Vaccinations play an important role in maintaining your pet’s health by protecting them from a number of infectious diseases. Puppies and kittens are particularly vulnerable, but with a good vaccination protocol, the risk of disease can be greatly reduced.
At Greenlane Veterinary Clinic, we recommend vaccinating your pet following the guidelines below:
|1st vaccination||Starting at 6-8 weeks of age||Vanguard 5 plus (Parvo,Hepatitis,Distemper + parainfluenza)|
|2nd vaccination||4 weeks after 1st vaccination||Vanguard 5 plus, Leptoguard (leptospirosis), kennel cough|
|3rd vaccination||4 weeks after 2nd vaccination||Vanguard 5 plus, Leptoguard, kennel cough|
|*The last vaccination must be given at or over 16 weeks of age to ensure it is effective.|
Note: Your kennel may have different requirements to the ones stated above, please check with your kennel well before your dog is due to stay there.
After completion of their puppy vaccination series, they must be boostered in 12 months time. We will send a reminder to ensure this isn’t forgotten.
Vaccination guidelines for adult dogs are three-yearly Dhppi, leptospirosis and kennel cough boosters. This may vary depending on your dog’s vaccination history and if kennel requirements demand more frequent kennel cough vaccinations.
|1st vaccination||Starting 6-8 weeks of age||Felocell 3|
|2nd vaccination||4 weeks after 1st vaccination||Felocell 3, +/- FIV|
|3rd vaccination||3-4 weeks after 2nd vaccination||Felocell 3*, +/- FIV|
|*The last vaccination must be given at or over 14 weeks of age to ensure it is effective.|
The FIV (feline aids) vaccination is optional but is highly recommended. They require 3 vaccinations 2-4 weeks apart to be fully protected against FIV.
After completion of their kitten vaccination series, they must be boostered in 12 months time. We will send a reminder to ensure this isn’t forgotten.
Vaccination guidelines for adult cats are three yearly Tricat vaccinations + FIV annually if your cat is vaccinated against this.
Please be aware annual vaccinations are required if your cat enters a cattery.