Granbury Pet Vaccinations Available at Acton Animal Hospital
At Acton Animal Hospital in Granbury, we believe in personalized care for your family pets. This means their treatment plan isn’t “one size fits all.” We do follow some guidelines, as we have protocols we need to carry out for pets in specific age groups (i.e. puppy, adult, senior). But, outside of that, the care they receive here will be personalized to their current lifestyle, needs, health status, and so on.
The same method of care applies to receiving pet vaccinations in Granbury at Acton Animal Hospital. There are many we will need to give them at certain times of their life, just as with humans. However, depending on their current needs and lifestyle, some vaccinations may not need to be given. It all depends on the kind of pet you own and what they are like. Vaccinations keep your furry friend protected from many harmful, even fatal diseases. When you receive pet vaccinations in Granbury at Acton Animal Hospital, it’s a step towards your dog or cat living a long and healthy life.
Vaccinations Your Pet Needs
When coming to Acton Animal Hospital in Granbury for pet vaccinations, we may administer the following:
- Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus (DHPP)
- Bordetella, commonly known as kennel cough
- Lyme Disease
- Canine influenza
- Corona virus
- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia (FVRCP)
- Feline Leukemia (FeLV)
- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
- Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
At Acton Animal Hospital, vaccinations are given during your dog’s or cat’s annual preventative care exam. This is when we give them a full head-to-tail checkup to make sure that they’re healthy. Different things will be done during the exam, again depending on their age and lifestyle. For puppies and kitties, fecal and heartworm tests are their focus. The focus for adult dogs and cats is the annual preventative health screen. This is when blood tests such as the CBC, chemistry, and the HW test are given, along with a fecal test. Senior dogs and cats will get a more in-depth health screen due to age. To start your pet on their vaccination journey, contact us at 817-326-3400 for an appointment.