Affordable Vaccines

What vaccines should my puppy receive?

DA2PP (Distemper/Parvovirus):

AGE: Dogs 6 weeks and older
SERIES: Repeat EVERY 3-4 weeks until your dog is 4 months old (16 weeks); Repeat again in 1 year
MINIMUM: Puppies need at least 2 sets of this vaccine
PRECAUTION: Make sure your puppy is NOT exposed to areas (for example: parks, especially dog parks) where unvaccinated dogs might have been until your puppy is 4 months old. After your last set of vaccines is given (at 4 months), wait approximately 1 week prior to areas of possible exposure.

BORDETELLA (“Kennel Cough”):

All dogs even if they are not exposed to high risk areas such as boarding or grooming, should receive this vaccine.
AGE: Dogs 10-12 weeks and older
SERIES: Repeat once in 3-4 weeks and then again in 1 year
MINIMUM: Puppies need at least 2 sets of this vaccine
PRECAUTION: This (and all other vaccines) are NOT immediately protective. You should vaccinate at least ONE WEEK prior to exposure.

RABIES:

AGE: Dogs 16 weeks (4 months) and older
SERIES: Repeat again in 1 year

What vaccines should my adult dog receive?

DA2PP should be given at age 1 and then every 3 years later

NOTE: If you do not know if you dog has ever received this vaccine, you should repeat in 3-4 weeks.

BORDETELLA should be given every year
RABIES should be given at age 1 and then every 3 years later

How much will it cost to get my dog vaccinated?

At time of spay/neuter surgery: Rabies $8, DA2PP $15, Bordetella $16
At the walk-in vaccine clinic: Rabies $10, DA2PP $16, Bordetella $16

What vaccines should my kitten receive?

FVRCP (“Upper Respiratory Infection”/Feline Distemper):

AGE: Cats 6 weeks and older
SERIES: Repeat EVERY 3-4 weeks until your cat is 4 months old (16 weeks); Repeat again in 1 year
MINIMUM: Kittens need at least 2 sets of this vaccine
PRECAUTION: The safest thing for your kitten is to be in “indoor cat.” If you are going to let your cat out however, please make sure you wait at least ONE WEEK after the last vaccine in this series.

RABIES

AGE: Cats 16 weeks (4 months) and older
SERIES: Repeat again in 1 year

What vaccines should my adult cat receive?

FVRCP should be given at age 1 and then every 3 years later
RABIES should be given at age 1 and then every 3 years later

How much will it cost to get my cat vaccinated?

At time of spay/neuter surgery: Rabies $8, FVRCP $15, FeLV $15
At the walk-in vaccine clinic: Rabies $10, FVRCP $15, FeLV $15