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HEALTH & SAFETY

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The health & safety of each pet is our number one priority. It is therefore essential for each of our clients to meet our vaccinations standards prior to admittance to any of our services:

 

Vaccination Requirements for Puppies *

Puppies must be at least 12 weeks of age and have completed their first two series of DHPP vaccinations, including the Bordetella vaccine and a fecal exam. Puppies over 18 weeks of age must have completed their DHPP and Bordetella vaccination series. All puppies must have their Rabies vaccinations no later than 26 weeks of age. 

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Rabies:

Current by 26 weeks for puppies; in the last 3 years for adults.

DHPP:

Current by 18 weeks for puppies; last 3 years for adults.

Deworming:

Up to date records

Flea/Tick:

Must be flea/tick free at admittance. Required to be current.

* Please note that a copy of your pet’s health records will be requested for our records

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The health & safety of each pet is our number one priority. It is therefore essential for each of our clients to meet our vaccinations standards prior to admittance to any of our services:

 

Vaccination Requirements for Puppies *

Puppies must be at least 12 weeks of age and have completed their first two series of DHPP vaccinations, including the Bordetella vaccine and a fecal exam. Puppies over 18 weeks of age must have completed their DHPP and Bordetella vaccination series. All puppies must have their Rabies vaccinations no later than 26 weeks of age. 

Rabies:

Current by 26 weeks for puppies; in the last 3 years for adults.

FVRCP:

Current by 18 weeks for kittens; last 3 years for adults.

Feline Leukemia:

Strongly recommended to be current in the last year.


Fecal:

Current in the last year.

Flea/Tick:

Must be flea/tick free at admittance. Required to be current.

* Please note that a copy of your pet’s health records will be requested for our records

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