Canine Vaccines

Vaccines Available:

Rabies Vaccine:
Protects against the Rabies Virus, which is a virus that attacks the brain and is always fatal. The rabies virus can be transmitted to humans.
Protects against Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, and Parvo Virus. Distemper is a viral disease that affects the respiratory and nervous systems. Hepatitis is a liver disease that can also cause severe kidney damage. Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease carried by wild animals dogs can get by contact with wild animals and/or drinking contaminated water. Parvovirus is a disease that causes vomiting and diarrhea, most commonly found in puppies.
Corona Vaccine:
Protects against the Corona Virus, which is an intestinal virus. It is the second leading cause of viral diarrhea (second to Parvo) and affects dogs of all ages, especially puppies.
Bortatella Vaccine:
Protects against kennel cough, an acute and highly contagious disease; often required by grooming and boarding facilities
Lyme Vaccine
Protects against Lyme Disease. Lyme disease is a bacterial disease that can cause permanent and painful disabilities; it can also affect the heart, brain, and kidney. Lyme disease can be spread by ticks.

Recommended Puppy Vaccines:

Puppies should receive puppy vaccines starting
at 7 – 8 weeks of age. They should get booster vaccines every 3 – 4 weeks until
they are 16 weeks of age. At that time they should receive their adult boosters,
including Rabies.