6-8 weeks – Temporary 5-way DAP/P Physical and stool sample to be sure no illness, physixcal defects, or parasite problems.
9-12 weeks – 1st Adult DHLPP and repeat stool sample – we like to have 2 negative samples.
12-14 weeks (2-3 weeks after 1st adult DHLPP) — 2nd Adult DHLPP
16-20 weeks Parvo Booster
Sue to recommendation by the World Health Organization, the Rabies vaccination is given after 12 weeks of age and are good for 1 year. The next Rabies shot is given after 1 year, and will be good for 3 years.
Due to continuing problems of the Parvo Virus, an additiopnal booster shot is given at 5 months (20 weeks) of age. We also use an improved DHLPP vaccine with a higher titer parvo for higher levels of protection.
We recommend a Heartworm test for your puppy after it has gone through its first spring or around 1 year of age–whichever comes first.
We also recommend spaying or neutering your puppy at 5-6 months of age.
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6-8 weeks – Temporary FRCP along with a physical and stool samplle to be sure no illness, physical defects, or parasite problems.
9-12 weeks – 1st FRCP and repeat stool sample – we like to have 2 negative samples.
13-16 weeks (3 – 4 weeks later) – 2nd FRCP
Due to an increasing prevalence of rabies in cats, they should be vaccinated at 12 weeks with a 1 year Rabies vaccine. The next rabies shot is given after 1 year and will be good for 3 years.
Feline Leukemia Vaccine should be started at 9 weeks, a series of 2 injections is required. Then it will be 1 yearly booster. We recommend this vaccination for outdoor cats or those that have been exposed to the outdoors. Feline Leukemia Blood Test is recommended prior to vaccination.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis Vaccine should be started at 16 weeks. A series of 2 administrations is required. Then it will be 1 yearly booster. This vaccine is especially important for outdoor cats and those coming from shelters, catteries, or any multi-cat environment.
We recommend spaying or neutering your cat at 5-6 months of age.
We will declaw cats and kittens over 2lbs.