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vaccinations schedule for the pets of Howell NJ

Canine & Feline Vaccination Schedules, Howell Animal Hospital

Canine & Feline Vaccination Schedules, Howell, NJ

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Vaccination Schedule

Vaccination of Canines:

At 6 weeks of age

  • Vaccination of Distemper
  • Fecal exam

At 9 weeks of age

  • 2nd vaccination of Distemper
  • Fecal exam
  • Deworm
  • Vitamins

At 12 weeks old

  • 3rd Vaccination Distemper
  • Bordetella 1st
  • Lyme vaccine 1st
  • Vectra (fleas and ticks preventative)
  • Heartgard Plus
  • Vitamins as needed
  • Fecal exam

At 15 weeks of age

  • 4th Distemper Booster
  • Bordetella Booster
  • Lyme Booster
  • Rabies 1st year
  • Fecal Exam

At 6 months of age

  • Heartworm test (blood test repeat annually)
  • Spay or Neuter (6 months to 5 years)

Annually Vaccination and care:

  • Distemper Booster
  • Bordetella Booster
  • Lyme Booster
  • Rabies 3 years
  • Fecal test
  • Heartworm test (blood test)
  • Give monthly heartgaurd plus and Vectra application

Vaccinations for the first time should be followed by another booster within 3-4 weeks. It’s your responsibility to make that appointment. If there is a gap of more than 2 years, the vaccination should be started from the initial one, and then booster dose should be given 2 weeks after.

Vaccination of Felines

At 6-8 Weeks of age

  • Feline Distemper
  • Fecal exam

At 10-12 weeks of age

  • Feline AIDS and Leukemia test
  • Feline Leukemia Vaccine 1st
  • Feline Distemper vaccine 2nd
  • Fecal test

15-16 weeks of age

  • Feline distemper vaccine booster
  • Feline Leukemia booster
  • Feline Rabies 1st year
  • Fecal test

At 6 months of age

  • Spay or Neuter
  • Declaw (optional) laser

Annually care for cats

  • Distemper booster
  • Feline leukemia
  • Feline rabies
  • Fecal exam

Out Door Cats Need to add the following vaccines

  1. Feline Aids (two injections)
  2. Feline Infectious peritonitis vaccine (two injection then once annually)
  3. Apply fleas preventative medications (Revolution) once per month
  4. Check the fecal once per month

If the cat got outside and comes back with a bite wound, it should take a rabies injection and quarantine for up to 6 months. With gaps for vaccinations of 2 years and more, you should start the vaccination protocol from the beginning.

I have come to expect and have received first rate care for Rusty. Realizing he is getting the best veterinary care available is beneficial to Rusty but also beneficial Dee and I.

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