COVID-19 update: Client advice on what to do during the Coronavirus crisis
Protect your pet against dangerous illnesses
Regular vaccinations are important to protect your pet from dangerous diseases. Vaccinations allow your pet's immune system to recognise infections and rapidly respond to protect your pet's health. A non-harmful strain of the bacteria or virus is injected into your pet, allowing it to safely build up immunity to potentially serious infections.
It's important to vaccinate your pets from any early age. Puppies require shots at 8 and 12 weeks, with a yearly booster - a great time to discuss your pet's health with your vet. Kittens require two shots starting at 9 and 12 weeks.
Your pet's health is important to us at Station Veterinary Surgery. We will contact all pets on our register when it's time for their annual booster shot. While you're here for that, let us take care of all your pet's needs, including flea and tick treatment and neutering. We can also microchip your pet for easy identification if they're ever lost.
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