Vaccinations for dogs, cats & rabbits
Keeping up to date with regular dog, cat, and rabbit vaccinations is extremely important; not only for the health of your pet but to help keep infectious and life-threatening diseases at bay.
Vaccinations are also required for travelling abroad, boarding kennels & catteries, and many pet daycare facilities. All our vaccination appointments include a nose-to-tail health check with a vet.
Dogs are routinely vaccinated against Kennel Cough, Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvovirus & Parainfluenza.
Kennel cough can be contracted from anywhere an infected dog has been. It is not life-threatening but is highly contagious and unpleasant for dogs.
Dog vaccinations are included in our VIP Pet Club
Cats are routinely vaccinated against cat flu viruses and feline panleukopenia virus.
Cats who regularly meet with other cats should also be vaccinated against the feline leukaemia virus. This virus can cause many different illnesses including cancer and is a common killer of cats. Vaccination is the only way to prevent serious illness because no treatment is available.
Cat vaccinations are included in our VIP Pet Club
Rabbits should be vaccinated annually against Myxomatosis and both strains of Viral Haemorrhagic Disease – RVHD-1 and RVHD-2.
These rabbit illnesses can be easily spread and have a high mortality rate; the best prevention is vaccination.
Extra vaccinations for travelling pets
Our Travel Vet team can also administer the rabies vaccine if you are taking your pet abroad. Learn more about our Pet Travel services.
We ensure that our team stays up to date with emerging diseases and that our recommended vaccines are the best available. Book your pet’s next vaccination today.