Pet Vaccinations

Pet Vaccinations

Pine Street Animal Hospital is Your Home for Pet Vaccinations

Pet vaccinations are critical to ensuring your pet is healthy and happy. It is one of the most important responsibilities you have as a pet owner. Pine Street Animal Hospital will handle the entire vaccination protocol for your puppy, dog, kitten or cat. We only use FDA approved vaccines to ensure your pet's safety. From a puppy’s first shots to annual vaccinations, Pine Street Animal Hospital will make sure you know exactly what is needed and when. We send regular reminders about vaccinations that are needed so that you don’t have to keep up with it.

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Of course, we are much more than an animal shot clinic. You can trust that when you schedule a rabies shot for your dog, our veterinarians will provide more than just a vaccination. If anything jumps out at them in terms of your dog or cat’s health, they will explain what they have found and work with you to determine what needs to be done. It’s all in the name of making sure this cherished member of your family is as healthy as possible.


Core Canine Vaccines

These vaccinations are identified by professional guidelines as being recommended for all dogs regardless of lifestyle:

  • DAPP (Distemper , Adenovirus, and Parvo virus): Distemper is a respiratory virus, Adenovirus causes hepatitis, Parvo is a gastrointestinal virus
  • Rabies: Rabies causes fatal polioencephalitis, and can be transmitted to humans. This vaccination is required by law.

Non-core Canine Vaccines

These vaccinations are recommended according to lifestyle and exposure risk:

  • Bordetella: Bordetella causes infectious tracheobronchitis (kennel cough. It is easily transmitted through respiratory droplets at dog parks, boarding and grooming facilities and public places where dogs frequent
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  • Leptospirosis: Leptospirosis causes liver and kidney disease. It is spread from infected dog, rodent and wildlife urine contaminated areas such as creeks, puddles and ponds, and can be transmitted to humans
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Recommended Puppy Vaccine Schedule

First visit should occur when the puppy is between 6-12 weeks old, and all vaccines must be separated by three weeks (except Bordetella).

  • 6 weeks:  DAPP booster & Bordetella booster
  • 9 weeks:  DAPP booster & Bordetella annual
  • 12 weeks:  DAPP booster
  • 16 weeks:  DAPP 1 year
  • 19 weeks:  Rabies 1 year
  • 22 weeks:  Leptospirosis booster
  • 25 weeks:  Leptospirosis annual


Vaccine schedules may vary depending on the age and size of your pet.


Core Feline Vaccines

These vaccinations are identified by professional guidelines as being recommended for all cats regardless of lifestyle:

  • FRCP (Feline Herpes, Calici and Panleukopenia): Herpes virus and Calici virus cause respiratory disease, and Panleukopenia is feline parvo, a gastrointestinal virus.
  • Rabies: Rabies causes fatal polioencephalitis, and can be transmitted to humans. This vaccination is required by law.

Non-core Feline Vaccines

These vaccinations are recommended according to lifestyle and exposure risk:

  • FELV (Feline Leukemia Virus): Feline Leukemia Virus causes immunodeficiency and cancerous tumors. It is spread from cat to cat by breeding and fighting. It is recommended in outdoor cats, indoor/outdoor cats, and indoor cats that are exposed to outdoor cats.


Recommended Kitten Vaccine Schedule

First visit should occur when the kitten is between 6-16 weeks old, and all vaccines must be separated by 3 weeks.

  • 6 weeks: FRCP booster
  • 9 weeks: FRCP booster
  • 12 weeks: Combo test & FRCP booster
  • 16 weeks: FRCP annual
  • 19 weeks: FELV booster
  • 22 weeks: FELV annual
  • 25 weeks: Combo test & RV annual or at time of spay/neuter

Vaccine schedules may vary depending on the age and lifestyle of your pet.  

 

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At Pine Street Animal Hospital, your pet's health is our top priority.

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