Vaccination is a simple way to protect your pet from many common diseases and is an important part of routine health care for your pets. Dogs and cats require a primary vaccination course of two injections which is normally carried out when they are puppies or kitten but can be done at any age. They then require a yearly booster to keep them fully protected. Rabbits require one annual vaccination.

All vaccination appointments include a full health check. We vaccinate dogs against parvo, distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza and leptospirosis. Kennel cough vaccination is also available, as is herpes vaccination for breeding bitches. Rabies vaccination is required as part of the Pet Passport scheme.

Purevax vaccines are used in cats which are designed adjuvant free which reduces the risk of vaccination site reactions. We offer both flu/enteritis as well as flu/enteritis/FeLV vaccinations.

Rabbits can be vaccinated annually against myxomatosis and viral haemorrhagic disease.