Avon Animal Hospital

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19475 Fraser Hwy V3S 6K7 Surrey, British Columbia
Phone: (604) 532-7600

Vaccinations

Welcome to Our Surrey/ Langley Vaccination Clinic

Read below the info, schedule and prices for dogs and cats vaccination

Basic Vaccine for dogs and cat $16 (on Tuesdays and Sundays)

Vaccinations are one of the most important ways you can keep your pet healthy and free from disease. However, not every pet requires the same series or frequency of vaccines. At Avon Animal Hospital in surrey, our veterinarians determine a vaccination protocol based on your pet's lifestyle, susceptibility to disease, geographic location, and the most current recommendations from the American Animal Hospital Association and the American Veterinary Medicine Association. For cats, we recommend immunizations against distemper, rhinotracheitis, feline calici virus and Rabies. Our goal to is to maintain optimal health and protection while not over-vaccinating your pet. Our veterinarian is providing these services to dog and cats in Langley, surrey, surrounding area since 2003.

We strongly advise that you not walk your puppy in areas with high dog traffic until after the third Parvovirus vaccine. If you are taking your puppy to classes before this, make sure that all the puppies in the class have their vaccination program underway.

Puppy Vaccine Schedule

1st: 8 week Vaccine-Exam + DAPV+corona

2nd: 12 week Vaccine-Exam + DAPV -other options include Leptospirosis, corona, Lyme and Bordetella(Kennel Cough)

3rd: 16 week Vaccine-Exam + DAPV (1 year vaccine), other options include 2nd Leptospirosis Booster corona, Lyme , Bordetella (1 year vaccine), Rabies (1 year vaccine)

This would complete the dog vaccinations schedule your puppy needs ensure that he or she is vaccinated against common canine diseases. So your pet can stay happy and healthy. Then after that vaccines are done annually.

Kitten Vaccine Schedule

* Please do not socialize your cat with unvaccinated cats until “kitten vaccines” are complete*

1st Vaccines 8 week:Exam + Fvrcp+Chalmydia +Deworming +flea treatment

2nd Vaccines 12 weeks: Exam + Fvrccp, First Leukemia, Rabies

3rd Vaccine is 2nd dose of Leukemia good for one year.

This would complete the vaccines your kitten needs ensure that he or she is vaccinated against common feline diseases. After doing this vaccine your pet can start healthy life. The next vaccinations are due in 1 year

FREE EXAM WITH VACCINES

DOG Vaccine / vaccination prices
DAPV (basic vaccine) cost $32.00 (every Tuesday and Sunday $16 )

Corona Vaccine (add on with basic vaccine): $10

Leptospirosis vaccine (add on with basic vaccine): $25

Bordetella Vaccine (add on with basic vaccine): $25

Lyme vaccine (add on with basic vaccine): $25

Rabies add on (with basic vaccine) :$25

CAT Vaccine /vaccination prices

FVRCP (Basic cat vaccine) cost: $32.00 ( every Tuesday and Sunday $16 )

Chlamydia (add on with basic vaccine): $10

Feline Leukemia (add on with basic vaccine):$25

Rabies add on (with basic vaccine): $25

*No vaccine has a 100% guarantee, though your pet has less chance of disease or illness when following a proper vaccine schedule and giving your pets proper nutrition, exercise, and a properly sanitary living environment. Please contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to book a Vaccination

If you are looking veterinarian in Langley, surrey area to get your pet vaccinated Please call us at 604-532-7600 or email us at avonvet@yahoo.ca

Open 7 days a week Avon Animal Hospital, Full service Animal Hospital in Langley surrey area at border of surrey and Langley close to willowbrook mall Langley. 19475 Fraser Hwy, Surrey B.C.

FAQ regarding Dog Vaccines;

What is Vaccine and how it works?

Vaccine is a injection of a killed or attenuated (weakened) virus or bacteria in order to stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies to that particular disease, so when that kind of bacteria or virus attacks the pet and those antibodies fight that particular virus or bacteria to prevent the pet from that disease. Our Veterinarian at Avon animal hospital in surrey always explains different kind of vaccine information which creates awareness for owner then they can know what kind and how often there pet needs vaccination. Our Animal hospital in Langley, surrey area is providing these “dog Vaccination” , “Cat vaccination”, “Puppy vaccination” and “Kitten vaccination” since 2003.

What is TITRE TEST?

