Pride Rock Vets
We advise to get kitten vaccines at 9 and 12 weeks of age.The vaccines our team uses protect your kitten against panleukopenia (feline parvo), Feline Herpes, Feline Calicivirus (feline flu) and feline leukaemia (feline aids).
Your cat then receives a booster vaccine every year that keeps their immunity levels up to date.
Puppy vaccines are given at 8 weeks of age followed by a second vaccine at 10 weeks of age.
The vaccines used protect your puppy against Canine Parvo, Distemper, Hepatitis, Para-Influenza and leptospirosis.
Your puppy gets a yearly booster that keeps their immunity up to date.
Kennel Cough/ K-9 Cough vaccine
Kennel cough vaccine has notoriously been given only when your dog goes to a kennel. However, it can be picked up anywhere your dog is in proximity to other dogs. i.e. on walks, dog fun parks, agricultural shows, puppy training classes etc. Therefore, our advice is that every puppy should receive this vaccine.
Kennel Cough is a very contagious upper respiratory tract infection. Kennel Cough/K-9 Cough can be given at the same time your puppy receives their second vaccine. It is then given as a yearly booster to keep immunity levels high.
Rabies is given as part of the Pet Travel Scheme.
It is given to puppies/kittens that are over 12 weeks of age. It is then 21 days after this that the vaccine is effective. The rabies is given every 2 years to keep immunity levels high.
The vaccines used protects rabbits against Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease. Rabbits can receive their first vaccine from they are 5 weeks of age. After this they receive a yearly booster that keeps immunity levels high.
Pride Rock Vets
Unit 4, Enville Court
5 Castlewellan Road
028 4062 9396
M - F : 8:30am-7pm
Sat : 9:30am–1:30pm
Sun : Closed