Pet Care Advice:

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are available for dogs, cats and rabbits.

We are now offering 'Starter Packs' for your new puppy or kitten!

PUPPIES

Puppies receive:

  • 1st vaccination given from 6 weeks of age*
  • A FREE microchip if not already chipped
  • A FREE dose of flea treatment
  •  A FREE worming treatment
  • A FREE bag of food**
  • 4 FREE  weeks of insurance with Pet Plan
  • A FREE  2nd vaccination given 4 weeks after the first *
  • A FREE  information pack

ALL FOR ONLY £47.25!!

*Depending ont he age of your puppy at it's first vaccination, the course maybe given over three injections rather than two but will still be the same price..

 ** Free bag of food only available with a valid email address.

KITTENS

Kittens receive:

  • 1st vaccination given from 9 weeks of age
  • A FREE microchip*
  • A FREE dose of flea treatment
  • A FREE worming treatment
  • A FREE bag of food**
  • 4 FREE weeks of insurance with Pet Plan
  • A FREE ‘goody’ bag and information pack
  • A FREE 2nd vaccination given 3 weeks after the first

ALL FOR ONLY £49.50!!

*Microchips may not be given at any the time of vaccination. Most owners prefer to wait until the kitten is neutered at 5-6months of age. The free chip will still be valid at the time of neuter, or any other time you wish it to be implanted.

 ** Free bag of food only available with a valid email address.

DOGS

Dog vaccintaions can be given to puppies from 6 weeks and cover them again distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvo virus.

Yearly booster vaccinations are required to ensure maximum levels of immunity.

Dogs can also be vaccinated against certain strains of kennel cough with boosters again needed yealry.

 

CATS

Can vaccinations start in kittens of 9 weeks of age and protect them against feline influenza, panleukapaenia and feline leukaemia virus.

Yealry boosters are required to maintain immunity.

 

RABBITS

Rabbit vaccinations can be given from 9 weeks of age. The require one injection yearly to protect them against myxomatosis and viral haemmoraghic disease. This is best gien late spring to ensure maximum protection over the summer months when these diseaseare most prevelant.