Vaccinate to Prevent and Protect
The Importance of Pet Vaccinations
Summer is a fun time to venture outdoors with your pet to interact with nature and other animals. Unfortunately, this is also a dangerous time of year when it comes to the transmission of animal disease. We hope that before heading outside with your pet, you will make sure that your animal’s vaccinations have all been updated. Vaccination is a great way to protect your pet from many common diseases that spread throughout the wild and domesticated animal populations.
Immunization is a very effective and reasonably priced way to ensure that your animal stays safe and healthy.
It is important that dogs receive the 5-in-1 DHPP vaccine or the 6-in-1 DHLPP vaccine, the coronavirus vaccine, and the bordetella vaccine. Cats should be immunized with the 4-in-1 FVRCPC vaccine and the feline leukemia vaccine. The rabies vaccine is also necessary for both dogs and cats and is even required by law in most states.
To be sure that your pets will stay healthy and happy for many years to come, our Scarsdale veterinarians encourage you to protect your pets by keeping their vaccinations up to date.
Vaccinate at Our Veterinary Hospital
At Central Animal Hospital, we offer the vaccinations your pet needs to be safe when encountering other animals. We work very hard to ensure that the animals of Scarsdale, Westchester, and White Plains stay protected from these dangerous, preventable illnesses. Preventing animal disease transmission throughout New York is a top priority for each veterinarian and staff member at our animal hospital!
Vaccinations at our animal clinic are quick, relatively painless, and have minimal side effects. In addition, remember that keeping your pet’s shots current is much more cost effective than paying for medical treatment if your animal becomes ill with one of these serious diseases.
We would love to read your comments about pet vaccinations at our veterinary hospital.
What are some reasons you have for keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date?