Congratulations On Your New Family Member
Congratulations on the arrival of a new dog or kitten to your home. Our objective is to keep your new family member happy and healthy and to answer any concerns you may have about immunization schedules, local boarding, daycares, groomers, training, and so on.
Puppy and kitten vaccine schedules are crucial for ensuring the health and well-being of our furry friends. These schedules outline the recommended vaccinations and timing to protect them from various diseases. For puppies, the initial series of vaccinations usually begins at six to eight weeks of age, with boosters given every three to four weeks until they reach around 16 weeks. Core vaccines such as distemper, parvovirus, and adenovirus are typically included. Additional vaccines, such as those for Bordetella or Lyme disease, may be recommended based on the individual puppy’s lifestyle and risk factors. Similarly, kittens receive their first set of vaccines at around eight weeks of age, with boosters given every three to four weeks until they are around 16 weeks old. Core vaccines like feline panleukopenia, herpesvirus, and calicivirus are usually included. Vaccinations provide crucial protection and play a vital role in keeping our beloved puppies and kittens healthy throughout their lives. It is always recommended to consult with a veterinarian to ensure the appropriate vaccine schedule is followed for each individual pet.