Animals should be vaccinated at certain times in their life with certain vaccines to
promote correct immune system maturation and prevent disease. To this end we are
providing the standard vaccine schedule and virus definitions on our website… After you
have read the vaccine schedule document continue with the virus definition document to
learn more about each virus and why vaccination is so important. Please print both
documents for future reference.
This document is intended as a reference only, and you should contact your personal
veterinarian to seek advice or treatment for your pet.
These vaccine schedule guidelines are
presented as a courtesy and are not
intended to be any endorsement or
preventive treatment. You should contact
your own vet for treatment or to diagnosis
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Feline schedule highly recommended.
Distemper combination vaccine.
Begin as early as 6 weeks of age and repeat every 3-4 weeks until 16 weeks of age.
Booster at 1 year after completion of initial series, then no more frequently than every 3
Feline Infectious Perironitis Vaccine 20 Weeks.
Begin as early as 8 weeks of age and repeat in 3-4 weeks. Booster at 1 year after
completion of initial series. Continue annual boosters for those cats at risk of exposure.
Vaccination against Feline Leukemia Virus is recommended for cats living with an infected
cat or cats that may be exposed by roaming.
Given by your local veterinarian (age at vaccination may vary according to local law and
type of vaccine). Revaccinate one year later, and then as required.
Feline Infectious Perironitis (booster)
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Vaccine (booster)
Rabies Vaccine (booster)
Vaccination against Feline Leukemia Virus is
recommended for cats living with an infected cat
or cats that may be exposed by roaming.
Canine schedule highly recommended.
6 weeks: Corona/Parvo Combination Vaccine
8 weeks: Distemper/Adeno/Lepto/Parainfluenza + Corona ("DA2LPP+C")
12 weeks: DA2LPP+C Rabies Vaccine Kennel Cough Complex (injection) Lyme Disease
16 weeks: DA2LPP+C Kennel Cough Complex (intranasal) Rabies 6 - 12 months: Kennel
Cough Complex (booster)
Annually Rabies Vaccine (booster)
Vaccination against Giarrdia is recommended for dogs having poor immune systems, if
exposure is likely.
Vaccinations for ringworm are only occasionally used when an animal is not responding to
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