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Vaccinations

Our Pets are our family, so why not vaccinate, as prevention is better than cure. Vaccinations are essential to help prevent the spread of contagious, and sometimes fatal, diseases in our pets. Trust our team of highly experienced veterinary surgeons at Lower Plenty Veterinary Clinic servicing the eastern, northern and north eastern suburbs of Melbourne for over 30 years. Please call us on (03) 9439 0777 and find out about our most affordable prices (guaranteed to beat any price).


DOG VACCINATIONS

  C5 Vaccinations protect our dogs against

  • Canine Parvovirus
  • Canine Distemper
  • Canine Infectious Hepatitis
  • Parainfluenza virus (“kennel cough”)
  • Bordetella bronchiseptica (“kennel cough”)

 

PUPPY VACCINATION SCHEDULE

Puppies require a course of three injections given 4 weeks apart.

  • First vaccination: 6-8 weeks of age
  • Second vaccination: 10-12 weeks of age
  • Third vaccination: 14-16 weeks of age

 

Adult dogs require an annual vaccination booster. Alternatively, we can perform a blood titre test to check for adequate immunity against Canine Parvovirus, Canine Distemper and Canine Infectious Hepatitis.

 


 

CAT VACCINATIONS

 

F3 Vaccinations protect our cats against

  • Feline Panleukopaenia virus (Feline Enteritis)
  • Feline Calicivirus (“cat flu”)
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis virus (“cat flu”)

 

KITTEN VACCINATION SCHEDULE

 

Kittens require a course of 3 injections given 4 weeks apart

  • First vaccination: 8 weeks of age
  • Second vaccination: 12 weeks of age
  • Third vaccination: 16 weeks of age

 

Adult cats require an annual vaccination booster. Alternatively, we can perform a blood titre test to check for adequate immunity against Feline Panleukopenia virus, Calicivirus and Rhinotracheitis virus.

 


 

FELINE IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS VACCINATION (Feline AIDS)

 

Free roaming cats should also be vaccinated against Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, or Feline AIDS.

Kittens and adult cats require an initial course of 3 injections given 2-4 weeks apart. They may be given at the same time as F3 vaccinations. An annual vaccination booster is required to maintain adequate immunity.

 


 

RABBIT VACCINATION SCHEDULE

 

Cylap RCD vaccination protects our rabbits against Rabbit Calicivirus Disease, or Viral Haemorrhagic Disease.

Young rabbits usually require a course of 2 injections given 4-6 weeks apart, beginning at 6-8 weeks of age.

Adult rabbits require a booster vaccination every 6 months to maintain adequate immunity.

Please note that there is currently no vaccine available in Australia to protect against rabbit Myxomatosis.

 


 

FERRET VACCINATION SCHEDULE

 

Ferret vaccinations protect against Distemper virus.

Ferrets under 14 weeks of age require 2 injections given 4 weeks apart.

Adult ferrets require an annual vaccination booster.

 

Please call us on (03) 9439 0777 for more information and for pricing.