Annual Dog Vaccinations

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Protect Your Four-Legged Friends

Annual dog vaccinations are one of the most important measures of preventative care for your companion and are one of the most effective ways of building a solid foundation for health and wellness.

The House Call Vet are passionate about pets and offers comprehensive vaccination services for all life stages of your furry friend. Our mission is to ensure that all pet and their owners have access to the most affordable care, without compromising on the quality and reliability of treatment. Protect your dogs and book your annual vaccination with Brisbane’s finest!

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Is Your Dog Vaccinated?

Prevention is better than cure, and dogs require regular vaccinations to maintain immunity against fatal, yet preventative diseases. Even if once-common illnesses are now rare, annual dog vaccination is nevertheless strongly advised since many of these dangerous disease agents can still be present in the environment.

Every dog is different, and a variety of factors might determine which vaccine is best for your pet. Age, breed, gender, surroundings, family, general health, and danger of exposure are all factors to consider.

While taking your dog to the vet for vaccinations, boosters, or titers may seem inconvenient, the benefits of these simple and routine procedures are incalculable. When you pick The House Call Vet, you can be confident that your pet will receive the best care possible. With care, compassion, and devotion, we aim to satisfy your needs for first-rate veterinary care.

Core Annual Dog Vaccinations

Protect Your Dog Against Fatal Disease

No matter their age, lifestyle, or risk of exposure, all dogs are at risk of contracting several contagious and serious illnesses. As such, all dogs are required to receive core vaccinations (or C5 Vaccinations) which are essential to the health of your pet. Non-core vaccinations are administered based on the lifestyle of your pet to protect your pet from diseases common in certain environments.

With a range of vaccines available for a variety of illnesses, determining the best vaccine routine for your dog can seem daunting. Have no fear! The experienced team at The House Call Vet will work with you to determine what your pet needs to ensure they are safe and protected.

C5 Core Vaccinations Protect Against:

Canine Distemper

Distemper is a highly contagious disease that affects a dog's nervous system. The virus is spread through contact with contaminated bodily fluids, such as saliva, blood, and urine. Thankfully because of vaccination, distemper is not as common as it once was. However cases do still emerge, especially in low vaccination areas, so it is important to stay vaccinated.

Infectious Canine Hepatitis

Canine hepatitis is a viral infection that attacks the liver. Spread by faeces, urine, saliva, blood and nasal discharge, this disease can also spread to the eyes and kidneys. Severe cases can also have nervous system symptoms as well as spontaneous bleeding.

Canine Parvovirus

Parvovirus is a highly contagious disease that is easily spread through contact with contaminated faeces. The virus attacks the gastrointestinal system of young dogs, causing severe diarrhoea and vomiting, which can often lead to fatal dehydration.


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Non-Core Dog Vaccinations

Canine Parainfluenza

Canine parainfluenza is a contagious respiratory disease. While not dangerous in itself, this can make your pet feel very ill and it is possible for a pet to develop secondary pneumonia from this disease which can be life-threatening.

Bordetella Bronchiseptica

This is not a virus but a type of bacteria. When combined with parainfluenza, it attacks the upper respiratory tract of dogs and causes a harsh dry cough.

Leptospira interrogans

Leptospira interrogans is a type of bacteria that is spread through the urine of infected animals. It can cause severe liver and kidney damage as well as jaundice. Hower, this vaccine is usually given when your dog is young, lives in a relevant geographic area and has a higher chance of infection.

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