Protect your pet against life threatening diseases and conditions by visiting the hospital at least once a year
Vaccinations are an essential part of preventative health care and we strongly advise you to ensure your pet’s protection is up-to-date, especially if your pet is in their early years.
Vaccinations are important injections that are given to dogs, cats and rabbits to prevent them from getting nasty diseases and infections. Before your pet is allowed to go outside or interact with other animals, they should have completed a course of vaccinations to ensure that they are immune from diseases that could affect their health.
Dogs are usually protected against:
- Kennel cough
- Canine herpes virus
Cats are usually protected against:
- Feline leukaemia virus
- Cat flu viruses
- Infectious enteritis
Rabbits are usually protected against:
- Viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD)
If you would like more information about vaccinations, or to book your pet in for their course of injections then call the hospital today on 01-2951202 to book your appointment.