Vaccine Protocol

Dogs

1st vaccines (8 weeks)

DHP (Distemper-Adenovirus-Parinfluenza)

Parvovirus


2nd vaccines (12 weeks)

DHP

Parvovirus

Bordetella (kennel cough)


3rd vaccines (16 weeks)

(last puppy set)

DHP

Parvovirus

Bordetella

Rabies

When your puppy get its Rabies vaccine, you should also get a Rabies license form for the County of San Diego. All dogs in San Diego are required to be up to date on their Rabies vaccine and have a current license. To read more about licensing your dog, go here: San Diego Animal Services

After your puppy's initial puppy vaccines are done, vaccines are not due for one year. When your animal is over two years old, the DHP and Parvo vaccines are only due every three years. Bordetella is still due every year.

Cats


1st vaccines (8 weeks)

FVRCP (Distemper, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus)


2nd vaccines (12 weeks)

FVRCP

Feline Leukemia


3rd vaccines (16 weeks)

FVRCP

Feline Leukemia

Rabies (if goes outdoors)


After your kitten's initial vaccines are done, vaccines are not due for one year. When your animal is two years old, the FVRCP vaccine is due every three years. Feline Leukemia and Rabies are due every year.

Many people have heard that vaccines cause cancer in cats. While there is evidence that links some sarcomas to vaccines, many manufacturers have changed their formulas in order to exclude ingredients that are linked to cancers. Dr. Scoggin stays current on all vaccine sarcoma research and only uses vaccines that are considered safest for your cat. To read more about each illness we vaccinate for, we recommend these webpages:


DOGS

Bordetella: Petplace.com page

DHP: Petplace.com page

Parvovirus: PetPlace.com page

Rabies: Petplace.com page


CATS

Distemper: PetPlace.com page

Feline Leukemia: PetPlace.com page

Rabies: PetPlace.com page