Pride Veterinary Centre offers a range of routine vaccinations for your dog, cat or rabbit.
You pet's vaccination appointment will always include a health check by a Vet to ensure they are fit and healthy and this gives you the chance to address any concerns you have about your pet's general health. Don't forget that if you are a member of our VIP Pet Club, your pet's vaccinations are included as part of your membership (not including Kennel Cough)
Below are some of the diseases that we vaccination against. Please click on the titles to find out more about vaccination:
We vaccination against a number of potentially fatal diseases in dogs.
Parvo virus - Can be fatal especially in young puppies and causes severe vomiting and diarrhoea.
Leptospirosis - Can be fatal and causes damage to the liver and kidneys.
Infectious Canine Hepatitis - Can often be fatal and can cause damage to the liver, kidneys and eyes. This is often accompanied by a fever.
Distemper - Can often be fatal and causes vomiting, diarrhoea, respiratory problems and nervous system changes.
Kennel Cough - Kennel cough is a mixture of viral and bacterial infections. It causes a dry harsh hacking cough. Rarely it can progress to pneumonia.
Feline Herpes Virus - Can cause an upper respiratory disease and eye problems. Some cats can become latently infected the problem reoccurring multiple times later in life.
Feline Calicivirus - Can cause upper respiratory disease, long term gum problems, and painful joints.
Feline Leukaemia Virus - This is fatal. It can cause a suppressed immune system and anaemia and will often cause a fatal cancer.
Feline Panleukopenia Virus - This can be often fatal in kittens. Some animals can pass away with no symptoms except lethargy and fever. Others can have severe vomiting and diarrhoea. If a cat is infected while carrying kittens the kittens can be born with poor brain development.
Myxomatosis - This is a viral infection that is almost always fatal. The affect rabbits start with lumps on their ears and genitals, they then develop conjunctivitis and the rabbit becomes blind.
Viral Haemorrhagic Disease - These rabbits develop a fever, bleeding from the nose and eyes and often convulsions. More often than not they are found dead in their cage.