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The primary vaccination is a course of two injections given 3-4 weeks apart. Young animals still have some anti-body protection from their mothers in their bloodstream, our advanced vaccine overcomes these and provides reliable protection at an earlier age.

A second injection of the same vaccine is given to ensure this will last for 3 years and that protection from Leptospirosis is established.

Puppies must be at least 6 weeks old for their first vaccination.

Our vets complete a full examination and health check for your puppy at each visit to monitor their growth and development.

Our advanced vaccine means that puppies can safely go out into public places one week after their 2nd vaccination. (Earliest 9 weeks of age).

A second vaccination is given 3-4 weeks after the first.

Socialisation is very important between 6 and 14 weeks of age. We encourage puppies to be taken into town to experience traffic, car travel, noise and people etc. They can safely play with other healthy dogs in gardens and green areas but should avoid watercourses and wild countryside areas until 4 weeks after their second vaccination (13 weeks old).

We will provide a certificate of vaccination at the 2nd vaccination appointment.

This will be updated with every booster and provides a record of your pet’s immunisation which will be required by reputable boarding kennels should you wish to use them.

An annual booster is required to keep up immunity.

There are many types of dog vaccine available. We use what we believe to be the best quality canine vaccines on the market. These are supported by up to date technology and research and offer the most comprehensive protection available.

Our current vaccine is the only one available that protects against four strains of Leptospirosis and the strain of Parvovirus shown to be particularly prevalent in the UK.

These vaccines are highly researched and are as pure as possible. Adjuvants are used to carry the vaccine. These stimulate the immune system and maximise the effect of the vaccine. Injection site reaction is rare although some localized swelling lasting one to two weeks can sometimes occur and is normal as it is in human vaccinations.

Our vaccines provide EXCELLENT protection in the kindest form.

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