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Vaccinations

Vaccinating your pet: yes or no?

A short answer is possible: certainly yes.
Sadly illegaly more and more pets are imported, which carry fatal diseases as parvo virus. Your pet is at risk, without proper vaccination. Leptospirosis can also be transferred to your dog for example by faeces of rats at water shores.
In cats vaccination is also recommended, also in case of indoor cats. Cat disease (deadly parvovirus) is seen more and more in The Netherlands. Sneezing disease (Feline Herpes Virus, Feline Calicivirus, Chlamydia bacteria) is also widespread. You can bring these diseases into your home on clothes/shoes, whereby your animal is at risk without vaccination.

Vaccination what is necessary
We try to vaccinate your pet only with the necessary vaccination. We don't vaccinate "the big cocktail" every year for your pet. This has been scientifically proven to be unnecessary. Some parts in the vaccins are registred for several years of protection. Therefore we don't use them every year. We make use of these scientifically proven schedules for vaccination:

Advice vaccination schedule dog:

Age of dog

Needed vaccinations
6 weeks Parvo and Distemper Virus
9 weeks Parvo-C, Leptospirosis and Kennelcough
12 weeks Parvo, Hepatitis, Distemper and Leptospirosis
1 year Parvo, Hepatitis, Distemper, Leptospirosis and Kennelcough
2 year Leptospirosis en Kennelcough
3 year Leptospirosis en Kennelcough
4 year Parvo, Hepatitis, Distemper, Leptospirosis and Kennelcough
And so on (repeating vaccinations 1-4 year)  

Kennelcough
Kennelcough is a complex of pathogens, existing of bacteria and virusses. Against a part of these pathogens we can vaccinate by giving Kennelcough vaccination. This vaccination is given, without a needle, with a nosedrop. After vaccination your dog can still catch Kennelcough, but the symptoms will be less fierce as the total infection (comparable with anti-flu vaccination in humans)
.

Rabiës
Is your pet travelling along abroad? A rabiës vaccination, at least 21 days before departure, is needed. Also your pet needs to have a microchip and an European vaccinationpasport. In some countries additional demands are needed. Also in several countries we strongly recommend you to protect your pet against heartworm, tickdisease and Leishmaniosis. Please ask the assistent for more information to travel abroad with your pet.


Advice vaccination schedule cat:

Age cat Needed vaccinations
9 weeks Parvo en sneezing disease
12 weeks Parvo en sneezing disease
1 year Parvo en sneezing disease
2 year Sneezing disease
3 year Sneezing disease
4 year Parvo en sneezing disease
And so on (repeating vaccinations 1-4 year)  

Rabiës
Is your pet travelling along abroad? A rabiës vaccination, at least 21 days before departure, is needed. Also your pet needs to have a microchip and an European vaccinationpasport. In some countries additional demands are needed. Also in several countries we strongly recommend you to protect your pet against heartworm, tickdisease and Leishmaniosis. Please ask the assistent for more information to travel abroad with your pet.

Bordetella
Some catpensions demand an extra vaccination against Bordetella. This is given by a nosedrop vaccination (without needle).