OUR AFFORDABLE VACCINATIONS SAVE LIVES
Get your pet vaccinated to save on vet bills and possibly save your pet’s life!
Reduce the risk of contracting serious diseases
By getting your pet vaccinated, you are reducing its risk of him or her contracting common diseases that send many pets to the vet’s office – or worse.
By getting your pet vaccinated, you are reducing its risk of him or her contracting common diseases that send many pets to the vet’s office – or worse. Diseases contracted by your pets are very serious and can be fatal, even with treatment. We recommend regular Cats, Kittens, Dogs & Puppy vaccinations to prevent your pets from getting diseases.
- Annual and triannual dog vaccinations
- FIV and F3/F5 cat vaccinations
- Pet pocket vaccinations
- Puppy kitten checks
- Care advice
- Flea control
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There are six different viruses/infectious agents in Australia that you can possibly prevent in your cat with a simple vaccination.
The following are two common viruses that you can vaccinate against:
Feline Calici Virus and Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus
These are otherwise known as “cat flu” viruses. These viruses cause symptoms 2-5 days after exposure. These viruses are not usually fatal but can make kittens very sick for 1-3 weeks, with signs including inflamed conjunctiva, eye and nasal discharges, corneal ulcers and secondary bacterial infection of these tissues. Some revovered kittens can become lifelong carriers of these viruses and may shed the virus during periods of stress, unless vaccinated as a kitten prior to exposure.
Feline Panleucopaenia Virus
This is often referred to as distemper. It is a highly contagious and life-threatening disease that can spread quickly in the cat population. It affects rapidly-dividing cells in the cats body, including the intestinal tract, bone marrow and a developing fetus. Fortunately, panleucopaenia virus can be prevented with a common vaccine.
You want to keep your dog safe and healthy, and vaccinations are the best way to do this. There are vaccinations for many of the most serious canine diseases, including:
- Canine Hepatitis
- Canine Distemper
- Canine Parainfluenza
- Canine Parvovirus
Some preventable conditions can cause very serious health problems and possibly death in your dog.
Some are so serious, that your precious pup can lose his life in a matter of days or hours.
Vaccinate your dog to give her the best chance for a long, healthy life.
Non-core dog vaccinations
Depending on your dog’s lifestyle or environment, you may want or need the following vaccinations:
- Bortadella bronchiseptica (kennel cough)
- Leptospira interrogans
Ferrets can be infected by a dog virus known as Distemper Virus. Whilst very uncommon, it is almost always fatal if the ferret has not been previously vaccinated.
Ferrets should be vaccinated against this virus three times as a kit (baby ferret) at 8wk, 12wk and 16wk, then once yearly after this.
There are two potentially fatal viruses in Australia that rabbits should be vaccinated against.
Rabbit Calici Virus (Rabbit Haemorrhagic Virus)
This virus causes rabbits to bleed internally, with rabbits dying as soon as 1-2 days after
first signs. Rabbits are vaccinated twice if younger than 12 weeks or once if 12 weeks or
older and then once yearly after this. The virus can be transmitted by mosquitoes so
rabbits and owners do not have to have any contact with sick rabbits for a pet rabbit to become infected.
Trust the Experts
At SEAH we vaccinate hundreds to thousands of pets each year. With over 45 years of experience, we are experts on vaccinating dogs, cats, puppies and kittens in Melbourne.
We also vaccinate many pocket pets, such as rats and rabbits and ferrets.
Your Convenience is Our Pleasure
Vaccinating your pet is as easy as making an appointment. We can administer vaccinations as part of a standard well check or in a dedicated visit for vaccinations. If you have any questions about which vaccinations your pet should receive and when they should receive them, please call us and we can help you through the process.