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Vaccinations

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Get your pet vaccinated to save on vet bills and possibly save your pet’s life!

Reduce the risk of contracting serious diseases

By getting your pet vaccinated, you are reducing its risk of contracting common diseases that send many pets to the vet’s practice – or worse. Diseases contracted by your pet are very serious and can be fatal, even with treatment. We recommend Cats, Kittens, Dogs & Puppy vaccinations on a regular basis to prevent your pet from contracting unwanted diseases.

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VACCINATIONS

To effectively safeguard your pets from serious diseases, prioritize their vaccinations. Vaccinations for pets, including dogs, cats, and rabbits, are crucial preventive measures against common and potentially fatal illnesses. When searching for “Vaccinations for pets near me,” consider the following:

Vaccinations for Dogs NZ:

  • Protect your canine companions from diseases like canine hepatitis, distemper, parainfluenza, and parvovirus through our puppy vaccinations nz.
  • Non-core vaccinations, such as kennel cough and leptospirosis, may be necessary based on your dog’s lifestyle. Get the best dog vaccinations in nz from TheVetClinic.
  • Ensure your furry friend receives timely dog vaccinations in nz to ensure a long and healthy life.
 

Vaccinations for Cats NZ:

  • Cat vaccinations target viruses like feline calicivirus, feline rhinotracheitis virus, and feline panleucopaenia virus through our kitten vaccinations in nz
  • Prevent “cat flu” symptoms and life-threatening diseases like distemper by vaccinating your feline friends.
  • Early vaccination for kittens helps prevent them from becoming lifelong carriers of these viruses.

Vaccinations for Rabbits:

  • Rabbits should be vaccinated against potentially fatal viruses like rabbit calicivirus (rabbit haemorrhagic virus).
  • Adhere to vaccination schedules, which typically involve initial doses followed by yearly boosters, even for indoor rabbits.
 

Whether you’re in Auckland or elsewhere, finding a reliable vet clinic for pet vaccinations is essential. Look for “The Vet Clinic – Vaccinations” in your area to ensure your pets receive proper care. Remember, regular vaccination not only protects individual pets but also prevents the spread of diseases within the pet population. Stay up-to-date with vaccination schedules to safeguard the well-being of your beloved companions.

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Vaccinations for Cats

Cat & kitten vaccinations NZ

There are six different viruses/infectious agents in New Zealand that you can possibly prevent in your cat with a simple vaccination. The following are two common viruses that you can get kitten vaccinations in nz against.

Feline calici virus and feline rhinotracheitis virus

These are otherwise known as “cat flu” viruses. These viruses cause symptoms 2-5 days after exposure. These viruses are not usually fatal but can make kittens very sick for 1-3 weeks, with signs including inflamed conjunctiva, eye and nasal discharges, corneal ulcers and secondary bacterial infection of these tissues.

Some recovered kittens can become lifelong carriers of these viruses and may shed the virus during periods of stress, unless vaccinated as a kitten prior to exposure.

Ensuring your dog receives the kennel cough vaccine in NZ is crucial for protecting them from highly contagious respiratory infections.

Feline panleucopaenia virus

This is often referred to as distemper. It is a highly contagious and life-threatening disease that can spread quickly in the cat population. It affects rapidly-dividing cells in the cats body, including the intestinal tract, bone marrow and a developing fetus. Fortunately, panleucopaenia virus can be prevented with a common vaccine.

Ensuring your kitten receives timely vaccinations is essential for their health and well-being in New Zealand. Kitten vaccinations in NZ protect against serious diseases such as Feline Panleukopenia, Feline Herpesvirus, and Feline Calicivirus. A typical kitten vaccination schedule in NZ starts at 6-8 weeks, with follow-ups at 10-12 weeks, 14-16 weeks, and a booster at 12 months. Regular cat vaccinations in NZ are also necessary throughout adulthood. Adhering to this schedule ensures complete immunity, helps prevent disease outbreaks, and meets legal and social requirements for pet care facilities. Consult your vet to tailor a vaccination plan specific to your kitten’s needs, ensuring a healthy and happy life for your feline friend.

Vaccinations for Dogs

Dog & puppy vaccinations NZ

Prevention is the key! Some preventable conditions can cause very serious health problems and possibly death. Vaccinate your dog to give them the best chance of a long, healthy life. Some of the most serious diseases that puppy vaccinations nz can protect against include:

  • Canine Hepatitis
  • Canine Distemper
  • Canine Parainfluenza
  • Canine Parvovirus

Non-core dog vaccinations

Depending on your dog’s lifestyle or environment, you may want or need the following puppy vaccinations nz:

  • Bortadella bronchiseptica (kennel cough)
  • Leptospira interrogans
 
 
Ensuring your puppy receives timely vaccinations is essential for their health and well-being in New Zealand. Puppy vaccinations in NZ protect against serious diseases such as Canine Parvovirus, Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, and Leptospirosis. A typical puppy vaccination schedule in NZ starts at 6-8 weeks, with follow-ups at 10-12 weeks, 14-16 weeks, and a booster at 12 months. Regular dog vaccinations in NZ are also necessary throughout adulthood. Adhering to this schedule ensures complete immunity, helps prevent disease outbreaks, and meets legal and social requirements for pet care facilities. Consult your vet to tailor a vaccination plan specific to your puppy’s needs, ensuring a healthy and happy life for your furry friend.
Vaccinations for Rabbits

Rabbit vaccinations

There are two potentially fatal viruses in Australia that rabbits should be vaccinated against.

Rabbit calici virus (rabbit haemorrhagic virus)

This virus causes rabbits to bleed internally, with rabbits dying as soon as 1-2 days after first signs. Rabbits are vaccinated twice if younger than 12 weeks or once if 12 weeks or older and then once yearly thereafter. The virus can be transmitted by mosquitoes so rabbits and owners do not have to have any contact with sick rabbits for a pet rabbit to become infected.

Trust the experts

At SEAH we vaccinate hundreds to thousands of pets each year. With over 45 years of experience, we are experts on vaccinating dogs, cats, puppies and kittens in Melbourne.

Trust the experts

Vaccinating your pet is as easy as making an appointment. We can administer vaccinations as part of a standard wellness check-up or in a dedicated visit for vaccinations. If you have any questions about which vaccinations your pet should receive and when they should receive them, please call us and we can help you through the process.

Our caring team

If you are unable to drop off and pick up your pet on the same day, we do not charge any extra fees for overnight care – this is a service we offer for our client’s convenience. If surgery is required, we are happy for you to bring your pet in around lunch time and we can perform surgery and allow the pet to go home with you soon after, meaning you only need to make one trip. All aspects of our practice are focused on providing the best possible care with the least disruption to the daily lives of you and your furry friend.