Traralgon Veterinary Centre stock a wide range of vaccines for companion animals including:
Canine C3 vaccination: Parvovirus, Hepatitis & Distemper. This is the base standard of vaccine that Traralgon Veterinary Centre recommend ALL dogs receive on an annual basis after their initial course. Puppies should receive this vaccine at 6 weeks of age unless instructed otherwise by your veterinarian and require 1-2 booster vaccinations 14-30 days apart. Ferrets can also be protected with this vaccine.
Canine C5 (Kennel Cough) vaccination: Parvovirus, Hepatitis, Distemper, Bordetella & Parainfluenza. This vaccine includes the protection C3 vaccination above but also protects your dog against some strains of Kennel Cough. This is recommended for clients that wish to use boarding kennel services, attend dog shows, attend obedience classes, travel interstate or live in close, populated areas. Boosters are given annually after the initial course of 2 vaccinations given 30 days apart.
Canine C2i vaccination: Leptospirosis & coronavirus. This vaccination is recommended for dogs with close access to cattle, dogs prone to hunting rodents and/or that live in rural flood prone areas surrounded by cattle. Boosters are given annually after the initial course of 2 vaccinations 30 days apart.
Canine PROHEART Heartworm vaccination: Heartworm. This vaccination provides 12 months protection against the invasive and potentially deadly heartworm parasite. If your dog is under 9 months of age, a series of 2 injections will be required. Heartworm is spread from host to host via mosquitos and can effect dogs, cats, foxes and ferrets.
Feline F4 vaccination: Chlamydia, Feline calicivirus, Panleukopenia virus & Rhinotracheitis. This vaccination is the base standard of vaccine Traralgon Veterinary Centre recommend ALL cats receive on an annual basis. Kittens should receive this vaccination at 8 weeks of age, with a booster given 30 days after the initial dose. Cats should then be vaccinated annually to maintain protection.
Feline FIV (Feline AIDS) vaccination: Feline immunodeficiency virus. This vaccine is given in addition to the F4 vaccination mentioned above to provide protection against feline immunodeficiency or AIDS. This vaccination is recommended for cats in close, populated areas with outdoor access, especially those prone to fighting. Boosters are given annually after the initial course of 3 vaccinations 14 days apart.
Rabbit CYLAP vaccination: Calicivirus. This vaccination is recommended for all rabbits and is given annually from 12 weeks of age.