Canine Vaccination Schedule

  • At six weeks, we start the initial puppy vaccinations along with deworming. We may also send you home with information about heartworm prevention and flea and tick medications.
  • At nine weeks, your puppy will need another vaccination and more deworming medication.
  • At twelve weeks, your puppy will be old enough for his or her first Rabies vaccination and will also need a distemper booster.
  • At fifteen to sixteen weeks, your puppy should receive his or her last booster vaccination.
  • At six to eight months, your puppy will be ready to be spayed or neutered.
  • After your pet has had all the boosters, he or she will be due for vaccinations every year and may also be able to start to receive some of the vaccinations every three years, though you should still get a yearly checkup done. We also recommend continuing heartworm preventative and flea and tick medication year-round to keep your puppy healthy.

Feline Vaccination Schedule:

  • At six weeks, we start the initial kitten vaccinations along with deworming. We will also use this time to go over home care. If possible, we may send you home with a flea medication.
  • At nine weeks, your kitten will need another vaccination and deworming.
  • At twelve weeks, your kitten is old enough for the Rabies vaccination and will also need a distemper booster.
  • At fifteen to sixteen weeks, your kitten will get the last booster.
  • We recommend spaying or neutering kittens at six months old.
  • After your pet has had all the boosters, he or she will be due for vaccinations every year. Some vaccinations can last for three years, though we still recommend a yearly examination to keep your cats healthy.