Annual Dog Vaccinations
Keep your furry friend happy, healthy and protected with dog vaccinations at our Brisbane clinic
Keep Up To Date With Annual Dog Vaccinations
Protect Your Four-Legged Friends
Revolutionising the control of infectious diseases, vaccinations promote longevity and reduce the risk of infection from common yet fatal diseases. Annual dog vaccinations are one of the most important measures of preventative care for pets 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 offer comprehensive vet services – from routine and emergency care to vaccinations and more. 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 vaccination with Brisbane’s finest!
Is Your Dog Vaccinated?
Prevention Is Better Than Cure
Vaccination has revolutionised the control of infectious diseases in our canine companions. However, this does not protect them for the rest of their lives. Dogs require regular vaccinations to maintain immunity against fatal, yet preventative diseases.
While puppies are protected against many diseases by antibodies received through their mother’s milk, this declines in the first few months of their lives. As such, it is recommended that a vaccination schedule begins when your companion is still a puppy.
Even if once-common illnesses are now rare, vaccination is nevertheless strongly advised since many of these dangerous disease agents are often still present in the environment. Taking your dog to the vet for vaccinations, boosters, or titers may seem inconvenient, however, the illnesses against which humans are immunized are lethal and expensive to treat.
Keeping Dogs Healthy Across Brisbane
Protect Your Dog Against Fatal Disease
Similar to human vaccinations, annual dog vaccinations contain a small amount of viral and bacterial antigens that are designed to build up your pet’s immunity and develop a protective response against the disease. If your pet comes into contact with a virus but has been vaccinated, their system has already learnt the natural response to fight it off, keeping them happy and healthy!
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. When you pick The House Call Vet, you can be confident that your pet will receive the best care possible, whether you require an annual booster vaccine or have a puppy that needs their first injections. With care, compassion, and devotion, we aim to satisfy your needs for first-rate veterinary care in Brisbane!
Core & Non-Core Dog Annual Vaccines
What Do Annual Vaccinations Do?
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.
Where core vaccinations 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.
Here is an overview of the diseases that vaccinations will help your pet to avoid:
Canine Distemper is a highly contagious viral disease that affects a dog’s respiratory tract (lungs), gastrointestinal tract (gut) and nervous system (brain).
Infectious canine hepatitis or canine adenovirus is a viral disease spread by contact with infected animals, their stools, urine or saliva. It affects the liver, kidneys and cells lining the blood vessels.
Canine Parvovirus, also known as Cat Flu, is is a very common viral disease that is deadly and usually strikes young puppies. It spreads by infected dogs’ blood, stools or vomit.
Canine Parainfluenza is another infectious viral disease that can be one of the causes of Bordetella Bronchiseptica or “kennel cough”. It affects the respiratory tract and spreads quickly among dogs close to one another.
Rabies is a viral infection that affects the central nervous system and can result in paralysis or death which is why this vaccination is so crucial for your puppy’s health. Sometimes, a titre test is performed to test if your pet has been immunised against rabies if proof of vaccination is needed
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Affordable. Accessible. Reliable.
The House Call Vet strive to make our veterinary care affordable for all pet owners and continue to grow our service areas to ensure all pets across Brisbane have the opportunity to receive the best care possible.
We run a complimentary pet transport service that makes organising in-clinic procedures easy and stress-free!
For non-urgent, in-clinic procedures ask about our Flexible Booking Benefit. By allowing us to choose the day and clinic for your pet’s procedure, we are able to improve cost and efficiency by booking similar procedures on the same day.