Animal Vaccines

Vaccines help keep your pets safe from infectious viruses and other harmful diseases.  It is important to keep your vaccinations current.  Routine boosters will keep your pet protected throughout their life.

For Puppies

The rabies vaccine is given when the puppy reaches 12 weeks of age.  After completion of the program, yearly boosters of the distemper/parvo combination and the three-year rabies vaccinations are recommended for continued protection throughout your dog’s life.


  • DA2PP (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Para influenza, Parvovirus) - We recommend vaccinating at 9, 12, and 15 weeks of age, then annually.
  • Rabies – We recommend vaccinating at 12 weeks of age which is a 1 year vaccine, then every 3 years.
  • Corona virus – Not recommended
  • Leptospirosis – Not recommended unless exposed to livestock.
  • Bordetella – We recommend when boarding or high dog-traffic exposure.
  • Lyme disease – Not recommended unless traveling to an area where lyme disease is present.
  • Rattlesnake – Not recommended
  • Giardia – Not recommended

You can say any foolish thing to a dog, and the dog will give you this look,  that says, “My God, you’re right!  I never would’ve thought of that !”

- Dave Berry