can come in Monday-Saturday for our vaccination clinic! We do not charge a technician fee for administering the vaccines.
If you are not a current client you can call to redeem your first time free office visit! Offer is valid for 1 pet per household.
Vaccinations & Prices:
Canine Core Vaccinations:
DA2PP - $16.00
Bordetella - $18.00
Rabies - $16.00
Feline Core Vaccinations:
FVRCP - $16.00
Rabies - $16.00
Non-Core Vaccinations that we carry!
Canine Non-Core Vaccinations:
Lyme - $25.00
Leptospirosis - $25.00
Feline Non-Core Vaccinations:
FeLV (Feline Leukemina Virus Vaccination) - $16.00
Common Vaccination Questions:
What is rabies and who can get it?
Rabies is a neutrophic virus (can either access or control the nervous system) that can be transmitted to both humans and animals. Rabies can be transffered through the saliva or animals and less commonly through contact of human saliva.
What is DA2PP? What is the difference between DA2PP & DHPP?
DA2PP stands for Distemper, Adenal Virus 1 & 2, Parvo & Parainfluenza. The main components being Distemper and Parvo. Canine parvovirus infection is a contagious viral illness that affects dogs. Canine distemper is a contagious viral illness with no known cure to dogs. There are different forms of the vaccination that may include hepatitis or leptopspirosis, the main components always being distemper, parvovirus and parainfluenza.
What is canine bordetella vaccine?
Canine bordetella is a bacterium virus that affects the respiratory system in dogs. This vaccination is highly recommended for dogs being associated with other dogs on walks, at the dog park and a requirement for boarding.
What is the feline FVRCP vaccination and what does it stand for?
FVRCP stands for feline rhinotracheitis virus, calcivirus and panoleukopenia. Feline Rhinotracheitis virus is a viral infectious respiratory disease. Calcivirus is a common viral infectious disease that can cause sores in the mouth. Panleukopenia is a highly infections and sometimes fatal disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract, nervous and immune system.
If your pet is sick or undergoing medical treatment the pet may not be able to be vaccinated at this time. Instead we will recommend to come back once the pet is healthy for their vaccinations. If you have vaccinations done elsewhere please bring them in so that we can update the records and get an update on which vaccines are currently due. Our trained staff will be glad to sort through the records you bring in or call your last hospital/vaccine clinic for the records.