Cat Vaccinations

We believe vaccination is amongst the most important things we do. A high percentage of a population has to be immune to a disease before that disease dies out. It is for this reason we are so keen on vaccination and keeping boosters up-to-date.

Another good reason for booster vaccination is that every year your pet gets a health check at which time you can bring up any worries or concerns you have, early diagnosis of trouble can be made and treatment initiated before things go too far.

KITTENS

The best vaccine covers against two types of Cat Flu, a nasty type of enteritis called Feline Infectious Enteritis (FIE) and Leukaemia (An increasingly common and fundamentally serious virus disease of cats)

Two injections are required 3-4 weeks apart.

The earliest age to start vaccination is 9 weeks.

A lesser vaccine is available which covers the two types of flu and the FIE . Again two injections are required.

ADULT CATS

Adult cats if not previously vaccinated should receive the two shots 3-4 weeks apart.

Yearly boosting is recommended.

RABIES VACCINATION

Please see our article on Pet Passports

 

Our veterinarians are all experienced general practitioners with a broad knowledge and
understanding of animal health, illness and injury.

Brenda and Steve

To Alan and all the staff

Thank you so much for looking after our dear Bron over the last 19 years. Special thanks to Colin and his nurse who were so gentle with Bron and kind to us.

Kerry, Dave, Kelcie and Big “Woofs” From Gemma

To all the Team

A” huge thank you”

To you all for the care and support you have given us and Gemma.

It is very much appreciated

Paul and Tracy

To Alan

Thank you to you and your colleagues for saving Kalli following her anaphylactic reaction, we love her so much and are so grateful to still have her with us.