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Puppies & Kittens

Puppies and Kittens obtain immunity from many diseases from their mother, this protection is short-lived. Carthage Although puppies and kittens receive natural immunity against many Veterinarians are experts at recommending and providing A vaccination schedule that will protect your new friend against the many serious, life-threatening diseases in our area to which it is transmitted to humans). Early detection and treatment is critical to your pet and your entire family. Your Carthage many serious, life-threatening diseases to which young animals are susceptible, taking into account animal health care threats that may vary by local conditions; and appropriate treatment or laboratory tests to ensure that your little one is free of potentially debilitating and fatal parasites (which may also be transmitted to humans). Early detection and treatment is critical to your entire family's health.Over the course of several visits, you may expect your pup to be vaccinated against:

  • adenovirus
  • distemper
  • hepatitis
  • parainfluenza
  • parvo virus
  • rabies

A laboratory test to detect internal parasites will be done as well. Kittens receive a test to determine the presence of feline leukemia, and they are typically inoculated to prevent:

  • calicivirus
  • distemper
  • rabies
  • rhinotracheitis

Recommended Vaccination Schedule

6 weeks DHPP Fecal Deworming  
8 weeks DHPP Booster Deworming    
12 weeks DHLPP Booster Bordetella 1st (Kennel Cough) 1st Heartguard dose Deworming
16 weeks DHLPP Booster Bordetella 2nd (Kennel Cough) Rabies Deworming