Professional care for your pet
- 4 weeks – Puppy DP (High Risk Areas)
- 6 Weeks – 5 in 1 (1) vaccination which includes Parvovirus, Distemper, Hepatitis and Parainfluenza (optional)
- 9-10 Weeks – 5 in 1(2) vaccination
- 12-13 Weeks -5 in 1 (3) vaccination and first rabies vaccination
- 16-17 Weeks – 2nd Rabies vaccination
It is recommended to have vaccinations every year after the Primary vaccination until the dog is at least 8 years of age
- 8 weeks – 4 in 1 (panleukopenia, rhinotrachetis, calici viruses and C Psittaci
- 11-12 weeks – 4 in 1 (FeLv optional) and Rabies
- 14-15 weeks – (FeLv optional) and Rabies
It is recommended to have vaccinations every year after the Primary vaccination
FELINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS – SILENT KILLER
Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a common virus in our area that infects cats. FeLV is highly contagious and can be transmitted from infected cats via saliva or nasal secretions. If not defeated by the animal’s immune system, the virus weakens the cat’s immune system which can lead to many other secondary diseases which can be lethal.
The signs and symptoms may be varied and/or vague and include loss of appetite, poor coat condition, uneven pupils, infections of the skin, bladder, and respiratory tract, oral disease, seizures, swollen lymph node, skin lesions, fatigue, fever, weight loss, infection of the mouth or gingiva, litter box avoidance7, recurring bacterial and viral illnesses, anaemia, diarrhoea and jaundice. Some cats may carry the virus for years without symptoms.
As FeLV is a very common disease, difficult to treat and lethal, it is highly advisable to have your cat vaccinated against it.