VACCINATIONS

We are proud to offer quality, low-cost vaccinations for cats and dogs. Any pet receiving only vaccinations will not be charged for the office visit.

New Puppy and Kitten Packages

Includes 3 rounds of puppy or kitten vaccines (DAPP/FVRCP0, rabies, deworming, one free flea or heartworm prevention, two fecal checks, and spay/neuter surgery. Must be redeemed by 6 months of age to qualify for puppy package prices.


Puppies: $160 (female), $135 (male)

 Kittens: $135 (female), $115 (male)

Canine Vaccinations
 

Rabies 1 year - $10

Required by law for all dogs 12 weeks old and older. Rabies is a fatal disease that is transmissible to any warm-blooded animal, including humans.


Rabies 3 year - $20

Available when owners show proof of a previous rabies vaccination. This vaccine is valid for 3 years instead of the usual 1.


DAPP combo - $10

This vaccine covers canine distemper, adenovirus (hepatitis), parvovirus, and parainfluenza. These diseases are often fatal, and are unfortunately common. It is strongly advised that you keep your puppy indoors until they have had three rounds of this vaccine.

 

Bordetella (kennel cough) - $15
Kennel cough‏ tends to thrive in areas that dogs frequent, such as kennels, dog parks, and grooming salons. Most reputable pet facilities will require this vaccine before allowing your pet to be boarded or groomed.

Leptospirosis - $10
Leptospirosis is a bacteria that tends to thrive in standing water, such as puddles, lakes, ponds, and even flooded basements. It can severely damage your pet's liver, kidneys, and other major organs. This vaccine in particular is recommended for dogs that have a high-activity lifestyle (camping, swimming, going to dog parks, etc).

Lyme Disease - $25
Even dogs that receive year-round tick control products and don't spend a lot of time outside may be at risk for exposure to tick-borne diseases. The Lyme disease vaccine helps prevent disease caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, the Lyme disease organism. This vaccine in particular is recommended for dogs that have a high-activity lifestyle (camping, swimming, going to dog parks, etc).

Bivalent Canine Influenza Vaccine -$35
Dog flu, or canine influenza virus, is an infectious respiratory disease caused by an influenza A virus, similar to the viral strains that cause influenza in people. There are two known strains of dog flu found in the United States: H3N8. H3N2. Our vaccine protects dogs against both strains.


Feline Vaccinations
 

Rabies 1 year - $10

Required by law for all cats 12 weeks old and older. Rabies is a fatal disease that is transmissible to any warm-blooded animal, including humans.

Rabies 3 year - $20

Available when owners show proof of a previous rabies vaccination. This vaccine is valid for 3 years instead of the usual 1.

FVRCP Vaccination - $10

This vaccine protects your cat against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia. All three of these viruses are airborne and can still affect cats who live strictly indoors.

Feline Leukemia Vaccination - $15

Cats who go outdoors or who live with other cats who have the FeLV virus. FeLV, or feline leukemia, is a type of feline cancer that is transmissible from cat to cat. Cats with FeLV typically have a lower life expectancy and require more frequent veterinary monitoring of their condition.