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Canine Vaccines:

Rabies: This vaccine is required by the state, and must be given by a veterinarian.

DHPP: Acronym for Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus. This vaccine is HIGHLY recommened, as it prevents a slew of awful sicknesses that your dog can get. Parvo is common in puppies that have not been vaccinated against it, and can kill an animal in a few days if they have a bad case of it.

Bordetella: Helps gaurd against kennel cough. This vaccine is required by most places that board or groom. If your pet is coming in for boarding or grooming, we do require it, as well as the DHPP and rabies vaccine.

Lymes: Lymes disease is transferred from tick bites. If you are going to California, or any other place that has ticks, it is best to get this vaccine before you go.

Rattlesnake: This vaccine doesn't stop the venom from a rattlesnake, but it does supply to dog with a reasonable amount of anti-venin to allow for time to get to a hospital. If you know your dog has been bitten by a rattlesnake, and it also has been given it's rattlesnake vaccine, bring your animal to a hospital immediately, it still needs treatment!

Feline Vaccines:

FVRCP: Stands for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calcivirus, Panleukopenia. This vaccine helps combat against different upper-respiratory infections, as well as feline distemper. This vaccines is highly recommended by our clinic.

FELV: This is the feline leukemia vaccine. It is recommended if your pet is either and outdoor kitty, or if it goes both inside and outside.

Rabies: This vaccine is required by the state and must be delivered by a veterinarian.

Ferret Vaccines:

Rabies: This vaccine is required by the state and must be delivered by a veterinarian.

Ferret Distemper: We are unable to get the specific ferret distemper vaccines, as they are off the market. We are using the puppy distemper vaccines in replacement, as they are the only ones recommended by the AVMA. The brand is Nobivac Puppy DPV, specifically. When the ferret specific distemper vaccines are brought back onto the market, we will use it instead. In the meantime, this is the only vaccine that is recommended by the AVMA.

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