Vaccinations are some of the most safe, reliable and effective tools available to protect your pet from a host of animal diseases and illnesses. They are not one-time injections that protect your pet indefinitely; they must be kept current in order to keep your pet from catching and spreading various illnesses. According to the most recent scientific research regarding pet vaccinations, the level of immunity for viral vaccines is nearly 100% for three years. Thus, pets should receive vaccinations for most viral diseases every three years.
At Woodland Springs Veterinary Hospital, we use the Coninuum DAP, the first and only dog vaccination that is USDA approved for three-year duration-of-immunity against DAP (distemper, adenovirus, parvovirus). We also offer immunizations for bordetella, rabies and leptospirosis. For our feline patients, we offer FVRCP (feline viral rhinotrachetitis, calci virus, panleukopenia), FeLV (feline leukemia virus) and rabies vaccinations. Click the links below to learn more about our vaccine protocols for puppies and kittens.