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There is a great deal of controversy about vaccination at the moment and we are frequently reviewing the situation so we can make the most up to date recommendations.

DOGS -   Dogs should receive two different types of vaccine. 

COMBINATION - against distemper, parvovirus, infectious hepatitis, parainfluenza and leptospira. We advise a puppy receives either two or three vaccines as a primary course. This depends on the age at which the puppy starts the course, but basically the last vaccine should be given at around 4 month.  

RABIES   this is necessary by law to apply for a license for your dog. The first injection should be given at or before 5 months old and is always given with a microchip which is very useful as it can be used to identify your pet. A booster rabies vaccine should be given every three years by law.  

There are other vaccines available, for example against Kennel Cough, but we do not recommend for every dog.  

Please phone if you have any specific questions. 

CATS    Cats require a primary course against Cat flu and panleukopenia.

They should receive either two or three vaccines depending on the age.  Cats should have a booster one year after the primary course and then every three years. We do not advise vaccination against FIP or FIV. Rabies can be given but is not required by law so we do not advise.

We strongly recommend to examine every cat every year for health check. We include a urine check in the fee for health check, which is presently $280.


We suggest using the litter tray to collect the urine.

Wash it out thoroughly, rinse and dry it. Separate the cat from any other cats {to make sure the urine is from the right one}

When the cat really needs to pass urine he will probably do so in the empty tray although he may be not happy about this.

Some washed and dried aquarium gravel may encourage, or you may purchase a kit from us which is $52.50 

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