Read the sections below to learn more about vaccinations your pet may receive.
In the state of Georgia, all pets 3 months and older are legally required to have proof of a rabies vaccine. This must be in the form of a rabies certificate, complete with month, day and year that your pet's rabies vaccine was administered and signed by a licensed veterinarian. You will be requested to upload a copy of your pet's rabies certificate when making your appointment under the Cat/Dog Bronze Packages. If a valid certificate is not uploaded you will be asked to select a Silver or Gold package which includes a 1 year rabies vaccine.
Common Canine Vaccinations
DA2PP (distemper virus, adenovirus, parvovirus, and parainfluenza virus). This core vaccine should be given to puppies starting at 6-8 weeks of age, and then administered every 2-4 weeks until they reach 16 weeks. If your dog is under 16 weeks of age and it has been 2-4 weeks since their last DA2PP vaccine, we recommend administering this vaccine at the time of surgery.
The Bordetella vaccine provides coverage against kennel cough. It can be given at 8 weeks of age and needs to be administered once every year.
If your dog goes to boarding facilities, dog parks, or other environments where they interact with multiple other dogs, they are considered high-risk for kennel cough and should be vaccinated for Bordetella every 6 months.
If your dog has never received this vaccine or it has been a year since last given, we recommend administering this vaccine at time of surgery.
Common Feline Vaccinations
FVRCP (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calici virus, panleukopenia). This core vaccine should be given to kittens starting at 6-8 weeks of age, and then administered every 2-4 weeks until they reach 16 weeks. If your cat is under 16 weeks of age and it has been 2-4 weeks since their last FVRCP vaccine, we recommend administering this vaccine at time of surgery.