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Dog Vaccinations

 

We offer Nobivac vaccinations for your pets. These vaccinations provide protection against a variety of diseases, including parvovirus, canine distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza and Bordatella Bronciseptica. 

 

Puppies

Nobivac vaccines that feature an 'early finish' claim. This means the vaccine course can be completed at an earlier age, offering earlier protection for puppies. The 'early finish' schedule allows for earlier socialisation and integration into puppy classes.

Recommended Puppy Course

C3 vaccination (Core vaccination)

Protects against Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus, 
  •  First dose as early as 6 weeks.
  •  Final dose at 10 weeks or older for early finish.
  •  Booster recommended in 12 months time

C5 vaccination (Recommended)

Includes C3 vaccination plus additional Kennel Cough Vaccination
Protects against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Bordetella bronchiseptica and Parainfluenza.
C3 
  • First dose from 6 weeks of age
  • Final dose 4 weeks later from 10 weeks of age for early finish.
 
Nobivac KC is added to the course and a single dose is required. This can be done at the 6 week dose or at the time of the 10wk+ dose. 
 
  - Booster recommended in 12 months time

First Adult Booster

First adult booster is given 12 months later where we will switch to the Triennial (three yearly) C3. Kennel cough cover will continue to be given annually (if you chose to do so). 

What is included in the puppy vaccination appointment?

Our Puppy Vaccination Visit is the first crucial step to a healthy, happy life together! Here's what we offer:

  1. Comprehensive Health Check-Up: Our expert vets ans nurses start with a thorough physical examination to ensure your puppy is as bouncy and healthy as they should be.

  2. Tailored Vaccination Plan: We provide essential vaccinations like Distemper, Parvovirus, and Hepatitis. Plus, we discuss and other vaccines like Kennel Cough, tailored to your puppy’s lifestyle.

  3. Parasite Prevention: Say goodbye to  parasites! We'll safeguard your pup against fleas, ticks, and worms. Our clinic offers a full range of products to protect your pup against fleas, ticks, and worms. We’re excited to discuss the best options with you, ensuring your puppy remains itch-free and overjoyed.

  4. Nutrition and Care Guidance: Not sure what to feed ? We’ve got you covered with nutritional advice and care tips to help your puppy grow strong and healthy.

  5. Peace of Mind: With each wag of their tail, you'll have peace of mind knowing you're providing the best start for your new best friend.

Special Bonus: Book your puppy's first visit now and receive a complimentary puppy kit.

 Embark on this wonderful journey with confidence. Let us help you nurture a lifetime of health and happiness for your furry family member! Contact us today and give your puppy the gift of health!

Adult Dog Schedule

Adult Dogs:
C3 Triennial (three yearly) boosters 

KC - Kennel cough boosters annual

Adult course:

C3: A single vaccine will cover for three years.

KC: If never vaccinated for kennel cough before we can administer a
nasal vaccine to provide coverage within 72 hours. When then switch to an annual injectable booster.

What is included in the adult vaccination appointment?

  1. Health Evaluation: A thorough physical examination to assess your dog's overall health and detect any signs of illness or discomfort. This can include checking vital signs, skin and coat health, joint mobility, and more.

  2. Vaccination Updates: Depending on your dog's age and vaccination history, they may receive booster shots for core vaccines like Distemper, Parvovirus, Hepatitis, and Parainfluenza, as well as non-core vaccines like Bordetella (Kennel Cough), based on their lifestyle and risk factors.

  3. Parasite Control: Discussion and administration of treatments for external parasites (like fleas and ticks) and internal parasites (like heartworms and intestinal worms).

  4. Dental Check: A basic dental examination to look for signs of dental disease, which is common in adult dogs.

  5. Nutritional Counseling: Advice on maintaining a healthy diet for your adult dog, including weight management and specific nutritional needs based on their health status.

  6. Behavioral discussion: Discussions about any behavioral issues or changes, offering advice or referrals to behavioral specialists if needed.

  7. Health and Wellness Plan: Developing or updating a personalised health and wellness plan for your dog, including recommendations for preventive care, diet, exercise, and any necessary follow-up appointments.

  8. Q&A Session: An opportunity for you to ask questions or express concerns about your dog's health, behavior, or care.

  9. Record Update: Updating your dog's medical records with any new vaccinations or health findings.

Remember, the specific services offered can vary based on your dog's individual needs.

Importance of Vaccinations

Vaccinations play a pivotal role in safeguarding puppies against severe and potentially fatal diseases. By ensuring that puppies are vaccinated, not only are individual pets protected, but there is also a broader community benefit. This comes in the form of reduced disease spread, contributing to the overall health of the canine population. Moreover, vaccinations are fundamental in providing puppies with a healthy start, which is essential for their long-term well-being. This early protection helps ensure a safer, more resilient, and healthier life for these young dogs.

Remember, vaccination requirements can vary based on regional disease prevalence and individual puppy health needs. It's important to consult with us for the most appropriate vaccination schedule.

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