Kittens and puppies require vaccinations at 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age. These “boosters” do just that: “boost” their young immune systems so that they can meet the viral challenges they will encounter.
You may have many questions during the first few months of owning a new kitten or puppy and these booster appointments will give you an opportunity to receive information on proper nutrition and socialization and receive some valuable training tips.
We will also discuss the importance of spaying or neutering your immature cat or dog during these visits.
Adult cats and dogs require annual vaccinations, as their immune systems have matured.
According to the Region of Waterloo web site:
For more information visit the Region of Waterloo web site and look for the Rabies page under Healthy Living & Health Protection.
For adult cats and dogs, vaccinations should be combined with an annual physical exam as recommended by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association.