A basic vaccination series should be a part of your puppy's or kitten's schedule during the first four months. A combination vaccine is given once a month from 8 weeks of age through 16 weeks and then once annually. It protects your puppy from common infections and illnesses, including distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and parainfluenza virus. If you acquired a dog that is older than four months and that has not been vaccinated, the doctor may use a different protocol.
Your pet will also need a rabies vaccine, which is required by law. Please check with your veterinarian's office to schedule your dog or cat to come in for their rabies vaccination.
**Starting July 15, 2017, there will be a $10 examination fee with all vaccine appointments.**
- Duramune DA2PP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus): $12.00
- Bronchi-Shield Oral (Bordetella): $12.00
- Rabies Thimerosal Free 1 year and 3 year: $13.00
- FVRCP: $12.00
- PUREVAX Leukemia: $25.00
- PUREVAX Rabies: $22.50
"PUREVAX®, the Merial line of feline vaccines, is developed with state-of-the-art technology just for cats and kittens. PUREVAX vaccines deliver everything needed to induce immunity without any of the unnecessary proteins or adjuvants. Adjuvants are additives that increase the immune response and may present potential risks to feline patients, such as injection site reactions (such as sarcomas) and chronic inflammation.5,6 PUREVAX is the only complete line of nonadjuvanted feline vaccines available."
**for more information please visit: http://cats.merial.us/CatProducts/purevax/Pages/default.aspx