Puppies and Kittens
A new puppy or kitten is a wonderful addition to your family! These young pets are growing fast and have special needs during this time. It is very important that your new pet is fully vaccinated in order to protect his or her growing body from illness.
Puppies and kittens can be very susceptible to illness and much more difficult to treat, mostly due to their small size and undeveloped immune systems. Vaccines are administered in several small doses in order to allow the puppy or kitten's immune system to develop the needed antibodies, protecting them from infection.
It is very important that you follow your veterinarian's guidelines for proper vaccination at this stage of your pet's life.
Adult pets need to be vaccinated routinely in order to maintain their resistance to many infectious diseases. Although they do not need as many trips to the veterinarian as puppies and kittens do, it is still vital that their immune system be kept strong to protect their health. We use customized vaccine plans depending on the age and health of the pet.
Senior pets still need regular vaccinations but they also need to be seen more often by your veterinarian. While routine vaccinations will keep them safe from infectious diseases, they need to be monitored more closely for diseases and conditions associated with aging. Talk to your veterinarian about the best schedule of vaccinations and wellness checks to keep your senior pet happy and healthy.