• 91 Weatherly Club Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007

  • Vaccinations

  • Vaccinations are vital to the health and protection of your pet, and serve as a preventive measure to combating viral diseases like Parvovirus, Parainfluenza virus, Distemper, Lyme, Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus and Rabies. Vaccinations are accompanied by a veterinarian consultation and examination to make certain that your pet's condition is stable enough to receive them.

    Vaccinations help to combat diseases by exposing the pet's immune system to inactive or small amount of a particular form of bacteria or virus. Our doctors will help you decide which vaccines are appropriate for your pet's risk factors. Proper and timely administration is paramount to ensure for optimal protection. Vaccinations are particularly important to young animals that have immature immune systems. Vaccinations generally begin at 6-8 weeks of age and are given every three to four weeks until the series is completed.

  • Dog Vaccines

    • Rabies
    • Canine distemper
    • Canine hepatitis
    • Canine leptospirosis
    • Canine parvovirus infection
    • Canine parainfluenza
  • Cat vaccines

    • Rabies
    • Feline panleukopenia
    • Feline calicivirus infection
    • Feline distemper
    • Feline leukemia
    • Feline viral rhinotracheitis
  • Parasite prevention and control

    Most intestinal parasites are not clearly visible in feces; therefore, we screen for infection via microscopic analysis in our laboratory. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) recommends a fecal analysis be performed 2-4 times during the first year of life for puppies and kittens, and 1-2 times per year for adults.

    A number of heartworm preventives are also effective against certain intestinal parasites. Depending on the product, this may include protection against hookworms, roundworms, whipworms, or tapeworms. However, no single treatment can eliminate every parasite, and we recommend you contact us to determine what is appropriate for your pet.