Vaccination Program

Vaccines are given during every annual exam, after it has been determined that your pet is physically healthy. Vaccines are generally subcutaneous injections (injections under the skin) with the exception of the Bordetella vaccine, occasionally given to dogs via the nose. Vaccines are virtually small amount of viruses; only enough to cause a reaction by the immune system but not enough to cause symptoms of the disease. The immune system, when exposed to these viruses will remember them and if ever in contact again; will conjure a much more rapid and effective response in defense.