At Woodland Animal Hospital, we excel at providing loving care for our furry little patients when they are ill—no one dislikes seeing pets sick more than we do! We believe the best strategy to keep pets healthy and free from common illnesses is a good dose of prevention. Pet vaccinations are the most effective means to guard against common feline and canine sicknesses.
To provide the most effective veterinary care for Henry County’s pets, Woodland Animal Hospital keeps a stock of pet vaccinations that are essential for both dogs and cats. Our feline friends receive vaccines that protect against several viruses and diseases that can damage their gastrointestinal, respiratory and immune systems. Our canine friends receive vaccines that guard them from diseases that can damage their respiratory, immune and excretory systems.
It is imperative that dogs and cats receive the recommended pet vaccinations that are specific to their species. Regardless if your pet is an inside pet or an outside pet, it is crucial to their health that they are vaccinated. Indoor pets can still contract viruses and diseases through an open window or when they go outside to use the bathroom. Pet viruses are often spread through direct contact with infected animals who are either wild or unvaccinated. Considering the deadly and progressive nature of the viruses that affect dogs and cats, it is vital to safeguard your furry companion with the recommended vaccines.
At Woodland Animal Hospital, we offer multiple cat and dog vaccinations. We use the most state-of-the-art vaccine technology and methods available to administer our pet vaccinations. Below, you will find a list of the various pet vaccinations we offer, separated by species.
Pet vaccines assist in preparing your friend’s immune system to fight disease-causing organisms. Vaccines consist of antigens, and to the immune system, these antigens look like disease-causing organisms, but they do not actually cause an illness. The immune system is mildly stimulated when the vaccine is introduced to the body. If the body should ever be exposed to the actual disease, the immune system will be prepared to fight off the disease entirely or reduce its severity.
Not every dog and cat needs to be vaccinated for every disease. For this reason, we will thoroughly discuss what is right for your pets, keeping in mind their age, risk factors, species and medical history.
At Woodland, we offer specialized cat and dog vaccinations that we administer with the latest, safest and most effective pet vaccine technology and methods available today. We have provided a list of the pet vaccinations we offer below.
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