Family pets should be up-to-date on necessary vaccinations in order to live long, healthy lives. Most vaccinations are quick, pain-free and provide protection from common diseases such as Parvo, Distemper and Kennel Cough. These diseases are contagious and can be prevented with proper vaccination schedules.

Regular, scheduled vaccinations for puppies and kittens are extremely important in order to prevent illness and disease. Young animals have immature immune systems and vaccinations are a primary factor in preventing unnecessary illness. Were you aware that indoor cats can be susceptible to disease even if they do not go outdoors?! At Hart Family Veterinary Clinic, we will recommend a vaccination schedule specific to your pet’s lifestyles.

Dr. Fuller listening to our patient Cruz's heart before giving his vaccines. Distemper, Parvo, and Rabies are given as injections and Kennel Cough is administered in the nose as shown in the picture above.