Rabies is one of the most devastating viral diseases affecting mammals, including dogs and humans. It is a fatal disease caused by infection with the rabies virus.
Puppies and kittens receive their initial rabies vaccine at the age of 12-16 weeks. This vaccine is good for 12 months. Subsequent vaccines, after the initial one-year, are valid for 3 years.
2. Parvovirus Vaccine
Parvovirus is the world's most common canine infectious disease. “This is a viral infection that is well-known for its contagiousness and severe damage to the intestines, particularly among puppies.
Vaccinated dogs can still get parvo, though it's highly unlikely. You should still get your dog vaccinated for it since parvovirus is a serious, scary and life-threatening disease, and the vaccine is normally incredibly effective.
We offer a solitary Parvovirus Vaccine-DA2P-Parvo., as well as a
3. Canine Coronavirus
Canine coronavirus disease, known as CCoV, is a highly infectious intestinal infection in dogs, especially puppies.
Bordetella bronchiseptica is a bacterium that is associated with respiratory disease in dogs. It is one of the components of the canine infectious respiratory complex, sometimes referred to as kennel cough, upper respiratory infection, or infectious tracheobronchitis.
5. Influenza - H3N8 / H3N2 - Dog Flu
Canine influenza (also known as dog flu) is a contagious respiratory disease in dogs caused by specific Type A influenza viruses known to infect dogs. These are called “canine influenza viruses.” No human infections with canine influenza have ever been reported. There are two different influenza A dog flu viruses: one is an H3N8 virus and the other is an H3N2 virus.
6. Leptospirosis ( Lepto 4 )
Leptospirosis is a disease that can affect human and animals, including your pets. All animals can potentially become infected with Leptospirosis. While for many years occurrence among pets was rare, the disease has been diagnosed more frequently in the past few years.
7. Rattlesnake Vaccine
When a dog is bitten by a rattlesnake, the snake will eject venom with the bite. The consequence of this can be serious, with about 40 percent of rattlesnake bites in pets resulting in a severe reaction, and about 5 percent being fatal.
A Rattlesnake bite causes severe swelling at the site of the bite (most often the face or paws in pets), bleeding, a dangerous drop in blood pressure, shock, and eventual paralysis of breathing. Time is essential and this is a true Pet Emergency.
A Rattlesnake Vaccine can help to decrease the severity of the effects of a bite and buy you a little more time to seek veterinary attention.
The rattlesnake vaccine:
8. Lyme Disease
9. Tapeworm Injections
The most common type of parasites and worms that affect pet dogs and cats are hookworms, whipworms, roundworms, and tapeworms. The effects of worms are particularly pervasive, as they can lay dormant in your pet's system for quite some time before physical symptoms manifest.
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We accept cash, the cash app, Venmo & Zelle but not credit/debit cards, and not checks. Paperwork from previous vaccines is helpful but not required. We help you determine which vaccines your pet needs and also create a schedule for the future shots that will be needed. We send out email reminders to help our clients stay current with their pet's vaccines. For questions, Please email US, using our contact form, and not the individual venues. Hablamos Español