Low Cost Vaccine Clinics every Wednesday from noon to 3 pm
Well exam -A well exam is a general exam with the doctor on a healthy animal. Many times these are necessary to refill a prescription like heartworm preventative to ensure proper doctor/client/patient relationship has been established.
DHLPP –6in1 (1 year) - Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parvo Virus, and Parainfluenza.
Leptospirosis - (1 year) -We will vaccinate with this vaccine if your pet has been exposed to wildlife urine.
Rabies vaccine - (1 or 3 years) -Because of age, the first Rabies vaccine is good for 1 year; after that good for 3 years. This vaccination is required by all counties in California.
Bordetella– (6 months) -This vaccine for kennel cough should be given for animals that are boarding, go to the groomer, dog parks, etc.
Rattlesnake Vaccine (6 months) -This is a two or three shot series to get them started [it depends on the weight of the animal] and is given at the beginning of rattlesnake season. This vaccine lessens the reaction of the dogs’ body to the snake’s venom. While treatment must still be sought, the chance of survival is greatly increased.
FVRCP – 3in1- (1 year) -Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia. This vaccine is also known as the “feline distemper” vaccine.
Feline Leukemia-(1 year) -This vaccine is given to cats’ that have frequent exposure to other cats and there is the potential for the exchange of body fluids. For example, mutual grooming, food bowls, fighting, etc.
Feline Rabies Vaccine – (3 year) -This vaccine has been around the longest. However, there is a chance for a vaccine associated carcinoma(a type of cancer) at the injection site, believed to be caused by the preservatives (adjuvant) in the vaccine. We highly recommend the Pure Vax Rabies for all cats.
Feline Pure Vax Rabies –(1 year) -This is the safest Rabies vaccine due to the lack of adjuvant (preservative). This Rabies vaccine without the adjuvant that the 3 year vaccine has puts your animal at less risk of the development of vaccine associated carcinoma.
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