It is very important that your dog receives his initially course of primary vaccinations and the first annual vaccination thereafter at the age of 12 to 15 months old.
Your dog will have a thorough health check each year, and receive booster vaccinations according to current risks in your local area, lifestyl of your dog and current best practice knowledge.
We may also recommend vaccinations against Kennel Cough on entering kennels, dogs shows or if you use a dog walker, or mix in areas with many dogs routinely.
Rabies vaccination is also given fro dogs travelling abroad, please see our section on Pet Passports.
It is very important that your cat receives their first vaccinations at 9 and 12 weeks old and then annually after that.
After the primary kitten course of vaccinations, your cat will have a thorough health check each year, and receive booster vaccinations for the rest of their life.
Rabies vaccination is also given for cats traveling abroad, please see our section on Pet Passports.
This is Joseph he was found at the side of the road thought to be dead, he was close to death with cat Flu. Joseph did make a good recovery, however he still to this day suffer with his eyes, a result of the infection.