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Pet Vaccinations in Cockeysville, MD

Protect your pets from serious illnesses and infections by keeping them up-to-date on their shots. At Padonia Veterinary Hospital, we offer affordable pet vaccinations in Cockeysville, MD, and the surrounding area. Ensuring your furry friends have the proper pet immunizations is the most important thing you can do to keep them healthy and happy. Make an appointment with our veterinary team today for dog vaccinations and cat vaccinations.

Recommended Schedule for Dog Vaccinations

Speak to one of our vets to determine the safest and most effective schedule of dog vaccinations for your pet. It is generally recommended that puppies receive a parvovirus immunization at five weeks old and a five-way combination vaccine at six and nine weeks.

At 12 weeks old, your puppy can have his or her first rabies shot. This is also the recommended time for a seven-way combination vaccination. Booster shots may be needed as your puppy grows into an adult.

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Recommended Schedule for Cat Vaccinations

Find out the best schedule of cat vaccinations for your particular feline by consulting with a veterinarian from our animal hospital. Most vets recommend that kittens receive a feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, and calicivirus combination vaccine at six or seven weeks old.

At 10 weeks, 13 weeks, 16 weeks, and 19 weeks, further combination vaccine are needed. The first rabies vaccine can be administered to cats 12 weeks of age or older. Your cat may require booster shots as he or she ages.

Get the Rabies Vaccine Regularly for Full Protection

Protect your pets from rabies and prevent the spread of the disease by having them vaccinated regularly at our clinic.

According to Maryland state law, all dogs and cats four mouths and older must receive the rabies vaccine, even if they do not go outside. After the first rabies vaccine administration, your cat or dog should receive a booster one year later. At that point, a new shot is needed only once every three years.

Effective Treatments for Worms

In addition to pet immunizations, our animal care center also provides effective treatments for parasitic worms. Dogs and cats are popular hosts for worms, so most pets will be infected by them at some point in their lifespan. Most parasitic worms live in the intestines and can be diagnosed with a stool sample. Once our vets confirm the presence of worms, we recommend an effective treatment to take care of the infection. We also diagnose and treat heartworms in both dogs and cats.

Contact our animal hospitals for more information on the effective and affordable pet vaccinations we offer. We proudly serve Cockeysville, Lutherville-Timonium, Hunt Valley, Towson, and Sparks, MD, as well as the surrounding areas.