There are many types of infectious disease that your pet can catch if left unvaccinated. Routine and easily accessible vaccinations provide safety, and protect your pet against many diseases. GRAH provides routine vaccinations as part of your pet’s preventive healthcare regime, helping to maintain good health.
Nearly all puppies and kittens require vaccinations after weaning from their mothers. These vaccinations are similar to what human babies require, in order to remain protected against infectious diseases. Some of the infectious diseases covered by these vaccinations for dogs and puppies include Parvo, Distemper, Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis, Lyme disease,Rabies, Corona Virus, and Bordetella (Kennel Cough). For cats and kittens, vaccinations include Feline Herpes, Feline Calici Virus, Feline Pan Leukopenia, Feline Leukemia, Chlamydia and Rabies. There are some diseases that can affect not just your pet, but can spread to humans in close contact. By vaccinating your pet, you not only protect your pet, but your human family members as well.
The veterinary team at GRAH will assess which inoculations are required, specific to your pets needs as well as age and stage of development. Different vaccination packages are available at the clinic, which are priced according to the number of diseases they protect against. All vaccinations will be given as gently as possible to ensure your pets comfort in visiting with us at GRAH.