We offer a wide range of vaccines to protect your dog from diseases that can be found in his/her environment. A number of vaccinations are required by law and others are optional. Your veterinarian will provide you with the best options for your furry friend.
What types of vaccinations do you offer for adult dogs?
We offer the following vaccines:
- Rabies – Both 1 and 3-year vaccines are available dependent on your dog’s vaccine history. Please note, this vaccine is required by law and is needed if you plan to cross the border with your pet.
- DA2PP – This vaccination is given every 3 years, dependent on your dog’s vaccine history. This vaccine protects your dog against Hepatitis (liver disease), some respiratory diseases, and the ‘nasty’ Parvovirus that causes severe vomiting, diarrhea, and can be fatal.
- Leptospirosis – This vaccine is given once a year. It protects your dog against a bacteria that can be contracted by ingesting wildlife urine (deer, fox, raccoon, etc.) containing the bacteria directly, or by drinking it out of stagnant puddles/ponds.
- Bordetella – This vaccine is given once a year. It protects your pet from the dreaded ‘Kennel Cough’ found at dog parks, boarding facilities, and large groupings of unfamiliar dogs.
- Flu Bivalent – This vaccine is also provided once a year. It protects your dog from a flu that can be contracted much like ‘Kennel Cough’.
Is there a schedule for how often a dog should be vaccinated?
Yes, the following schedule is for a dog that has had its series of puppy vaccines:
- Rabies and DA2PP vaccine every 3 years
- Leptospirosis, Bordetella, and Flu Bivalent vaccines every year as needed
Why is it important to vaccinate your dog?
Vaccines are important as they protect your dog from diseases found in its environment that may challenge its immune system. Please note that some of these are zoonotic as well.
How much does it cost to vaccinate my dog?
For pricing, please contact the hospital, and we will be happy to provide you with a quote.