Offering Lifelong Protection with Pet Vaccinations

A variety of animal diseases can be found here in Highland and all surrounding areas. However, you can help minimize your pet's risk of infection by having them vaccinated on a regular schedule. Find a general vaccination schedule for cats and dogs below. Once you visit with your pet, our veterinary team will devise a customized pet vaccinations schedule for your pet to provide the most effective protection. Your veterinarian is happy to offer recommendations that best accommodate your pet's health.

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Canine Vaccine Schedule

Our standard vaccine schedule for puppies. Be sure to talk to your veterinarian about the vaccines your dog may need as they get older.

  • 1st Distemper-Hepatitis-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus (booster in 3 weeks)
  • Coronavirus (booster in 3 weeks)
  • 1st Bordetella (kennel cough, booster in 3 weeks)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, booster in 3 weeks)
  • 2nd DHPP (booster in 3 weeks)
  • Coronavirus (last one)
  • Bordetella (booster yearly)
  • Strongid-T (last one)
  • 3rd DHPP (booster in 1 year)
  • Rabies (booster in 1 year)
  • Distemper (booster in 3 years)
  • Parvo (booster in 3 years)
  • Add Lyme vaccine annually
  • Add Lepto vaccine annually
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Feline Vaccine Schedule

Our standard vaccine schedule for kittens. Be sure to ask your veterinarian about what your cat will need as they get older. This is especially important if you plan to allow your cat outdoors.

  • 1st Feline Distemper-Upper Respiratory vaccination (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • 1st Feline Leukemia vaccination (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • 2nd Feline Distemper-Upper Respiratory vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • 2nd Feline Leukemia vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Feline rabies vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer)
  • Feline Distemper-Upper Respiratory booster (booster in 1 year)
  • Feline Leukemia booster (booster in 1 year)
  • Feline rabies vaccination (booster in 3 years)

Getting Started

The first step is always the most important. Contact us today at (651) 789-6275 to arrange an appointment so we can start your pet on the path to a healthy and protected life. Your veterinarian will be happy to answer your questions and help you make the best decisions for your pet.

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Canine Vaccinations & Preventive Care

  • 1st DHPP (Distemper-Hepatitis-Parainfluenza-Parvovirus, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Intranasal Bordetella (kennel cough, booster annually)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Fecal exam
  • Start heartworm (Heartgard) and flea/tick preventative (Nexgard)
  • 2nd DHPP (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • 1st Leptospirosis vaccine (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • 1st Lyme Disease vaccine (Booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, last one)
  • Fecal exam
  • Heartworm (Heartgard) and flea/tick preventative (Nexgard)
  • 3rd DHPP (booster in 1 year)
  • 2nd Leptospirosis vaccine (booster annually)
  • 2nd Lyme Disease vaccine (booster annually)
  • Rabies (booster in 1 year)
  • Fecal exam
  • Heartworm (Heartgard) and flea/tick preventative (Nexgard)
  • Start ProHeart (given every 6 months to prevent Heartworm disease)
  • Heartworm test
  • Weight check
  • Flea/tick preventative (Bravecto, given every 3 months)
  • DHPP (booster in 3 years)
  • Rabies (booster in 3 years)
  • Bordetella (booster annually)
  • Leptospirosis (booster annually)
  • Lyme Disease (booster annually)
  • Fecal exam (annually)
  • Heartworm test (annually)
  • ProHeart (every 6 months)
  • Flea/Tick Prevention (Bravecto, given every 3 months)
  • Comprehensive blood work annually (Chem/CBC/Lytes)
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We recommend several tests for dogs throughout their lifetime. These may include:

  • Intestinal Parasite Exam (fecal)
  • Heartworm Antigen Test
  • Comprehensive blood work (Chem/CBC/Lytes)
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Feline Vaccinations & Preventive Care

  • 1st FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis-Panleukopenia-Calicivirus, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Fecal exam
  • 2nd FVRCP (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • 1st Feline Leukemia vaccination (booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, booster in 3-4 weeks)
  • Fecal exam
  • FELV/FIV test
  • 3rd FVRCP (booster in 1 year)
  • 2nd Feline Leukemia vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Rabies vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Strongid-T (dewormer, last one)
  • Fecal exam
  • FVRCP (booster in 3 years)
  • Feline Leukemia vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Rabies vaccination (booster in 1 year)
  • Fecal exam (annually)
  • Comprehensive blood work annually (Chem/CBC/Lytes)

Your cat can stay healthier longer with some common diagnostic tests. These may include:

  • Intestinal Parasite Exam (fecal)
  • Feline Heartworm test (annually)
  • Comprehensive blood work annually (Chem/CBC/Lytes)
  • Fecal exam for intestinal parasites (Every 6 months)
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