The canine distemper vaccine is typically given in some variation of a combination vaccine that also protects your pet from several other serious diseases, such as parvovirus infection. Many of the diseases that are prevented by this combination vaccine have no effective treatment other than supportive care; however, vaccination can prevent these diseases or minimize the signs of illness. Other vaccines, such as the rabies and Bordetella vaccines, may be given in addition to the canine distemper/parvo combination vaccine.
The H1N1 variation of the flu virus, previously referred to as “swine flu”, is infectious to felines and in addition to individuals. Moreover, this virus is additionally known to contaminate dogs, pigs, and ferrets. In spite of the fact that the spread of this specific flu infection is no more thought to be a pandemic, it is still spreading around the world.
The FVRCP vaccination is an essential piece of your feline’s routine. It keeps three conceivably deadly airborne viruses from infecting your cat, these viruses are rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia.
We still have boarding availability for small/medium dogs as well as cats. If you are leaving the area for Memorial Day weekend and need a safe and caring team to leave your loved one with, give us a call.
Our weekend hours will remain the same and can be found on our “Contact Us” page We will be closed on Memorial Day in observance of those who have served our great country!