Preventive Pet Care in Hebron CT
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Good Health is The Key to Your Pet’s Happiness
At Hebron Veterinary Hospital we believe that preventative pet care is important for both you and your pet. Annual wellness exams give us an opportunity to diagnose and treat conditions early. They allow us to administer the vaccinations that prevent problems before they begin. Preventative pet care helps keep you confident that you’re taking good care of your pet.
What Happens During a Wellness Exam?
During each annual wellness visit, our doctors conduct a physical exam, an otoscopic ear exam, and an ophthalmic exam. We do a fecal exam to check for parasites and a blood test to check for heartworms. We recommend vaccinations based on your pet’s age and lifestyle exposures.
Your Pet’s Vaccination Program
Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus - DHPP protects against four viruses that attack multiple organs: vaccination at 8 weeks, booster every 3-4 weeks until 15-16 weeks, then at 1 year and every 3 years thereafter.
Rabies - Rabies vaccinations are legally required for your puppy’s town registration: vaccination at 12-16 weeks, booster at 1 year, then every 3 years as long as you own your pet.
Bordetella - Kennel Cough vaccine is required by kennels and grooming facilities. It prevents a highly contagious respiratory disease. We provide the nasal vaccine with optimum protection at 72 hours after dosage.
Lyme - Helps prevent the transmission of Lyme Disease from ticks, which can cause musculoskeletal, neurologic, and kidney problems in pets. For maximum protection, we recommend an annual vaccination.
Leptospirosis – Prevents fatal kidney and liver bacterial diseases found in urine contaminated water sources outside. Recommended for at-risk dogs: vaccination 12-16 weeks, boosters 3-4 weeks later, then annually.
Canine Influenza Vaccine - CIV protects against highly contagious respiratory diseases due to contamination at kennels and daycare facilities. Some facilities require CIV before pet admittance: vaccination, set of 2 vaccines, 2-3 weeks apart then annually based on risk.
Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia - FVRCP is a “distemper” combination vaccine that protects indoor and outdoor cats: vaccination at 8 weeks, booster every 3-4 weeks until 15-16 weeks, then at 1 year and every 3-years.
Rabies - We offer new Feline Purevax Rabies a nonadjuvanted recombinant technology cat vaccine with none of the added proteins or adjuvants that can be problematic for cats.
Feline Leukemia - We recommend FeLV for all indoor and outdoor kittens. Feline leukemia suppresses the immune system. It causes illness and death among young cats and can contribute to lymphoma and other infections and diseases: vaccinations: 2-vaccine series at 9 weeks, then 3-4 weeks apart, and annually for at-risk cats.
A Family-Centered Practice
At Hebron Veterinary Hospital, we love seeing your pets healthy and happy. When your pet is well, they have the energy to run, jump and play. And that helps to keep you happy too.
Contact Us for Your Veterinarian Needs
We know that we're not your only option for veterinary care. We don’t expect you to walk in the door just because we’re the nearest vet or the only hospital in our small town. We believe that you bring your pets to us because we care and because we provide the quality services your pet deserves.
Phone: (860) 228-4324
Hebron Veterinary Hospital has been a full service compassionate and quality veterinary care center since 1984. Our office is located in Hebron Connecticut and we serve patients from all around Connecticut and specialize in our local service areas of Columbia CT, Glastonbury CT, Marlborough CT, Andover CT, Bolton CT, Willimantic CT, Lebanon CT and Colchester CT.