Vaccinations are injections that are given to puppies, kittens and baby rabbits to prevent them from getting nasty diseases and infections. Your pet should be vaccinated before it is allowed outside.
At Bell Brown and Bentley we administer vaccinations between 2 and 4 weeks apart. The initial injections can be given when your pet is 9 weeks old.
Dogs are usually protected against:
- Kennel cough
- Canine herpes virus
Cats are usually protected against:
- Feline leukaemia virus
- Cat flu viruses
- Infectious enteritis
Rabbits are usually protected against:
- Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD)
In some cases we may advise you to bring your pet for booster vaccinations at a later date. This is to simply boost their immunity against the conditions they’ve already been protected against. We will inform you of whether this applies to your pet when you visit us.