Vaccinations

A Countryside veterinarian will give your pets a courtesy examination and consultation with every vaccine.

Vaccine protocol is determined by your veterinarian to provide the best protection for each individual pet.
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Rabies

Rabies is a communicable disease between dogs, cats, people, and wild animals. Vaccinating all dogs and cats for Rabies is not only important for the health of the entire family, but also required by law. Cats get the highest quality Purevax Rabies vaccine that is made especially for felines.

Distemper/Parvo

The canine distemper combination vaccine is given yearly to protect dogs from highly contagious upper respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases such as Distemper, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis, Coronavirus, Adenovirus, and Parainfluenza.

Leptospirosis

The canine Leptospirosis vaccine is typically given in combination with the Distemper/Parvo combination. This virus is transmitted to dogs through water sources contaminated by the urine of wild animals such as raccoons. Leptospirosis is prevalent in Central Florida. It causes liver and kidney failure and is zoonotic, meaning it is also contagious to people.

Kennel Cough

Countryside's kennel cough combo provides both injectable and intranasal protection from Bordetella and other highly contagious upper respiratory viruses. This vaccine is recommended for dogs that frequent the groomer, dog parks, community/social events, boarding kennels, and doggie daycares.

Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza is a contagious upper respiratory infection. Several strains of Influenza outbreaks have occured across the country, including Central Florida. This virus can lead to serious health concerns such as pneumonia and even death. The combination vaccine protects dogs from every known strain of Influenza. It is also recommended for dogs that frequent the groomer, dog parks, community/social events, boarding kennels, and doggie daycares.

Feline Distemper

The feline distemper combination vaccination protects cats from contagious upper respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases such as Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, and Rhinotracheitis. These viruses are common among stray cats and shelter populations. All new cats in a household should be kept seperate from other cats until evaluated for viral infections.

Feline Leukemia

Feline Leukemia is a highly contagious and life-threatening virus transmitted between cats. There is no cure for this virus and vaccination is the best protection for your kitty. Cats should test negative for the Feline Leukemia virus before administering the vaccination.

Lyme

Lyme disease is transmitted by ticks. It is prevalent in many Southeastern states, and more cases are reported in Florida every year. If you travel with your dog or routinely find ticks on your dog, ask your veterinarian about vaccinating for Lyme disease.

Rattlesnake

The rattlesnake vaccine protects your dog from the worse toxic effects of snake bites.

Ask your Countryside veterinarian about vaccines for your ferrets and pot-bellied pigs too!