Wellness and Vaccinations


We recommend your pets receive yearly physicals and stay on a vaccination schedule. In adult dogs, this generally means receiving the Distemper, Parvo and Corona vaccine once a year, the Bordetella vaccine every 6 months and a Rabies vaccine every 3 years. In adult cats we generally recommend the FVRCP vaccine be given once a year. Rabies and Leukemia vaccines should be given once a year if your cat goes outdoors. Speak to Dr. Jang about a vaccine schedule that is right for your pet today.

Puppy Vaccine Schedule

On your puppy's first office visit, he or she will receive an examination from our doctor to ensure that he or she is in good health. In addition to the exam, we strongly recommend that the puppy have a fecal test done to test for any internal parasites or protozoa and receive an oral deworming.

Puppy Vaccine Schedule:

Age                                                     Visit

 

8-9 weeks                         Da2ppc vaccine

                                        Deworming

                                        Fecal test

 

11-12 weeks                     Da2ppc vaccine

                                       Bordetella vaccine

                                       Deworming

  

15-16 weeks                     Da2ppc vaccine

                                       Bordetella vaccine

                                        Rabies vaccine (at 16 weeks)

 Kitten Vaccine Schedule

On your kitten's first visit, he or she will receive an examination from our doctor to ensure his or her health. In addition to the exam, we strongly recommend having a fecal test run to check for internal parasites or protozoa, having your kitten dewormed, and running a FeLV/FIV test to check for feline leukemia and feline immunodeficiency virus.

Kitten Vaccination Schedule:

Age                                                 Visit

 

8-9 weeks                        FVRCP vaccine

                                       Deworming

                                       Fecal test

                                       Felv/Fiv test

 

11-12 weeks                     FVRCP vaccine

                                       Deworming

 15-16 weeks                    FVRCP vaccine

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