Vaccinations

Protecting your pet’s health is our priority at Walnut Village Pet Hospital. Our vaccination services are tailored to keep your dogs and cats safe from preventable diseases. We provide personalized vaccination plans, including core and non-core vaccines, with a focus on your pet’s age and lifestyle. We’ll educate you on each vaccine’s purpose and potential side effects, ensuring you’re informed. Join us in safeguarding your pet’s health – schedule a vaccination appointment at Walnut Village Pet Hospital today. Together, we’ll create a protective shield for your beloved companions.

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It’s important to discuss your pet’s lifestyle and potential exposure to diseases with us so we can formulate an individualized vaccination plan that best suits their needs. This way, we can ensure that your pet receives the exact protection they require, providing optimal health and peace of mind.

Customized vaccine plans tailored to your pet's age and lifestyle

Core vaccines are important in pet healthcare as they protect against common and dangerous diseases that can significantly impact your pet’s quality of life. These vaccines are so named because most pets, regardless of their lifestyle or location, should receive them. They safeguard against diseases that are highly contagious, prevalent, or carry severe symptoms.

For dogs, core vaccines typically include protection against:

  • Rabies
  • Distemper
  • Canine parvovirus
  • Canine hepatitis
  • For cats, core vaccines guard against:
  • Rabies
  • Feline panleukopenia
  • Feline calicivirus
  • Feline herpesvirus type I

These diseases can be fatal, highlighting the importance of core vaccinations in maintaining your pet’s health and well-being.

Non-core vaccines aren’t universally necessary for all pets, but they can be essential based on a pet’s specific risk factors. These factors can include the pet’s age, breed, health status, and exposure to certain environments or lifestyles.

Non-core vaccines for dogs can protect against diseases such as:

  • Bordetella bronchiseptica (Recommended for most dogs)
  • Canine influenza
  • Leptospira bacteria (Recommended for most dogs)
  • Lyme disease

Non-core vaccines for cats may include:

  • Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) for cats older than one year
  • Bordetella
  • Chlamydophila

Education on each vaccine purpose and potential side effects

At Walnut Village Pet Hospital, we believe that knowledge is power. As part of our service, we take the time to explain the benefits and potential side effects of each vaccine your pet receives. We’ll provide you with a detailed overview of the diseases each vaccine guards against and why they are valuable to your pet’s health. We’ll also be transparent about any potential side effects, which are typically minimal and temporary, but important to understand.

Common side effects of the vaccine may include mild fever, decreased appetite, and slight swelling or discomfort at the injection site. We’re here to answer any question you may have, ensuring you feel comfortable and confident in the decisions you make for your pet’s health.

Vaccine Pricing List

Vaccines for DogsPrice
Rabies$15
DAPPv$25
Lepto$23
DAPPv + Lepto Combo $41
Influenza$51.46
Lyme$42
Vaccines for Cats
Rabies$15
FVRCP$25
FeLV$34.96
  • All NEW PETS must have an up to date physical exam ($50).
  • Existing patients may schedule a Technician/Assistant Visit ($15).
  • Vaccine Thursday – $3 off all vaccines
  • All office visits are subject to Medical/Hazardous Waste Disposal Fee ($3.95)
  • Prices subject to change

Ensure your pet is safe from preventable diseases

Vaccinations play a pivotal role in maintaining your pet’s health by shielding them from a variety of preventable diseases. However, their significance extends beyond the wellbeing of our pets. Many diseases that affect pets are zoonotic, meaning they can be transmitted from animals to humans. Vaccinating your pets not only keeps them healthy but also minimizes the risk of these diseases spreading to your family members.

Zoonotic diseases can vary in severity, from minor infections to life-threatening conditions. Some common examples include Rabies,  Lyme disease, and Leptospirosis. By ensuring your pets are up-to-date with both core and non-core vaccinations, you’re taking a crucial step in safeguarding the health of your entire household. It’s essential to recognize that a healthier pet means a healthier family. Thus, by protecting your pets, you’re also protecting your family and contributing to public health at large.

Give your beloved companion the best possible care and protection.

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