Vaccinations

Protect your pets from harmful viruses & bacteria

You have received a new addition to your family. A new kitten or puppy perhaps? Congratulations! Their first few months are their most formative.  They are meeting their human family for the first time and getting accustomed to the world around them. They are most vulnerable at this stage to viruses and bacteria that may cause serious illness. They are all born with protection from their mothers, but this protection does not last for too long. It begins to wane around 7-8 weeks of life in puppies and nine weeks for kittens.  

 
To prevent serious illnesses, we recommend that puppies are vaccinated in four stages every 2-3 weeks beginning from 6-7 weeks of age and kittens in two steps starting at 9 weeks of age and repeated at 12 weeks. Once complete, immunisation occurs against harmful viruses and bacteria. They will get annual boosters hereafter.
Puppy vaccination schedule

Week 6
1st DA2PP (Distempter virus, Adenovirus, Parvovirus and Parainfluenza virus)

Week 8
2nd  DA2PP

Week 10
3rd DA2PP

Week 12
4th DA2PP, Leptospirosis (for at-risk animals)
Rabies

Kitten vaccination schedule

Week 9
1st  FeLV (Feline Leukaemia virus) and FVRCP (Feline rhinotracheitis virus, Feline calicivirus and Feline panleukopaenia virus)

Week 12
2nd FeLV and FVRCP

We want you to know that your pet is in good hands with our veterinary team.

Give us a call at 242 698 7387 and speak to one of our vets about the benefits of vaccination or request an appointment online.

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