Vaccinations

Vaccinations are the most important way to safeguard the long-term health and wellness of pets within our community. When the majority of puppies, dogs, kittens, cats and other small animals including rabbits are vaccinated, this reduces the risk factors for all others in the area, even those that are not vaccinated. Vaccinating our pets is therefore very important, not just for the ongoing health and wellbeing of each individual animal, but for the overall health and condition of our pet population.

The diseases we vaccinate against are often difficult to treat and in some cases treatment can be unsuccessful. 

When to vaccinate your pet

Dogs and cats can be vaccinated at any age, although vaccinations are especially important for puppies and kittens as they are much more prone to developing minor and major illness during the first few weeks and even months of life.  That's why we recommend a course of vaccines prior to your dog and cat socialising within the community.  For more information on when to vaccinate your pet please contact our pet healthcare team or make a booking online.

For more information on vaccinating your dog and cat, including the diseases we protect against follow the links below. 

Vaccinating your dog

Vaccinating your cat