You might be asking yourself, “Why should I vaccinate my pet?” Here is some insightful information to help you decide whether or not to vaccinate.
Vaccinations are the best weapon against many viral and bacterial infections in pets.
Millions of dogs & cats have been saved by vaccines.
Vaccines are safe and well-tolerated by most pets.
Vaccines help your pet live a longer, healthier and happier life.
Rabies vaccination is required by state law.
Vaccinating your pet while their immune system is still young and developing will give your pet the protection it needs to stay healthy. Keeping up to date with your pet’s annual/scheduled vaccines is vital to their health and even the health of other pets and people in your community.
Pet Vaccinations - What to Expect
During an appointment, our veterinarians will provide you with vaccine education, discussing topics like scheduling booster shots, the importance of returning annually, your pet's history, lifestyle, prevalence of disease in Texas, your travel plans and dog park protocol.
Required Vaccines for Cats and Dogs
Vaccines required or recommended for the majority of dogs include (not all-inclusive):
Vaccines required or recommended for majority of cats include (not all-inclusive):
Rabies - Rabies vaccination is required by state law.
Feline rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia (FVRCP) – Feline Herpes 1
Feline pneumonitis (chlamydia)
Bordetella “Kennel Cough”
Deerfield Animal Hospital, located in San Antonio, Texas, can help with your pet’s vaccinations. Call us today to schedule an appointment.