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Pet Vaccinations in Roseville, MN

One of the most important parts of the preventative care we give your pet is our pet vaccinations in Roseville, MN. These help to prevent serious and potentially life-threatening diseases. The rabies vaccine is especially essential, as this deadly disease has no cure and can infect humans as well. In fact, many cities and states require that all dogs be vaccinated against rabies.

We’re happy to give you more information about vaccinations, including which vaccinations would be recommended for your pet and with what frequency. Our preventative procedures give your dog or cat the best quality of life and longest lifespan possible.

Puppy and Dog Vaccinations

Starting at 6-8 weeks old, puppies need shots to stay healthy. Their first year, particularly the time after they’ve been weaned from their mother’s milk, is when they need them the most, and some shots may be needed more than once. If you’re not sure whether your dog has been vaccinated or your dog is more than 16 weeks old and is not up to date on shots, bring him or her in right away so our veterinarians can recommend a course of action. Some of the conditions puppies are vaccinated for are:

  • Distemper
  • Parainfluenza
  • Parvo virus
  • Corona virus
  • Leptospirosis
  • Rabies
  • Bordetella
  • Lyme disease
  • Influenza

Kitten and Cat Vaccinations

Kittens need vaccines at a young age too, because the antibodies they get from their mother begin to decrease at 6-8 weeks old. We help them build their immunity to keep them from getting preventable diseases. The vaccination schedule we give you is tailor-made to your cat based on his or her age, health, lifestyle, and other factors. You’ll receive all of the information you need to know about the following immunizations and boosters:

  • FVRCP (distemper)
  • FELV (feline leukemia virus)
  • Rabies
  • FeLv/FIV blood testing

Deworming and Heartworm Treatments

Both dogs and cats can be infected with a variety of parasites. Routine stool sample analysis and specific blood testing can help identify parasitic infection that may be otherwise difficult to detect. Additionally, several gastrointestinal parasites may be zoonotic, or transmissible to people. Our pet vaccinations and wellness services can include testing for worms and other parasites allowing for prompt and proper treatment. We consider it an honor and a pleasure to enhance your friend’s health and happiness however we can.