Vaccination is an important part of preventative health care for your pet. Some diseases that we vaccinate against are potentially life threatening, so all of us at Kernow Vets recommend that you routinely vaccinate your cats, dogs and rabbits.
Cats and dogs have a primary vaccination course then followed up by annual boosters to maintain immunity. Although the primary course is usually carried out when your pet is a kitten or puppy, this can be started at any age.
Below is information on which disease our routine vaccinations cover and their frequency
FREQUENCY OF VACCINE
Feline Herpes virus, Feline Calcivirus, and Feline Leukaemia virus
Feline panleucopaenia virus
Annually after primary vaccination given
Every 3 years
Leptospirosis – all current strains
Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus
Every 3 years after initial primary course
Myxomatosis and VHD
Vaccination for dogs is recommended annually and boarding kennels do not usually accept dogs that have not been vaccinated. This vaccine can be given from 3 weeks of age with an annual booster.
Also Remember that our Pet Health Club members get discounts on all the above vaccinations, please see our Pet Health Club section for further information or contact us at the surgery
Vaccination Price List (inc Vat)
Our routine vaccinations also include a full annual health check
Flu, Enteritis & Leukaemia £59.00
Flu, Enteritis & Leukaemia £43.00
Myxo & VHD combined
(prices correct as of 1st September 2019)