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The Best Medicine Is Prevention
Vaccines are an everyday part of our life. We vaccinate our young ones as they grow and follow a recommended protocol. With more information becoming available as with the potential risks with overvaccinating, we have changed our vaccination protocols based on the recommendations from AAHA, AAFP, and the most current symposiums. (Why put your loved one at risk for a serious disease if vaccination can prevent that financial burden?)
Our vaccination protocol is as follows:
DOGS Core vaccinations:
First DAPP vaccine is given between 6-8 weeks
Then the same vaccine is repeated every 3-4 weeks until the puppy is 15 - 16 weeks old.
Rabies is given after 4 months of age. Both DAPP and Rabies are boostered in one year then every 3 years after that.
DAPP= Distemper/Adenovirus/Parvovirus/ Parainfluenza
Bordatella yearly for those at risk
Lymes vaccine yearly for those at risk.
CATS Core Vaccinations:
FVRCP given at 8 weeks of are then every 3 -4 weeks until 16 weeks of age, boost in one year then given every 3 years.
At risk cats:
FELV is given at 8 weeks, boosted every 3-4 weeks until 16 week, then boosted yearly
Distemper given at 8, 12, and 16 weeks, and then yearly.
Rabies given at 4 months and then yearly.
Excellent vets and support staff. Dr. Stocks has looked after all 3 of our labradors, and all of our kitties along with various small classroom pets.
Leigh F. / Fresno, CA