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We strongly advise all clients have their dogs and cats vaccinated against several viral and bacterial diseases, some of which can be fatal.  The incidence of some of these diseases has decreased over the years, but only due to continued vaccination of the vast majority of pets around the country.

Puppies should receive their first vaccination from 6 weeks of age, and the second from 10 weeks of age.  Kittens can be vaccinated from 9 weeks of age, with the second injection 3 weeks later.

Yearly booster vaccination is essential to maintain full protection.

The vaccination includes a full clinical examination of your pet and the opportunity to discuss any health concerns you may have, as well as advice on a suitable flea and worm control programme.


Dog Vaccinations

Canine Infectious Hepatitis
Parainfluenza virus

Kennel cough

Cat Vaccinations

Herpes virus
Panleukopenia virus
Feline Leukaemia

Rabbit Vaccination


Viral Haemorrhagic Disease

We can also vaccinate dogs against kennel cough, an additional vaccine which is squirted up the nose instead of injected.  Kennel cough is common where dogs come into close contact with others, such as in boarding kennels.  This can be given at the same time as the routine booster vaccinations.

Two Rivers Vets, Biggar 01899 220073, Peebles 01721 722879
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