Pet Vaccinations in Wyomissing
Protecting Pets in Berks County, PA
Vaccines are one of the most important steps of preventative pet health care. At Wyomissing Animal Hospital, we offer a wide variety of vaccines that will protect your animal from common preventable diseases. For kittens and puppies, an initial set of vaccinations are especially important, as their immune systems are highly susceptible to illness and need to be protected early on. Our veterinarians can set up a vaccination schedule to make sure they are always up to date.
Some of the most common diseases that vaccines can prevent include:
- Lyme disease
To learn more about vaccinating your pet or to make an appointment, call us at (610) 850-9705 today!
Vaccine Information for Dogs & Cats
Vaccinations are an important part to the well-being of our pets. They protect our pets from potentially deadly viral diseases. At Wyomissing Animal Hospital, we offer core and non-core vaccinations according to the American Animal Hospital Association. Our Berks County veterinarians will be able to individually assess protocols based on the pet's risk factors, life stage, and lifestyle. An informed pet parent leads to a healthy pet. Review some important vaccination information for dogs and cats below.
Core Vaccinations include:
- DHPPi Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo, and Parainfluenza viruses
Non-core vaccinations include:
CatsCore vaccinations include:
- FVRCP Rhinotracheitis, calici, and panleukopenia viruses
Non-core vaccinations include:
- FeLV - Feline leukemia virus
Vaccines Protect More than Just Your Pet
In addition to making sure your pet is protected, getting them vaccinated can also protect you and your family. Many diseases that unvaccinated pets can contract could possibly spread to their human family. If you have children, it’s even more important, as their immune systems have not completely built up a tolerance to a variety of diseases.
We’ll Customize Your Pet’s Vaccination Plan
Our Berks County veterinarians don’t believe in administering every vaccine simply because it is available. We only provide what is necessary depending on your pet’s needs and lifestyle. There are numerous factors that will determine his or her vaccination schedule, including age, environment, whether they are indoor or outdoor pets, and their current health. We will discuss all of this with you during your appointment.
There is a lot to know about vaccines, so if you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have.
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