Vaccinations

Why should I vaccinate my pet?

- Put simply - vaccinations save lives!

Vaccination plays a critical role in the maintenance of a healthy pet. Vaccinations have saved millions of pets’ lives, but it is important to note that vaccines are preventative rather then curative. You should have your healthy pet vaccinated regularly so as to maintain a healthy status. Vaccinating a sick animal is not going to help and, in fact, is not advised. Vaccinationg your pet can save you a lot of heartache. Vaccinations help prevent disease, thus saving lives, and preventing unnecessary medical expenses on deseased animals, which could have been avoided.

How do vaccines work?

Vaccines help to strengthen the immune system of your pet so that, when they are exposed to certain diseases, their body is able to fend off the infection totally, or reduce the severity of the desease.

When do we Vaccinate our Animals?

Puppys

1st Vaccination

R 360

6 weeks - includes deworming

2nd Vaccination

R 360

10 weeks - includes deworming

3rd Vaccination

R 400

14 weeks - includes deworming

Rabies

R 250

Rabies Only

Canine Yearly

R 400

Yearly vaccination from 12 months - includes deworming - includes Rabies

Canine Yearly & Kennel Cough

R 610

Yearly vaccination from 12 months - includes deworming - includes Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough

R 215

Vaccination for Kennel Cough only

Kittens

1st Vaccination

R 430

9 weeks - includes deworming

2nd Vaccination

R 480

12 weeks - includes deworming

Feline Yearly

R 480

Yearly vaccination from 12 months - includes deworming - includes Rabies & Leukemia

Leukemia Booster

R 250

Leukemia Booster

Vaccinations are done Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment only.