Vaccines for Cats and Dogs at Felton Veterinary Hospital

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Our puppy and kitten packages are tailored to fit the particular lifestyle of the individual pet.
We give only necessary vaccinations – to prevent disease – and we are very careful not to over-vaccinate.
After getting their one year-old boosters, many dogs and cats have vaccines that are given only every three years thereafter.

Vaccination Clinic:
Every Wednesday morning, from 9:00 AM until Noon, we offer a vaccine clinic – for healthy pets only.
Our nurses give vaccinations, do trim nails, draw blood for heartworm and other lab tests, express anal glands, etc.

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Cat Vaccine Recommendations:

Kitten:

  • 8 weeks: 1st FVRCP & FELV/FIV Test
  • 12 weeks: 2nd FVRCP and 1st Leukemia vaccine – we recommend this as a core vaccine for all kittens because many kittens become outdoor cats
  • 16 weeks: 3rd FVRCP and 2nd Leukemia vaccine
  • 18 weeks: Rabies, Fecal Exam and appropriate Paraciticide

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Adult Cats:

1 year after final kitten vaccines – (at 1 year and 4 months of age):

  • FVRCP: then every 3 years
  • Rabies(Purevax): annually
  • Leukemia: annually if high exposure to other cats. Every 2 years if there is less exposure. Discontinue if indoor only cat.

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Dog Vaccine Recommendations

Puppy

  •  8 weeks: DHPP
  • 12 weeks: DHLPP and Bordatella (IN)
  • 16 weeks: 2nd DHLPP and Rabies
  • Start Heartworm Preventative at 6-8 weeks of age
  • Flea Prevention: Triflexis/Comfortis, Nexgard, Advantage(tix), Frontline
  • Fecal Exam and appropriate parasiticide

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Adult Dog

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  • DHPP: will be a three year vaccine from this point on
  • Rabies: 3 year vaccine
  • Leptospirosis: annual vaccine
  • Annual Heartworm test (or Accuplex 4–$8.00 or more)
  • Bordatella:(Intranasal considered good for 1 year; subcutaneous vaccine is good for 6 months)
    • Every 6 months (if boarding kennel requires, or if high exposure to other dogs, dog parks, grooming parlour).
    • Annual if less exposure (some exposure).
    • If no exposure–not needed
  • Lyme Disease: annual booster
  • Fecal Exams – recommended at least annually