Pet Vaccinations Brisbane

Ensure that your pet is up to date with their full set of pet vaccinations in Brisbane.

Pet Vaccinations Brisbane

Preventative Care For Pets Of All Ages

At The House Call Vet, we believe that preventative care is the key to keeping your pets happy and healthy. We understand that your pets are part of your family and are a team dedicated to providing them with the best possible care.

That’s why our team of highly qualified and experienced Brisbane veterinarians are here to provide pet vaccinations that can help keep your beloved companions safe from serious diseases.

With our caring and compassionate approach to preventive care, you can rest assured that your pets are in good hands. Make sure your furry friend is protected! Schedule their vet vaccinations today and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing they’re safe and healthy!

Kitten & Cat Vaccinations

Cats are curious creatures who love to explore. But with exploration comes the risk of exposure to diseases. That's why we offer vaccinations designed to protect your feline friend, so they can continue to explore the world safely and without worry!

Dog & Puppy Vaccinations

Our dog and puppy vaccinations are an essential part of your dog's preventative care schedule, ensuring that they stay protected from harmful diseases and can continue to live an active and fulfilling life by your side.

Flexible Booking Benefits

We offer flexible booking benefits that allow us to schedule similar non-urgent procedures on the same day. This allows us to provide the highest quality of care for your furry friend while also keeping costs down!

The Importance Of Vaccines For Brisbane Vets

About Brisbane Pet Vaccinations

The importance of protecting your pet against disease cannot be overstated. Our vet vaccination services offer a convenient and stress-free way to get your pet protection from infectious diseases.

When your pet is vaccinated, it stimulates their immune system to fight off diseases, preventing them from getting sick. Here are a few benefits of getting your pet vaccinated with our mobile vet vaccinations:

So why wait? Schedule an appointment with our Brisbane veterinarians today and give your furry friend the best possible protection.


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Brisbane Pet Vaccines For Your Companions

Vaccine Schedules for Cats & Dogs

At The House Call Vet, we offer an individualised vaccination schedule for both cats and dogs. Depending on your pet’s age, medical history, lifestyle, and habits, our experienced pet vaccinations for particular diseases.

Our team of Brisbane veterinarians will work with you to determine the best vaccine schedule for your pet, ensuring they receive the protection they need to live a healthy and happy life. Our vaccination schedules are designed to provide optimal protection against infectious diseases.

Adult Cat & Kitten Vaccinations

We recommend giving the first vaccination at 8 weeks, followed by a booster vaccination at 12 weeks, and a third and final vaccination at 16 weeks to ensure complete immunity.

Adult Dog & Puppy Vaccinations

We suggest the first vaccination at 6-8 weeks, followed by a booster vaccination at 10-12 weeks, and a third and final vaccination at 14-16 weeks to protect them against a range of infectious diseases.

Annual Vaccinations & Boosters

For both adult dogs and adult cats, we recommend annual vaccinations to maintain immunity against life-threatening diseases.

Core Vaccines Vs Non Core Vaccines Brisbane

Protect Your Pet Against Infectious Disease

Vaccinations are an essential part of keeping your furry friend healthy and protected from disease. Not only do they help prevent the spread of harmful viruses and bacteria, but can save your pet’s life from potentially fatal diseases!

We offer both core vaccines and non-core vaccines and can tailor your pet’s vaccination program and schedule to keep them healthy! 

Core vaccines are vaccines that are crucial for all pets because they protect against diseases that are widespread across Brisbane and Australia and have serious health consequences if not protected against. Core vaccines are considered essential for the health and wellbeing of your pet.

Examples of core vaccines for dogs include:

  • Canine Distemper
  • Infectious Canine Hepatitis
  • Canine Parvovirus

For cats, core vaccines include:

  • Feline Panleukopaenia
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus
  • Feline Calicivirus

If you suspect your pet has contracted any of the above, it is crucial to contact The House Call Vet immediately to ensure they receive the care they need and prevent the spread of these highly contagious diseases. 

Non-core vaccines are optional vaccinations and are recommended based on your pet’s lifestyle and risk of exposure to certain diseases. Non-core vaccines are not required for all pets but may be recommended depending on factors such as age, breed, and your pet’s environment.

Examples of non-core vaccines for dogs include:

  • Canine Parainfluenza
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica/ Canine Cough
  • Leptospira Interrogans

For cats, non-core vaccines include:

  • FeLV Vaccine
  • Chlamydophilia Felis Vaccine
  • FIV Vaccination

Mobile Vet Vaccinations Brisbane

Accessible & Affordable Preventative Care

Our mobile vet vaccination service in Brisbane brings the clinic to your doorstep, providing a stress-free and convenient option for keeping your pets healthy. Our highly qualified and experienced veterinarians will administer vaccinations in the comfort of your own home!

Our mobile vet vaccinations are perfect for pets who get anxious or stressed in new environments, or for pet owners who have difficulty getting to a clinic. 

With The House Call Vet, you can rest assured that your pet is receiving the highest level of care in the comfort of their own home. Schedule an appointment with our Brisbane mobile vet team today and take the first step towards protecting your beloved pet against potentially fatal diseases!

Learn More About Pet Vaccinations Brisbane

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about the importance of vaccinating your pets. Have another question? Get in touch with The House Call Vet today and our team of experts can assist. 

Keeping your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date is crucial for a healthy lifestyle and proper pet development. The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) recommend that every dog and cat must receive core vaccines to prevent widespread life-threatening diseases.

At The House Call Vet we can discuss the best vaccination schedule and types of vaccines to ensure your pet is protected.

The waiting period between each vaccine will depend on your pet’s age.

For adult pets, it is common practice in Australia to have them vaccinated every twelve months, new research has shown that some vaccinations can be effective for more than a year.

For younger pets, their vaccination schedule will usually include three vaccinations in a period over six months.

This depends on how old your pet was when they received their last vaccine. For young pets who are more than 2 weeks late for their vaccination, their immune system will no longer be as active, and this means that there will be less of an immune response from the subsequent vaccination. However, if too much time has elapsed between vaccinations, our vets may discuss restarting the vaccination course.

For the treatment to work as effectively as possible, your pet should not be younger than six weeks when they start receiving their first vaccine.


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