For owners that are uncomfortable with vaccinating their pets for any reason, titer testing is available. Titer testing is a blood test that tests for the active antibodies in a pet’s bloodstream as a means to determine if the pet has immunity to certain diseases or needs vaccine again.

Following are vaccines for dogs we give at Avon Animal Hospital Surrey.

Rabies: A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After 12 weeks of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. Boosters is given after one year and then every three year in Canada .

DAPP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus): All are serious, contagious and sometimes fatal diseases that can affect major organs.

Distemper is a contagious viral disease that affects the respiratory and nervous system of dogs. Distemper does not cause "bad temper." It is a serious illness that is almost always fatal.This is highly contagious viral disease that may spread quickly from dog to dog.Symptoms can include:

  • listlessness
  • fever
  • coughing
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting
  • discharge from eyes and nose.
In it’s final stages it may cause convulsions and paralysis. Death can occur in one to three weeks. Hepatitis is a viral infectious disease that affects the liver and eyes and may cause reproductive problems. Hepatitis is not contagious to people. This virus is spread between dogs by contact with there urine, feces and other secretions from infected animals.

Parvovirus is one of the most serious contagious diseases for puppies . Parvovirus causes severe vomiting and diarrhea while suppressing the immune system and may be fatal even if treated.

Signs; Signs and symptoms:

  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • dehydration
  • Fever
  • Pain
  • Loss of appetite

Bordetella is one of the bacterial causes of "kennel cough" Signs like a honking cough during the night can be stressful for the dog as well as the owner. The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 3-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. If your pet gets boarded regularly check with the boarding facility - some require this vaccine to be given semi-annually.

Canine Influenza (“kennel cough”) – A highly contagious respiratory infection of dogs that is caused by an influenza A virus. If your pet regularly frequents areas where groups of dogs congregate – dog park, day care, grooming/boarding facility – please discuss your dog’s risk of exposure with our veterinarian at Avon animal hospital in surrey .and if the Canine Influenza vaccine is appropriate for your dog. If your dog gets boarded regularly or is in daycare, please check with the facility – some require this vaccine. The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 3 – 4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. You can start this vaccine at 8 week of age too. Parainfluenza is passed from dog to dog and can be fatal. This disease is highly contagious in all ages of a dog’s life. Symptoms may include:

  • dry hacking cough
  • fever
  • difficulty breathing
  • runny nose
  • sneezing
  • runny eyes
  • depression
  • loss of appetite
  • lethargy

Leptospirosis - Leptospirosis is a bacterial infectious disease that causes severe liver and kidney damage and may also affect humans. Dogs can get this disease from wild life like Raccoons, Squirrels, skunks etc. that has contaminated puddles, ponds, lakes, soils. Leptospirosis is Zoonotic Disease which means humans can get form dogs too if they get that. This cause liver and kidney damage in pets’ .The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 3-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. You can start this vaccine at 8 week of age too.

Lyme Disease – If you take your dog in any wooded or bushy area where they can get a tick , they are at risk of getting Lyme disease which can damage joints and kidneys. The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 3-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year.

Following are vaccines for cats we give at Avon Animal Hospital Surrey

Rabies: A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After three months of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. . Boosters is given after one year and then every three year .

FVRCCP: This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline panleukopenia virus, also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life threatening viral disease in the cat population.

Feline Leukemia: The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Feline leukemia virus adversely affects the cats body in many ways. It is the most common cause of cancer in cats. It may cause various blood disorders, and it may lead to a state of immune deficiency that hinders the cat’s ability to protect itself against other infections *No vaccine has a 100% guarantee, though your pet has less chance of disease or illness when following a proper vaccine schedule and giving your pets proper nutrition, exercise, and a properly sanitary living environment. Please contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to book a Vaccination

If you are looking veterinarian in Langley, surrey area to get your pet vaccinated Please call us at 604-532-7600 or email us at avonvet@yahoo.ca

Open 7 days a week Avon Animal Hospital, Full service Animal Hospital in Langley surrey area at border of surrey and Langley close to willowbrook mall Langley. 19475 Fraser Hwy, Surrey B.C.

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LASER SUGERIES

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FLEA CONTROL

Our veterinary clinic offer flea control treatment to pets. You can consult with our vets anytime. Now get up to 30% discount on flea control treat for your pets.

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SICK PET? BUSY DAY?

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