Image by Ayla Verschueren

Puppy and Kitten 
Appointments

Do you have a new furry friend at home? Making sure your puppy/kitten is appropriately vaccinated is important to ensuring a long and healthy life.

We recommend a full series of vaccinations, starting at 8 weeks and finishing the series at 20 weeks. 

During the puppy series we spread out multiple vaccinations, as well as their boosters, to make sure your puppy is getting the most out of their vaccinations. Please keep in mind that a new puppy's immunity is not at its peak until the recommended vaccine series is complete.

Vaccinations included in our recommended puppy series:
DHP-P (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo, ParaInfluenza)
Bordatella bronchispetica (Referred to as Kennel Cough)
Leptospirosis
Rabies (Legally required in the state of Delaware)
Lyme Disease
Canine Influenza

 

 

A vaccination schedule, new puppy information, and multiple brochures on important information are all sent  home at your first puppy visit! We highly recommend bringing a stool sample in to clear your puppy of any possible intestinal parasites.

Puppy 
Appointments

Kitten 
Appointments

During the kitten vaccination series we spread out multiple vaccinations, as well as their boosters, to make sure your kitten is getting the most out of their vaccinations. Please keep in mind that a new kitten's immunity is not at its peak until the recommended vaccine series is complete.

Vaccinations included in our recommended kitten series:
Bordatella bronchispetica 
Rabies (Legally required in the state of Delaware)
FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia)
Feline Leukemia

 

A vaccination schedule, new kitten information, and multiple brochures on important information are all sent  home at your first kitten visit! We highly recommend bringing a stool sample in to clear your kitten of any possible intestinal parasites as well as considering a Feline Leukemia and Feline Aids (FeL/FIV) test.