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At Family Pet Hospital of Stone Oak, pet vaccines are one of the many services our veterinarian in San Antonio is able to offer. Whether your pet is due for a round of vaccinations or it's been awhile since the last time you had your pet vaccinated, we've got you covered. We offer a wide range of both core and non-core pet vaccines for dogs and cats alike.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up-to-date is one of the most simple yet effective things you can do to protect your beloved pet's health. Unfortunately, when your pet is overdue for a vaccination, it is possible for him or her to contract that illness or disease if your pet comes into contact with certain bacteria from another animal or person. At the same time, many diseases and illnesses can be spread from your pet to other pets in your household, or (in the case of rabies) even to humans! By having your pet vaccinated, you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with protecting your pets and the rest of your loved ones.
It's just as important to vaccinate indoor pets as it is to vaccinate your outdoor pets. That's because even a strictly indoor pet can come into contact with viruses and bacteria that are brought in from the outdoors.
A lot of times, pet owners aren't sure which vaccines their pet needs, which contributes to them never having them vaccinated at all. At our pet hospital, we do our best to keep you informed by providing you with a vaccination schedule at every appointment; this will help you see which vaccinations are recommended for your pet and the exact due date for each dog vaccination or cat vaccination.
We offer both core and non-core vaccines in our office, with some of the more common dog vaccination recommendations including:
As far as cat vaccination recommendations go, we generally recommend:
If you have copies of your pet's most recent vaccination paperwork with another vet, we simply ask that you bring these into our office at the time of your pet's appointment so that we can determine which vaccinations will be needed to get your pet up-to-date.
If you have questions about pet vaccinations or would like to schedule your pet's vaccination appointment with our San Antonio veterinarian, just give us a call.
You can reach Family Pet Hospital of Stone Oak by calling (210) 495-2722.
Dr. Woolley has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.
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