Puppies can and do become seriously ill/die from infectious diseases that could have been prevented through vaccination. We vaccinate your puppies against Parvo, Distemper, Leptospirose, Hepatitis and Parainfluenza and advise the following vaccination programme:
- 1st vaccination at 6 weeks of age minimum
- 2nd vaccination at 10 weeks' old or 4 weeks after 1st vaccination
Vaccination protects your cat from infectious diseases such as Cat Flu, Feline Leukaemia Virus, Chlamydophila and Feline Infectious Enteritis.
For kittens, we recommend:
- 1st vaccination at 8 weeks
- 2nd vaccination at 12 weeks
If your kitten is older than 8 weeks at their first vaccination, they'll need the second vaccination 3 weeks later.
Your cat needs a yearly booster to keep their immunity up to date.
For taking your cat abroad, we can start the Rabies vaccination at 12 weeks of age. For more information, see our Travel page.