We are thrilled to offer you the very best care for the newest addition to your family.
Your puppy or kitten’s first vaccination appointment takes place with one of our veterinary surgeons, and the second and/or third with our nurses. This gives us time for our team to meet and get to know your new pet.
On your visits we check that they are fit and healthy, settling in well, that their diet is all good, and that you know how to care for them.
We answer any questions you still have, making sure you are confident with your new pet. Vaccinations are essential for preventing dangerous diseases, so don’t let them be at risk.
Our Puppy & Kitten Packs
Our Brand New Puppy and Kitten Vaccination Packs offer all you need for your new furry friend.
For only £59.50 your puppy or kitten will receive:
- Primary Course of vaccinations
- Microchip (from 6th April 2016 it became compulsory for all dogs in England to be microchipped)
- Free 4 weeks flea control
- Free 4 weeks roundworm control
- Free 4 weeks lungworm protection for puppies
- Free 4 weeks Pet Plan insurance
- Free Juvenile Health Check at 5-6 months of age
- Free Welcome Pack/Lifestage Information Book
- Advice on flea and worm control, nutrition, neutering, microchipping and pet insurance
Puppies are vaccinated against Distemper, Parvovirus, Hepatitis and Leptospirosis from the age of 6-8 weeks. This is then followed up with a further 1-2 vaccinations by our nurses.
The program is tailored to your individual puppy’s needs. It is important puppies do not come into physical contact with unvaccinated dogs or get walked in public areas for at least 1 week after the final puppy vaccination. However we shall guide you through socialising your puppy prior to completing their vaccinations.
Exposure to infection before this time may result in the puppy developing disease or illness before their immunity has developed. For this reason we ask you carry your puppy around the practice until they are fully immune.
Kittens are vaccinated against two types of Cat Flu, Feline Enteritis and the Feline Leukaemia Virus.
The first vaccination is then followed up with a second injection by a nurse 3-4 weeks later.
It is important kittens do not come in contact with unvaccinated cats or outside areas until 2 weeks after the 2nd vaccination.
Exposure before this time may expose the kitten to disease or illness before their immunity has developed.
For this reason we recommend you keep your kitten indoors until they are fully immune.
Remember, Annual Booster Vaccination is essential to maintain your pet’s immunity.