Vaccinations

Vaccinations for Dogs

If your pet just needs vaccinations you may walk in any time Monday through Friday from 9am-12pm or 3pm–5pm. On Saturdays from 10am-12pm or 2pm-4pm, no appointment is necessary.

DHP:

D: Distemper- a virus that causes many clinical signs (snotty nose/eyes) in dogs, and is usually fatalD:

H: Hepatitis- a virus that among other organs, attacks The liver. *Also called Adenovirus, Type 2

P: Parainfluenza- a viral upper respiratory disease (one of the many organisms that cause “kennel cough”

PARVO:

A viral disease of dogs that causes vomiting and Bloody diarrhea, often a severe illness. Can be deadly.

RABIES:

A virus that is usually fatal, AND CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO PEOPLE AND OTHER MAMMALS

BORDETELLA:

A bacteria that causes upper respiratory infection (also known as another form of “kennel cough”)

LYMES:

A bacteria (Borrelia) that causes vague signs of fever, achy joints, poor appetite, and many other signs. These organisms are transmitted by tick bites. It does occur in Orange County!!

RATTLESNAKE:

A bite from a snake that can be deadly. The vaccine protects against the venoms of the Western Rattlesnake (including the Prairie, Great Bain, Northern and Southern Pacific Rattlesnakes), Sidewinder, Timber Rattlesnake, Massasauga and the Copperhead. This vaccine does not mean that your pet does not need to receive treatment after being bitten, the vaccine helps lesson the severity of the reaction to the bite.

Vaccinations for Cats

If your pet just needs vaccinations you may walk in any time Monday through Friday from 9am-12pm or 3pm–5pm. On Saturdays from 10am-12pm or 2pm-4pm, no appointment is fenecessary.

FVRCP-C

F: Feline

V: Viral

R: Rhinotracheitis (ry-no-tray-kee-eye-tis) a viral upper respiratory infection

C: Calici (cal-e-see) Virus, a viral upper respiratory infection

P: Panleukopenia (pan-lew-koh-pen-ee-uh) (AKA: Cat Distemper, Cat Fever), a virus that is usually fatal, and causes vomiting, diarrhea (sometimes bloody) and high fever in cats

C: Chlamydia (clam-id-ee-uh) an upper respiratory infection

FELV:

A virus that is almost always fatal

BORDETELLA

A bacteria that causes an upper reparatory infection (also known as another form of kennel cough)

RABIESA

virus that is usually fatal, AND CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO PEOPLE AND OTHER MAMMALS

Location Hours
Monday7:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday7:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday7:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday7:00am – 6:00pm
Friday7:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday12:00pm – 5:00pm

Sunday is Boarding Drop Off & Pick Up Only