Below you will find our protocol for vaccines. Our protocol may be different from other clinics you have been to before. We believe your pets vaccine history should be based on pet's age, lifestyle, and environment.
Vaccine protocol for canines
- #1 DA2PP Vaccine @ 9-10 weeks
- #2 DA2PP Vaccine @ 13-14 weeks
- #3 DA2PP Vaccine @ 18 weeks
- Bordetella Vaccine (To prevent kennel cough usually required for boarding kennels or grooming facilities)
All About Pets offers vaccines with fewer adjuvants. Adjuvants are substances needed by some vaccines to ensure a protective immune response. Unfortunately, adjuvants can present potential risks including injection site reaction and chronic inflammation. Thanks to innovative vaccine technologies, many of the vaccines we offer to your cats do not contain any adjuvants.
Vaccine Protocol for Felines
( We suggest testing for your feline for Feline Leukemia before preceding with vaccines.)
- #1 FVRCP @ 8-9weeks
- #2 FVRCP @ 12-14 weeks
- Purevac Rabies vaccine @ 16-20 weeks
#1 FELV vaccine @ 9weeks
#2 FELV vaccine @ 12weeks
Spaying and neutering dogs or cats as early as 6 months of age is safe, has health benefits, and is less expensive than waiting until the animal is older and larger. Not only does spaying stop messy heats, pesky male dogs and unwanted litters, it also prevents certain medical problems such as uterine infections, mammary tumors, and hormonal dermatitis. Castration- This surgery may be performed for either medical, behavioral, or birth control reasons. Behavioral reasons include unwanted aggressiveness, spraying by tom cats, prevention of dog's running away, masturbating on the legs of friends and family. Medical reasons include: perianal tumors, perineal hernias, and prostatitis. While we do not perform these procedures in our clinic we do advocate for spay/neuter.
We offer in house digital radiography that aides in diagnosing your pets medical needs. Digital X-ray uses very low levels of radiation and is very safe. It can even be used on pregnant pets and with no negative effect. Digital X-rays are noninvasive and usually painless. There are times where radiography is indicated to better evaluate the pet's needs for holistic therapies.