Puppies and kittens are given vaccines typically start at about 8 weeks of age as the protective antibodies from their mother start to decline. These vaccinations are then boostered every 3-4 weeks until 16-20 weeks of age. In additions to vaccines, we test the stool of these furry babies to make sure they don't have any parasites, as well as deworm them when we see them, and start their parasite and heartworm prevention. We also talk about the needs of puppies and kittens: training, nutrition, spaying and neutering, as well as any questions you may have. Pinebrook Animal Hospital offers Puppy and Kitten Wellness Plans that encompass all of these services at a discounted fee until they are done with their boosters.
* distemper combination (DHPP)
* microchip (at time of spay or neuter, or earlier)
We recommend spaying and neutering your dog between 6-12 months of age, depending on breed.
* distemper/upper respiratory (FVRCP)
* feline leukemia
*microchip (at time of spay or neuter, or earlier)
We recommend spaying or neutering your cat around 6 months of age.