CORE VACCINE: Core Vaccines are considered the recommend vaccinations for every dog and puppy regardless of lifestyle. (NOTE: Many boarding & grooming facilities now require the Canine Flu H3N2/H3N8 bivalent vaccination.)
Distemper, Hepatitis, Parafluenza, Parvo (combination vaccination).
For puppies DHPP is given 8 weeks, 12 weeks & 16 weeks. Upon completion of this series, DHPP is good for 1 year.
For Adult dogs this vaccine is typically given every 3 years AFTER successful puppy series.
Rabies is a vaccination required by law in all 50 states. It can only be obtained/administered by a licensed Veterinarian. The first rabies vaccination is effective for a period of one year, regardless of the age of the animal at the time of the vaccination. When properly boostered in one year, rabies becomes a 3 year vaccination. (NOTE: Proof of the previous rabies vaccination is required. Otherwise, a subsequent rabies booster will be valid for only one year, as required by law.)
Recommended for dogs that will be going to dog parks, groomers, boarding facilities, beaches & socialized with other dogs, even in a neighborhood where other dogs have been or may be present. The oral Bordetella may be administered as early as 12 weeks. The first dose of oral Bordetella is valid for 1 year. Bordetella is always an annual vaccination.
Based upon age & lifestyle & overall health of the pet
Prevention of an infectious bacterial disease that occurs in rodents, dogs, and other mammals and can be transmitted to humans. Required vaccination by most boarding facilities. Lepto is administered to puppies at 16 & 18 weeks, 16 months, then annually thereafter.
For medium to large breed dogs that are more likely to suffer a rattlesnake bite. This vaccine works to hold the venom at the site of the bite (depending upon the location of the bite). The purpose of this vaccine is to reduce tissue damage and allow more time to get the pet to a veterinary hospital for treatment.
The Canine Flu is now present in all 48 contiguous states. It is NOT seasonal. A recent outbreak in Northern CA has spread, so far, to the Greater L. A. area. Dogs are contagious before they become symptomatic. Confirmed cases of the canine flu requires a quarantine of 21-28 days at a cost ranging from $7,000 - $12,000 with no guarantee of survival or recovery. Any dog that goes to boarding facilities, groomers, beaches, dog parks, traveling, etc., should be vaccinated for the Canine Flu.
Recommended for dogs exposed to ticks, such as hiking, travel to the East Coast where the Deer Tick is endemic.
CORE VACCINE: Core Vaccines are considered the recommend vaccinations for every cat and kitten regardless of lifestyle.
Fights 3 feline viruses: rhinotracheitis (herpes virus) can cause death from dehydration & starvation, calicivirus (respiratory infection) & panleukopenia (feline distemper), potentially causing death within 12 hours of onset. This vaccination is for both indoor and outdoor cats/kittens. FVRCP is given at 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age.
To prevent contracting rabies due to the bite of a rabid animal. There is no cure for rabies - 100% fatal. Rabies is a vaccination required by law in all 50 of the United States. Given at 16 weeks but can be given as young as 12 weeks. Follows the same 1 year then 3 year protocol like dogs.
Must have vaccines for cats that are going outdoors. VACCINES ARE ALL THE ABOVE PLUS FELV.
A vaccine for indoor-outdoor cats/kittens. FeLV is second only to trauma as the leading cause of death in cats. The virus commonly causes anemia or lymphoma, but because it suppresses the immune system, it can also predispose cats to deadly infections.
NOTE: Even kittens that are not planned to be outdoor cats are recommended to have this vaccine in their kitten series. This is even if it is not planned to be boostered as an adult.
Cestex tablets $12 per tablet
Pyrantel Pamoate Oral Suspension $10 per dose
Fenbendazole Oral Suspension $15 per dose
Praziquantel injectable (by weight) $15 -$35 per dose
30 mg. Praziquantel/30 mg Pyrantel $12 per tablet
114 mg. Praziquantel/114 mg. Pyrantel $15 per tablet
Starting your puppy out right is PARAMOUNT in the prevention of disease and illness. When a puppy is born they receive a "temporary immune system" from their mom called colostrum. Therefore in order to ensure that your puppies body absorbs the vaccines given properly we vaccinate on the following schedule. Vaccines are given every 3-4 weeks, starting at 8 weeks, until finished at 16 weeks of age. Any dog or puppy starting vaccines 12 weeks of age or older will only need 2 sets (vs 3 sets) However, until the sets are completed extra care must be taken to keep the pet from contracting disease or illness.
START AT 8 WEEKS- DHPP
Puppies that receive vaccines earlier than 8 weeks do not retain the benefit of the vaccine due to the colostrum weaning from their system.
12 WEEKS- DHPP + Bordetella
Bordetella is only given once and is now good for 1 year.
LAST VISIT AT 16 WEEKS-DHPP + Rabies
Rabies is only given once and is good for a year.
DHPP is now good for 1 year.
Additional Vaccines given based on lifestyle and breed. After the initial and booster all ancillary vaccines are good for 1 year:
Lepto 12wk & 16 wk
Canine Flu (CIV) 17wk & 21wk
Lyme 17wk & 21wk
Rattlesnake 17wk & 21 wk
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Includes the 8 week, 12 week & 16 week DHPP, oral Bordetella, 1st year Rabies, 2 De-wormers. This completes the first year vaccination program for a puppy that will not be exposed to areas where wild animals may have been present (patios, yards, hiking, lakes, beaches, etc.) However, there are new viruses and/or diseases that now pose a threat in CA. Discuss the best interest for your pet's breed & lifestyle with our DVM (no additional fee). FECAL TESTING IS RECOMMENDED (TOTAL $124),
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Includes the 8 week, 12 week & 16 week DHPP, oral Bordetella, 1st year Rabies, 2 De-wormers, 2 Lepto vaccinations (16 & 18 week), 2 Canine Flu H3N2/H3N8 (initial & booster) vaccinations. The DVM will determine the appropriate spacing of vaccinations to prevent over-vaccination. This package will meet the requirements of boarding facilities, groomers & airlines. Fecal test discounted add on + $25.
Inclusive of all vaccinations & de-wormers of the Active Puppy Package + a microchip which has no registration fee. Avid microchips are scannable on domestic as well as international scanners. Fecal test discounted add on + $25.
A fecal test is an all inclusive lab test that tests a pets stool for any intestinal parasites. The test is done by a simple kit that is taken home, a stool sample is collected and mailed off in a self address and prepaid mailer directly to the lab. Results are available in as little as hours. Some owner choose to do this yearly vs a annual dewormer.
Heartworm testing is testing for the presence of heartworms by using blood. 3 drops of blood are taken from the pet, mixed witha solution and placed in a device on site. Results are availible in 10 minutes. This test is requyired annually for pets on heartworm preventation medication.
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Giardia is a water dwelling parasite that causes GI upset including diarrhea. This test is a rectal swab that is mixed with a solution and place in a device. Results are available in 10 minutes.
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