Vaccinations protect animals against various diseases that can cause pain and distress and that are often fatal. By vaccinating your pet you have peace of mind, knowing that they are well protected. As well as safeguarding your own pet, it also prevents diseases from being passed onto other animals.
Pets should receive a “primary” vaccination course early in life, followed by “booster” vaccinations. Booster vaccinations are needed because the body`s immune response gradually fades over time and are usually needed every year.
Dog vaccines protect against: canine distemper, canine parvovirus, infectious canine hepatitis, kennel cough, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and rabies.
Cat vaccines protect against: cat flu, feline chlamydia, feline infectious enteritis and feline leukemia virus.
Rabbit vaccines protect against myxomatosis and viral haemorragic disease.