As a pet owner, you want the best for your four-legged companion. That is why you should ensure your cat or dog’s health with pet vaccinations in Winnipeg through Mobile Veterinary Hospital. Our staff members are trained in administering the most important vaccines for dogs and cats, protecting them from diseases that are dangerous but largely preventable. The peace of mind peace of mind that comes with getting your pet vaccinated lasts as long as your pet is with you. So if you’re thinking of getting a kitten or puppy, or want to check on your current pet’s vaccination status, contact Mobile Veterinary Hospital for an in-home pet vaccination appointment today.
The Types of Pet Vaccinations in Winnipeg Your Animal Needs
Just like humans, cats and dogs have different immune systems, and are affected by different viruses and diseases. Here are some of the most common vaccines for puppies and kittens, when the first dose should be administered, and how often subsequent boosters should be given.
We provide the necessary vaccines for puppies, including but not limited to rabies, adenovirus, parvovirus and distemper. Common vaccinations for kittens include rabies, feline distemper, herpesvirus and calicivirus. Initial vaccinations start as early as 6 weeks old, so it’s important to get pet your pet vaccinated at an early age. When you book an in-home visit, we can discuss the appropriate vaccination schedule for your furry friend.
A Mobile Vet for Unforeseen Circumstances
At Mobile Veterinary Hospital, we understand that life is unpredictable. That’s why our business works for individuals who have busy schedules or who may encounter unforeseen circumstances. We offer mobile pet vaccinations in Winnipeg for animals that may be too ill to go outside, and need someone to come to their home to vaccinate them. Likewise, owners may have a problem getting their pet to a vet due to scheduling or physical restriction, a solution to which is a mobile veterinarian.
To set up a vaccination session for your cat or dog, give us a call at Regent Avenue Veterinary Clinic, and we will help protect your furry friend from disease.