Long-term health and wellness for your pet starts at a young age. When you visit Day Creek Animal Hospital for a pet's first visit, you may discover that your pet needs certain shots and vaccinations. At our clinic, we offer pet shots based on your pet's needs and risks.
Why Vaccinate Your Pet?
Dog vaccinations and cat vaccinations are an essential part of your pet's health and well-being. You want to vaccinate a pet at an early age to prevent the risk of developing health concerns like distemper and rabies.
Recognize the possible risks to your pet's health, and provide solutions to limit the possibilities of developing an ailment. We also recognize that your pet may need a schedule that works for their current situation and well-being, so we set up a schedule based on their needs.
Core Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats
Core vaccinations for dogs and cats are the vaccines required for each pet in your home. They relate to common ailments and sicknesses that may harm your pet and cause complex challenges for long-term well-being.
The core dog vaccinations include:
- Canine distemper
- Canine parvovirus infection
- Canine hepatitis
A veterinarian may recommend additional vaccinations, like kennel cough or vaccines against Lyme's disease, if your dog has a risk of exposure to the health concerns.
The core cat vaccinations include:
- Feline panleukopenia
- Feline viral rhinotracheitis
- Feline calicivirus infection
Depending on the needs of your cat, vaccinations may include additional shots based on specific risks. We provide a variety of vaccines to help with potential concerns and risks that may impact your pet's health.
Talking to Our Veterinarian About Pet Vaccinations in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Our veterinarian, Dr. Sidhu offers advice and solutions for your cat or dog's long-term health. At Day Creek Animal Hospital, we evaluate your kitten or puppy before recommending a vaccination schedule for their health and well-being. In most cases, the schedule starts after your pet is weaned and before they reach a few months old.
Since young pets do not yet have a well-developed immune system, we recommend starting vaccinations at an early age. You may want to discuss their health and needs before your pets are weaned to ensure proper care and long-term wellness solutions at an early age. We may suggest waiting for certain vaccinations if your pet needs treatment for a specific ailment, but we suggest an individual plan after a check-up and an evaluation of your pet's current health.
Vaccinations play an essential role in long-term health and well-being of your pet. At our clinic, we recommend different treatment solutions after checking on your pet's health and ensuring that they have the right treatment for their needs. To learn more about keeping a pet healthy at every stage of life or to set up an appointment for pet vaccinations at Day Creek Animal Hospital, call (909)-683-4624 today.