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Pet Vaccinations in Wichita

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Pet Vaccinations in Wichita

At Bogue Animal Hospital, we adhere to the highest standards of veterinary care, and we follow AAHA guidelines for all of our hospital standards, including vaccinations. Vaccinations should be a cornerstone of your pet’s health care routine, as they provide protection against potentially serious viruses and diseases. This is vital, even if your cat or dog spends most of their time indoors. The likelihood of your pet’s exposure to disease increases considerably if you take them to areas such as boarding kennels, grooming salons, daycare facilities, and dog parks.

Puppy and Kitten Vaccine Schedule

To give your pet the best chance at a healthy life, we recommend that you start a vaccination schedule for them when they’re puppies/kittens. The following printable vaccination schedule provides detailed information on which vaccines we recommend for puppies and kittens as well as the ages for each.

Core Vaccines Recommended for Dogs

  • Rabies: 1st annual vaccine given at 6 months of age
  • Rabies 3-year: given at first annual exam and then every 3 years thereafter
  • Distemper: 5-way vaccine (distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, parvo, and corona)
  • Bordetella: every 6 months (oral vaccine)

Non-Core Vaccines Recommended on a Case-By-Case Basis

*Since the canine influenza virus (CIV) outbreak, we’ve been encouraging dog owners to inquire about whether their pet should receive flu vaccinations. For dogs that are boarding, going to daycare, being groomed, or spending time at the dog park, the flu vaccine is essential to keeping them healthy. We currently offer the H3N2 flu vaccine, and will soon be carrying the bivalent flu vaccine, which protects against both the H3N2 and H3N8 strains of CIV.

Canine flu symptoms include ocular and nasal discharge, persistent coughing, fever, and lethargy. Not all carriers of the virus exhibit any symptoms, so we would prefer if dog owners would take preemptive steps to protect their canine companions and have them vaccinated.

  • Leptospirosis
  • Canine influenza
  • Lyme
  • Giardia

Core Vaccines Recommended for Cats

  • Rabies: 1st annual vaccine given at 6 months of age
  • Rabies 3-year: given at first annual exam and then every 3 years thereafter
  • Feline distemper: panleukopenia, chlamydia, rhinotracheitis, and calicivirus

Non-Core Vaccines Recommended on a Case-By-Case Basis

  • Feline Leukemia

Schedule an Appointment to Discuss Your Pet’s Vaccinations

We’re dedicated to veterinary excellence and we strive to provide top-of-the-line service to each and every client and pet that comes through our door. As an AAHA accredited animal hospital, we are committed to achieving the highest standards of veterinary care with each and every patient every single day.

Preventive veterinary care is essential to keeping your pet healthy. At Bogue Animal Hospital, we recommend ongoing pest preventive treatments and vaccination for all of our patients. Schedule an examination with our team so that we can determine the best course of action for your pet.

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