Cat & Dog Vaccinations in Port St. Lucie, FL
Our animal hospital in Port St. Lucie, FL has all the cat and dog vaccinations your pet requires to stay protected from diseases throughout their lifetime. To ensure their protection without over-vaccinating, we take their lifestyle and health history into account. Your pet gets the vaccinations they need—no more, no less. In addition, we use the safest, highest-quality cat & dog vaccinations on the market to reduce vaccine reaction risks. Call (772) 337-8570 to learn more.
If you don't remember when your pet had their last vaccinations, maybe it's time to make an appointment!
Harmful Diseases to Protect Your Pet Against
Rabies is a deadly viral disease that attacks the central nervous system. Both animals and people can be affected by this disease, which is spread by foxes, coyotes, raccoons, and skunks. Vaccinating pets for rabies is required under Florida state law.
Canine distemper is also life-threatening and can spread quickly in places where dogs are in close quarters for extended periods. It affects the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems.
Lyme disease infection takes place when a tick carrying certain bacteria bites an animal, releasing the bacteria into the animal's bloodstream. Lyme disease symptoms include lameness, swollen joints, fever, and lethargy.
Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that both pets and humans can get. Leptospira bacteria inhabit damp soil and standing bodies of water such as puddles, ponds, and lakes. Infection can cause fever, vomiting, lethargy, and increased thirst, and can be deadly if it isn't treated quickly.
Feline leukemia is a serious risk for indoor/outdoor cats, especially in neighborhoods frequented by feral strays. Symptoms include weight loss, poor coat condition, fever, diarrhea, and urinary tract and upper respiratory infections.
Our Available Cat & Dog Vaccinations
Out of all the vaccines we offer, we’ll help you choose the ones your pet will need the most. For their safety, we use Purevax vaccines, which are non-adjuvanted—this means they do not contain irritating agents that could be harmful to your pet.
- DHPP (distemper)
- Bordetella (kennel cough)
- Canine influenza
- FVRCP (feline distemper)
- Feline leukemia