Puppies & Dogs
We strongly advise the vaccination of all puppies and adult dogs against the five serious infectious diseases. Canine Distemper, Infectious Canine Hepatitis, Leptospirosis,Canine Parvovirus, and Parainfluenza Virus.
We also advise that all dogs who go to kennels or who are walked in a group of dogs are vaccinated against Kennel Cough. We can also now vaccinate dogs with the new Leishmania vaccine. This is not necessary for dogs in the UK but Leishmania is a serious disease prevalent in the southern European countries (especially the South of France, Spain, Italy and Greece).
Rabies vaccination is a requirement for all dogs travelling from the UK and we advise that you check with Kevin for the most up to date requirements for your travel plans, as these vary between countries and the regulations can change from time to time. Additional travel information can be obtained from the UK government website:
Kittens & Cats
We strongly advise the vaccination of all kittens and cats against Feline Viral Respiratory Disease (cat flu) and Feline Infectious Enteritis. We also advise that cats that go outside receive vaccination against Feline Leukaemia as well.
Rabies vaccination is also a requirement for all cats travelling from the UK and we advise that you check with Kevin for the most up to date requirements for your travel plans as these vary between countries and can change. Additional travel information can be obtained from the UK government website:
We recommend the vaccination of all rabbits against Myxomatosis and Viral Haemorrhagic Disease every year. These diseases are transmitted by flies and do not require direct contact with other rabbits.