Vaccines protect against common diseases that your dog may become exposed to. Work with your veterinarian to determine the best vaccine schedule for your dog.
Vaccines protect against common diseases that your dog may become exposed to.
The rabies vaccine is required by law and protects against fatal illness. Rabies can be transmitted to other pets and people through the bite of an infected animal.
This combination vaccine protects against viruses that cause life-threatening neurologic, respiratory, and gastrointestinal issues.
This vaccine protects against bacteria that can cause deadly kidney or liver disease. Leptospirosis is also transmissible to people.
This vaccine prevents Lyme disease, which is easily transmitted through the bite of an infected tick.
These might be recommended if your dog visits boarding facilities, groomers, training classes, dog parks, and other social settings.
This vaccine protects against “Kennel Cough”, a highly contagious respiratory virus that is spread through airborne droplets, direct contact, and on surfaces.
The influenza vaccine protects against a contagious respiratory infection.
Vaccines are the key to a long and healthy life. Your veterinarian will suggest the best vaccines for your dog based on age, medical history, and lifestyle.