It is very upsetting when your pet becomes unwell. At Alphavet, we offer a range of vaccinations to prevent disease. We also advise on a course of vaccinations and boosters to top up your pet's protection.
Puppies are vaccinated at 6-8 weeks' and at 10 weeks' old. The vaccines protect them against distemper, parvovirus, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and Kennel Cough. Boosters are given throughout your dog's life to maintain immunity.
Kittens receive primary vaccination at 9 weeks' and 12 weeks' of age. These offer protections against feline leukaemia, panleukopaenia and cat flu. Annual boosters are recommended.
Myxomatosis and viral haemorrhagic disease vaccines are given annually.
Neutering also has health benefits as well as preventing behavioural problems. It is the responsible thing to do if you do not intend to breed from your pet. At Alphavet, we perform these operations with the utmost care and attention to detail. Each patient is assessed carefully and given a general anaesthetic specific to their needs - this is considered a routine operation. However, at Alphavet we take the time to ensure minimum discomfort to your pet.
Parasite prevention and control is available. Your pet can have worming and flea treatments and pick up their prescriptions.