Vaccinations are essential to protect your feline friend from harmful and deadly diseases. They are most effective in boosting immunity when taken in a series with specific intervals. It can be difficult to remember when your cat needs what vaccine. Meet with our doctors today who can assess your pet’s needs and build a custom vaccination plan that benefits them in the long run. Call us at 905-827-4100 to set up your first consultation.
When should my kitten get its first vaccination?
Our doctors recommend three inoculations for kittens at 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age.
Do adult cats need vaccines?
A year after they are born, cats need other booster doses and core vaccinations usually given at an interval of once every three years. Some core vaccinations include rabies, feline herpesvirus, feline calicivirus, and feline panleukopenia virus. They are also vaccinated against distemper and two viral respiratory infections.
What non-core vaccines will my cat need?
Non-core vaccines are recommended by doctors based on a cat’s lifestyle and the risks it might face. Some common non-core vaccines protect against diseases such as feline leukemia virus, bordetella, chlamydia and FIP.