All Pets Veterinary Hospital

Veterinary vaccination guidelines

Vaccinations

All Pets Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your pet. We feel that following the proper vaccination schedule will extend the life of your pet.

Below you will find a comprehensive listing of the recommended vaccination schedule for dogs and cats according to their ages.

Before we at All Pets Veterinary Hospital begin a vaccination or health care regimen for your pet, we consult with you to develop a specific plan of action tailored to meet your petís needs. We enjoy having you as an active participant planning what is best for your petís health.

All Pets Veterinary Hospitalís vaccination recommendations are based on the American Animal Hospital AssociationĎs vaccination guidelines.

Our Vaccination Guidelines for Puppies/Dogs Include:

  • 8-9 weeks
    • Vaccination DA2PP #1 (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus) & Bordetella #1 (if your pet will be going to a groomer, dog park or boarding kennel)
  • 11-12 weeks
    • Vaccination DA2PP #2 (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus) & Bordetella #2 (if your pet will be doing to a groomer, dog park or boarding kennel)
  • 15-16 weeks
    • Vaccination DA2PP #3 (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus) & Rabies

All Pets Veterinary Hospitalís doctors recommend a follow up examination and the appropriate vaccinations in one year. We also recommend spaying or neutering your puppy by six months of age.

  • Age 1 Year
    • Vaccinations: DA2PP, Rabies, Bordetella (every six months)
  • Age 2 to 4 Years
    • Vaccinations: DA2PP (at 2 years of age); Parvo (at 3 years of age); Rabies (at 4 years of age); Bordetella (every six months)
  • Age 5 to 7 Years
    • Vaccinations: DA2PP (at 5 years of age); Parvo (at 6 years of age); Rabies (at 7 years of age); Bordetella (every six months)
  • Ages 8 and Older - Typically the Senior Years
    • Vaccinations: DA2PP (at 8 & 11 years of age); Parvo (at 9 & 12 years of age); Rabies (at 10 & 13 years of age); Bordetella (every six months)

Note: After 13 years of age some vaccinations may not be considered appropriate for your dog. We will gladly discuss your senior dogís vaccinations needs with you.

Our Vaccination Guidelines for Kittens/Cats Include:

  • 8-9 weeks
    • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) test
    • FVRCP #1 - Panleukopenia (Distemper); Rhinotracheitis (Herpes); Calicivirus
    • FeLV #1 - Feline Leukemia
  • 11-12 weeks
    • FVRCP #1 - Panleukopenia (Distemper); Rhinotracheitis (Herpes); Calicivirus
    • FeLV #2 - Feline Leukemia
  • 15-16 weeks
    • FVRCP #3 - Panleukopenia (Distemper); Rhinotracheitis (Herpes); Calicivirus & Rabies

All Pets Veterinary Hospitalís doctors recommend a follow up examination and the appropriate vaccinations in one year. We also recommend spaying or neutering your kitten by six months of age.

  • Age 1 Year
    • Vaccinations: FVRCP; FeLV (indoor/outdoor); Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
  • Age 2 to 4 Years
    • Vaccinations: 2 Years of Age: Rhinotracheitis/Calici; FeLV (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations:3 Years of Age: Panleukopenia (FPV); FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations:4 Years of Age: FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
  • Age 5 to 7 Years
    • Vaccinations: 5 Years of Age: Rhinotracheitis/Calici; FeLV (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations: 6 Years of Age: Panleukopenia (FPV); FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations: 7 Years of Age: FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
  • Age 8 and Older - Typically the Senior Years
    • Vaccinations: 8 & 11 Years of Age: Rhinotracheitis/Calici; FeLV (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations: 9 & 12 Years of Age: Panleukopenia (FPV); FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)
    • Vaccinations: 10 & 13 Years of Age: FeLV & Rabies (indoor/outdoor)

Note: After 13 years of age certain vaccinations may not be considered appropriate for your cat.