Vaccine Information

Small Animal Vaccination Schedule

Puppies

6-8 weeks old Distemper/Parvo/Adenovirus/Parainfluenza combo Initial
Bordetella Initial
Dewormer


12 weeks old Distemper/Parvo/Adenovirus/Parainfluenza combo booster
Bordetella booster
Leptospirosis initial
Dewormer


16 weeks old Distemper/Parvo/Adenovirus/Parainfluenza combo annual
Bordetella annual
Leptospirosis annual
Rabies 1 year
Heartworm Preventative (also a monthly dewormer) started


*Dogs that are going to be boarded, groomed or around other dogs are strongly recommended to be vaccinated for Bordetella. We have now made this part of our basic vaccine program unless declined by owner.
* Leptospirosis is recommended for patients around wild life and stagnant water


Dogs (over 1 year old)
Distemper/Parvo/Adenovirus/Parainfluenza combo annual
Bordetella annual
Leptospirosis annual
Rabies (every 3 years)
Heartworm Test
Heartworm Preventative (also a monthly de-wormer)
Frontline Plus for fleas and ticks
      


Kittens
6-8 weeks old Feline Leukemia initial
Feline Distemper initial
Feline Leukemia/Feline Fiv
 testing
Deworm


12 weeks old Feline Leukemia boost
Feline Distemper boost
Deworm


16 weeks old Feline Leukemia annual
Feline Distemper annual
Rabies 1 year
Deworm


Cats (over 1 year old)
Feline Leukemia annual
Feline Distemper annual
Rabies (every 3 years)
Dewormer
Frontline Plus for fleas and ticks.


* Our doctors recommend testing your cat for Feline Leukemia/Feline Fiv at first exam and at least once every 3 years there after to ensure they do not become infected.


Horse Vaccination Schedule:

West Nile, Eastern/Western Encephalitis, Tetnus, and Rhinopneumonitis, and Rabies should be given once a year in early spring. 

 Flu/Rhino should also be given in the fall.

Rabies is recommended for all horses.

Strangles vaccine is usually for horses that are in contact with other horses in boarding facilities, stables or a horse that travels to rodeos and other events.

        Pneumabort (EHV-1) is for pregnant mares-  given at 5, 7 and 9 months of gestation.


Horse Deworming

Horses should be dewormed every 3-4 months.
The dewormer used should be rotated, for example:

FEB – Equimax (ascarids, strongyles, pins, tapeworms & bots)
MAY – Panacur (ascarids, strongyles, lung, hooks, & pins)
AUG – Strongid (ascarids, strongyles, lung, hooks & pins)
NOV – Ivercide (ascarids, strongyles, lung, hooks, pins and bots)


Cattle Vaccination Schedule

For what vaccinations to give your cattle and when please call our office and we can go over a specific schedule that will work best for your herd’s particular needs.