Southkent Veterinary Hospital

9030 North Rodgers Drive
Caledonia, MI 49316

(616)891-9070

southkentvets.com

SKVH Suggested Canine Vaccine Schedule - Puppy

 

6 weeks

DHPP (distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, parvovirus) 

NEED TO BRING A FECAL SAMPLE.

9 weeks

DHPP (distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, parvovirus)  Fecal sample at doctors request

12 weeks

DHLPP (distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, parvovirus)  Intranasal Bordetella

16 weeks

DHLPP (distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, parvovirus)  Rabies (1 year) 

Injectable Bordetella

 

 

SKVH Suggested Canine Vaccine Schedule – Adult (over 16 weeks)

 

Initial Appointment

Transfer records, if any.  If needed, and at doctors request - DHLPP, Heartworm, Fecal, Bordetella, Rabies (1/3 year)  *(Doctor may choose to not give Lepto to small dogs)

3-4 weeks booster

Bordetella

 

  • DHLPP vaccine is done yearly
  • Rabies done at/after 16 weeks is a one year vaccine. Next Rabies vaccine is good for 3 years.
  • Bordatella is given once per year after initial treatment. Annual injectable vaccine given for any dog that goes to a boarding facility, travels or grooms.
  • Heartworm test is done annually via blood draw. Technician appointment may be made for heartworm only testing.  Dogs under the age of one may get prevention without a test.  We recommend heartworm prevention year round.
  • Fecal sample/test is recommended annually in conjunction with heartworm.

 

Explanation of Vaccination Abbreviations

 

Distemper

DIS

An airborne viral disease of the lungs, intestines and brain

Hepatitis

HEP

A viral disease of the liver

Canine Adenovirus II

ADENO

Causes respiratory and enteric diseases

Leptospirosis

LEPTO

A bacterial disease of the urinary system

Parainfluenza

PARA

Infectious bronchitis

Parvovirus

PARVO

A viral disease of the intestines

Rabies

RABIES

A viral disease fatal to humans and other animals

 

 

 

Bordetella

BORD

A bacterial infection (kennel cough)

Lyme Disease

LYME

A tick-borne disease producing fever, lameness, lethargy and seizures

 

 

 





SKVH Suggested Feline Vaccine Schedule - Kitten

 

Feline Leukemia Test

Tested as early as 9 weeks.  Test should be set up prior to vaccines.  Ask if kitten will be inside or outdoors.

RCPN (indoor cats)

Given at 8 weeks and 12 weeks. 

Booster annually

Feline Leukemia (indoor/outdoor cats)

Given at 8 weeks and 12 weeks

Booster annually

 

*during initial Kitten visit, doctor will discuss additional vaccines and schedules.

 

 

SKVH Suggested Feline Vaccine Schedule – Adult

Wellness Visit – Indoor cats - every 3 years.  Includes RCPN, Feline Leuk, Rabies and doctor may request fecal and bloodwork.

 

Feline Leukemia Test

Test should be set up prior to vaccines

RCPN  (indoor only cats)

Booster every 3 years with Wellness Visit

Feline Leukemia Vac. (indoor / outdoor cats)

Booster annually, doctors request fecal sample. 

Rabies  (indoor / outdoor cats)

Booster every 3 years with Wellness Visit