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Vaccination Details and Price Plan

Dogs Vaccinations
Cats Vaccinatons

PRIMODOG VACCINATION  

Rs 1500

Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic Canine Parvo-Virus



HEXADOG VACCINATION

Rs 2200

Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic viruses i.e Canine Distemper, Infectious Hepatitis, Parvo, Parainfluenza, Rabies

RABIES VACCINATION

Rs 1000

 Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic 

Rabies Virus

 

FEL-O-VAX VACCINATION  

Rs 2500

Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic feline calci virus,Panleukopenia, Feline Rhinotracheitis



BIOFEL VACCINATION

Rs 2500

Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic viruses i.e panleucopenia, calicivirus and herpesvirus

RABIES VACCINATION

Rs 1000

 Core Vaccine 

Vaccination For Highly Pathogenic 

Rabies Virus

 

WHAT IS THE VACCINATION SCHEDULE FOR CATS & KITTENS ?

1) Vaccination Schedule for Kittens

At the age of 2 months Deworming

After 10 days 1st Shot (Rabisin+FeloVac)

After 21 days 2nd Shot (Rabisin+FeloVac)

Annual Booster

2) Vaccination Schedule for Adults

At Day 0 (start of protocol) Deworming

After 10 days 1st Shot (Rabisin+FeloVac)

After 21 days 2nd Shot (Rabisin+FeloVac)

Annual Booster

WHAT IS THE VACCINATION SCHEDULE FOR DOGS & PUPPIES ?

1) Vaccination Schedule for Puppy

At the age of 18 days Deworming

At the age of 21 days 1St Shot (PrimaDog= Parvo)

After 21 days 2nd Shot (PrimaDog=Parvo)

After 21 days 3rd Shot (HexaDog/Euricane LR)

After 21 days 4th Shot (HexaDog/Euricane LR)

Annual Booster

2) Vaccination Schedule for Adults

At Day 0 (start of protocol) Deworming

At Day 7 1st shot (HexaDog/Euricane LR)

At Day 21 2nd Shot (HexaDog/Euricane LR)

Annual Booster (HexaDog/Euricane LR)

PrimaDog = Canine Parvo Virus HexaDog = canine Distemper, Infectious Hepatitis, Parvo, Parainfluenza, Rabies

Euricane LR = canine Distemper, Infectious Hepatitis, Parvo, Parainfluenza, Leptospira, Rabies

Felovac = feline calci virus,Panleukopenia, Feline Rhinotracheitis

Deworming schedule varies very much but it is recommended to deworm your pet before vaccination shots and then repeat deworming after every 4 months for both dogs and cats. The gap between deworming and vaccination is to be kept between 3-5 days.

What's Pets Lelo Doing for your pet's Health

PETS LELO health plan is a preventative plan following primary vaccinations which includes annual booster vaccinations, an annual health check with your vet and an annual health check with a veterinary nurse. These regular visits give us the opportunity to monitor the general health of your pet and notice those often subtle changes, catching potentially life threatening conditions early, while they’re still treatable. PETS LELO health plan offers you & your pet: Annual booster vaccinations for life An annual vet health check when your pet has their booster An additional annual health check with a veterinary nurse 6 months after the booster.

FAQs

There is good evidence that the vast majority of dogs are protected against viral distemper, hepatitis and parvovirus for three years after the primary course of vaccinations. Similar data exists for panleukopaenia in cats, and for this reason our vets have carefully selected vaccines that allow extended intervals between vaccinations against these diseases.

However, leptospirosis in dogs and feline leukaemia virus in cats are both endemic (everywhere) in the UK. Sadly, protection from these vaccines does not last much beyond 12 months – that is why revaccination against these diseases is recommended on an annual basis.

This means if you look at your vaccination card you’ll see that, while your dog or cat has vaccinations every year, it won’t always be against the same diseases.

Titre testing (blood testing) is available for checking a dog’s antibody levels against the core viral diseases at all of our clinics upon request (there is no effective test for leptospirosis). This carries an additional cost above vaccination and involves a blood sample being taken.

An annual visit to the vets also means a chance for a full top to tail health check, giving you and your vet the chance to spot any brewing problems early. Another great reason to get your vaccination appointment booked!

The first booster, given at around 15 months of age, is vitally important as it will catch any pet who has failed to respond to their primary vaccination course. Many of the modified live virus vaccines produce a very strong immune response that only needs to be boosted

every few years. Other vaccines cannot produce the same level of immunity and require more frequent (often yearly) boosting. This is why your pet may receive a different combination of vaccines from year to year.

Testing antibody levels in the blood is a good way to assess an individual pet’s immunity level against a specific infection, although in dogs this is only reliable for parvovirus, distemper and adenovirus. If antibody levels are found to be high when a booster vaccination is scheduled, then your vet may advise you to delay the administration of the booster. Since this will be outside the licensed use of the vaccine, this deviation from vaccine protocol is termed ‘off-licence’.

Whether to vaccinate elderly pets or not has more to do with their activity and likely exposure to disease than their age. For example, if your cat never comes into contact with other cats and you are not going to introduce any new cats or kittens into your household, then the benefits of vaccination may be limited.

It must be borne in mind that the immune system of an elderly animal is less robust, so if they are likely to be exposed to infection then continued vaccination is all the more important.

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