Pet Vaccinations Offer Protection from Disease
Much like with humans, who rely on vaccinations to protect them from contagious viruses and life-threatening diseases, our pets can benefit from vaccinations, too. Here at Custer McDermott Animal Hospital in Plano, we offer pet vaccinations as a way of keeping your loved one safe and healthy. It’s our sincerest wish that you and your pet be able to share many happy years together, and maintaining a consistent vaccine schedule can play a significant role in achieving that.
Our Canine & Feline Vaccines
Pet vaccinations are the first step in establishing your pet’s wellness routine when they’re young, and as they grow, we’ll administer them according to their individual lifestyle. In some cases, we’re willing to perform vaccine titers in place of vaccinations, if your pet is prone to having allergic reactions or you’re deeply concerned about the effects of vaccinations. We’ll be happy to discuss your options with you, because we want what’s absolutely best for your pet. We’re happy to be flexible with your pet’s healthcare routine if it means keeping them at their healthiest.
Cat and dog vaccines we offer for consideration include:
- Rattlesnake exposure
- Purvax rabies
- Feline Bordetella
Pet Vaccinations Can Keep Your Animal Companion Safe
Vaccinations can play an important part in your pet’s ongoing wellness regime, regardless of their species. Felines often go unvaccinated because many of them rarely, if ever, leave their houses, and their owners assume they’re safe from disease. While strictly indoor cats aren’t as likely to become infected compared to their outdoor counterparts, they could still be at risk. Be sure to talk to your veterinarian if you’re unsure of your options–we want you to know what’s available for your feline, and whether their lifestyle would benefit from vaccinations.
Are Vaccinations Right for Your Pet?
Our pets are living longer than ever, thanks to great strides in veterinary medicine. Pet vaccinations are one of the easiest ways to protect cats and dogs from harmful diseases they may encounter over the course of their life. For many pets, a regular vaccination schedule is essential to their longevity, but it’s important to know which vaccines your pet needs most. If you don’t know what they need aside from the rabies vaccine, give us a call, and we’ll set up an appointment for you. We’ll be happy to map out a vaccine regimen for your pet–just give us a call at (214) 644-5555.