Due to the many recent discoveries and innovations in veterinary medicine, your pet can be protected against most major infectious diseases. Today many immunizations and preventative treatments are available that did not exist a decade ago. Our staff can assist you in deciding which preventive measures are necessary for your pet. We can also do a simple blood test to determine whether vaccines are even necessary.
We strongly recommend that your pet is up to date on his or her vaccines.
Vaccinations are not only safe and effective, they are an important and fundamental aspect of your pet’s preventative healthcare plan. There are vaccines—such as for rabies and other zoonotic diseases—that help protect your family from very dangerous and difficult to treat illnesses. Additionally, with each passing year, veterinary science is improving on existent vaccines as well as increasing our ability to prevent an even wider array of contagious diseases.
We tailor our vaccination protocol to the lifestyle of your pet, as well as the diseases your pet is most likely to be exposed to. We do this in order to provide the best protection from disease as well as to reduce the possibility of your pet have an adverse reaction to a vaccine.