As responsible pet owners, we know our clients recognise the importance of keeping vaccinations up-to-date.
We are here to ensure your pets are protected with regular vaccinations to avoid the risk of outbreaks of infectious diseases in the wider community, which in severe cases can prove fatal. Some conditions can be transferred to humans.
Dogs are vaccinated, with annual boosters recommended, against distemper, a virus disease which causes chest and gastro-intestinal damage which can cause brain damage or even death; the potentially fatal liver disease viral hepatitis and leptospira canicola which causes kidney damage and leptospira icetrohamorrhagiae, which affects mammals including humans causing severe liver and kidney damage.
Unless vaccinated dogs are also at risk of parvovirus, which causes severe gastroenteritis and is fatal in almost half of cases.
Also, do not forget kennel cough, which although not compulsory is necessary if your dog is staying in kennels.