Vaccinations & Boosters in Guisborough

Here at Jacqui Paterson’s we offer vaccinations and boosters to our clients in Guisborough and the surrounding areas, for animals of any age, which means it’s never too late to protect your pet.

When puppies, kittens and kits (baby rabbits) are born they are usually protected from infections by their mother’s antibodies, providing she has been regularly vaccinated. However, this protection only lasts a few weeks, so they need regular vaccinations from an early age. In the first few months of their lives, young pets will usually need two sets of initial vaccinations a couple of weeks apart, to ensure that they are fully protected from contagious diseases as early in to their life as possible whilst their natural immune system is still developing.

However, older pets need protecting too, as their immunity can decline. As a general rule, it is recommended your pet is vaccinated every year. Yearly “boosters” are required to ensure that you keep your pet’s immunity to diseases high. If you don’t bring your pet in for their animal booster, you could be leaving them at a greater risk to diseases.

A dog’s vaccination will protect them against:
– Distemper
– Canine Infections Hepatitis
– Canine Parvovirus (Parvo)
– Leptospirosis
– Kennel Cough, if required
– Rabies, if required

A cat’s’s vaccination will protect them against:
– Feline viral infectious respiratory disease (Cat flu)
– Feline Panleukopenia (Enteritis)
– Herpes
– Rabies, if required
– Feline Leukaemia

A rabbit’s vaccination will protect them against:
– Myxomatosis
– Viral Hemorrhagic Disease (VHD)

Our team at Guisborough are complete animal lovers, so we understand that your pet’s health and safety is of the upmost importance which is why vaccinating your companion should be high on your list of priorities. If you are looking to get your pet vaccinated or if you want to book in for your pet’s annual booster, make sure to give us a call on 01642 309696.

We also offer these services throughout the area, including Middlesbrough and Yarm.