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Stay Current with Pet Immunizations in Roseville, MN

Keep your pet healthy from birth into their senior years by scheduling pet vaccinations. Whether you have an indoor or outdoor pet, it is important that he or she receives the necessary immunizations. Doing so ensures your puppy, kitten, dog, or cat stays healthy and happy for a lifetime. Contact Suburban Animal Hospital to schedule an appointment for pet immunizations in Roseville, MN.

Cat and dog vaccinations are one of the most effective forms of preventative care available. Considering how inexpensive these shots are when compared to dealing with long-term and dangerous diseases, it’s easy to see why we recommend them. So don’t put your pet’s health at risk. At our animal hospital, we are proud to provide preventative treatment that gives your dog or cat the best quality of life and longest lifespan possible.


Protect Your Pup with Dog Vaccinations

Whenever you take your dog out for a walk, you expose him to parasites, bugs, bacteria, and viruses that could cause illness. This is especially true for young puppies and elderly dogs. Take advantage of our dog vaccinations to ensure optimal health and prolonged life. In addition, certain vaccinations are required if you want to board your dog at a kennel. 

Prevent illnesses and other problems by vaccinating your pet. Our experienced and trained veterinarians have selected only the best vaccinations for your dog -- along with unparalleled treatment. Our vaccines protect against:

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

Kitten & Cat Vaccinations Prevent Serious Illnesses

Outdoor cats have an increased chance of contracting serious illnesses, especially if they hunt local wildlife. However, it is also important to note that indoor cats can also contract illnesses by coming into contact with substances tracked into the house or by other animals. Give yourself peace of mind with our cat vaccinations. They guard your feline against:
  • FVRCP (distemper)
  • FELV (feline leukemia virus)
  • Rabies
  • FeLv/FIV blood testing

Rabies Vaccine: An Animal Health Care Necessary

There is no cure for rabies. Once infected, the only humane option for an animal is euthanasia. But the rabies vaccine is a quick, easy way to protect any pet from this preventable disease. Puppies and kittens should receive their first immunization at 12 weeks of age. Your pet needs another vaccination again after one year, and then every three years. Call ahead or simply stop by our vet clinic and give your pet this vital treatment.

Contact us to learn more about our cat and dog vaccinations. We proudly serve Roseville, MN, and the surrounding areas.