We vaccinate against four main infectious diseases: Feline Enteritis, Cat Flu, Feline Leukaemia Virus and Chlamydia. These diseases can be picked up easily from the enviroment and also from unvaccinated cats. They are contagious and can be life threatening, but needless to say they are preventable with the correct vaccination.
When your new kitten or cat comes to us for vaccination, they will recieve a full free health check which may help to pick up any health problems early, free flea treatment and also four weeks free insurance with Petplan if required. This insurance will cover you for any accident or illness which may occur in the first four weeks after the initial health check (it will not cover any problems picked up at the initial consultation).
The vaccination course consists of two injections three to five weeks apart, and subsequent booster vaccinations of one injection each year thereafter. Your kitten is able to have the first vaccination no earlier than nine weeks of age, with the second at twelve weeks of age.
Dogs may be at risk from many infectious and sometimes deadly diseases, protection from which is provided through vaccination. Each dog should have an initial vaccination course of two injections approximately two to four weeks apart, followed up with annual boosters. These vaccinations provide effective protection against the four main life threatening deseases: Parvovirus, Distemper, Leptospirosis & Hepatitis, all preventable in a fully vaccinated dog!
At Robson & Prescott we provide a free puppy health check, free flea treatment and four weeks free insurance with Petplan along with your puppies first vaccinations. This thorough health check helps detect any health problems early, and the free insurance covers you for any problems that may occur after the initial consultation (it will not cover any illness or injury present at the initial vaccination consultation).
Vaccination is safe and reliable, giving your dog the best chance of a long, happy, healthy life. We send out yearly reminders a month before your dogs booster is due.
In puppies, the first vaccination can be given at 8 weeks, with the second being administered at 12 weeks.
No reputable kennels will board your dog without an up to date vaccine certificate.