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OUR GARDEN GROVE LOCATION IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED.
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PUPPIES AND KITTENS MUST BE AT LEAST 8 WEEKS OLD AND 2 POUNDS TO BEGIN VACCINES
RABIES IS ADMINISTERED AT 12-16 WEEKS
DOGS & CATS
$20 & UP
$25 & UP
ANAL GLAND EXPRESSION
RABIES CERTIFICATE DUPLICATE
DHPP/DHLPP (4 in 1)
Contagious, often fatal virus that affects the respiratory, gastrointestinal and nervous systems. The virus generally spreads as an air-borne infection and vaccination is the only effective control.
Affects the liver and cells lining the blood vessels causing high fever, swelling and hemorrhage. Very serious in puppies and aged dogs.
Canine cough. Spreads via contact or air-borne transmission. Attacks respiratory system.
Viral infection spread by contact with infected body secretions. Strikes quickly, causing damage to the lining of the gastrointestinal tract and can cause death within 48 hours.
An infectious disease of domestic animals, especially cattle, porcine and dogs, caused by spirochetes of the genus Leptospira and characterized by jaundice and fever.
Contagious viral infection of the gastrointestinal tract. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, high fever and dehydration.
FVRCP (4 IN 1)
Also called feline Panleukopenia. Contagious viral disease spread through air or contact with infected animals. Symptoms can include or all of the following: weight loss, depression, dehydration, loss of appetite, vomiting and diarrhea.
Upper Respiratory Disease
Highly contagious virus. Symptoms include sneezing, eye discharge, fever and mouth ulcers. Vaccinations protect against CALICIVIRUS, PNEUMONITIS and RHINOTRACHEITIS.
FELV (Feline Leukemia)
A leading cause of feline death. Results in a variety of problems: decreased resistance to infection, chronic anemia, leukemia and lymph sarcoma. Transmitted through contact with infected blood or saliva.
DOGS & CATS
Fatal virus infection of the central nervous system that affects mammals, including humans. Transmitted through saliva of the rabid animal. Rabies vaccinations are required in California at age 4 months or older.
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