Vaccinations

Small brown dog sitting on a table and hold by a women whilst getting a vaccination from the doctor next to him.Has your dog or cat had a vaccination recently? Regular vaccinations play a vital role in keeping your pet healthy and protecting them from diseases.

As one of Perth’s expert vaccination clinics, we offer a range of puppy, kitten, cat, and dog vaccination services. Because pet vaccinations are so vital, we offer them in cost-saving and easy-to-manage packages. Ask us about vaccination packages for:

The packages are designed to cover and protect your pets throughout their lives.

What Do You Need to Vaccinate Your Pet Against?

Common diseases dogs need to be vaccinated against include:

  • Parvovirus –a highly infectious and potentially lethal viral gastroenteritis causing vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Distemper –a highly contagious disease producing symptoms such as conjunctivitis, convulsive seizures and spinal cord damage
  • Canine Infectious Hepatitis - an acute liver infection that causes fever, depression, loss of appetite, coughing, jaundice, vomiting and death.
  • Canine Cough–a disease caused by bacteria and a virus. Affected dogs will have a hacking and distressing cough.

Common diseases cats need to be vaccinated against include:

  • Feline Leukaemia Virus –a virus that attacks the immune system and makes cats more susceptible to infection and illness.
  • Feline Enteritis – Is a virus that has a rapid onset and causes profuse and usually bloody diarrhoea, severe dehydration, malnutrition, anemia, and often death.
  • Feline Respiratory Disease (Cat Flu) –causes sneezing, coughing, eye and nose discharge, loss of appetite and ulcers on the tongue. This can lead to severe dehydration and weakness which can be fatal.

How Often Should Your Pet Be Vaccinated?

Depending on the age and type of pet, vaccination times will vary. Our friendly team are always on hand to discuss your pet’s vaccination needs. As a guide:

Vaccinating Kittens and Puppies

Kittens and puppies should have their first vaccination at 6-8 weeks old, second vaccination at 10-12 weeks and a third at 16 weeks.

Vaccinating Adult Cats and Dogs

Adult pets require different vaccinations and boosters to ensure long-term immunity against contagious diseases. It’s important to contact your vet to determine the most suitable long-term vaccination program. Your pet’s lifestyle and environment will be taken into consideration when deciding on their ongoing disease prevention program.

Book your pet in for a vaccination at Floreat Veterinary Clinic today.