Dog and Cat Vaccinations in Hudson, NH

Getting your pet vaccinated at the right time protects them from highly contagious and potentially deadly diseases. While the timing can vary based on size and breed, cats and dogs are not considered fully grown until they are one year old. This means their immune systems are also not fully developed, making them vulnerable to illness without proper vaccinations. At All Pets Veterinary Hospital, we have extensive experience with dog and cat vaccinations in Hudson, NH and can customize a vaccination plan for your furry family member.

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When You Should Get Your Pet Vaccinated

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In an ideal world, every pet would be vaccinated within their first few months of life to protect them from dangerous animal diseases. We recommend starting vaccinations for dogs and cats at six to eight weeks old. Following this, a series of booster vaccinations should be given every three to four weeks until the final dose at four months old. It’s crucial to adhere to this vaccination schedule, as incomplete boosters can lead to incomplete protection against the diseases you aim to prevent. After the initial series of vaccinations for puppies or kittens, we will determine whether your pet should come in annually or every three years for updates. The frequency of adult pet vaccinations largely depends on their lifestyle.

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Customized Dog and Cat Vaccinations 

At our animal hospital near Hudson, every cat and dog receives a set of “core” vaccines. Cats are protected from three different diseases with one dose of FVRCP, while dogs are protected from four different diseases with one dose of DHPP. Rabies vaccinations are also required by law, as infected animals can transmit this disease to humans. If your pet travels with you or spends a lot of time outdoors, we may recommend additional vaccinations.

Some of the additional vaccinations dogs may get include:

  • Canine influenza.
  • Lyme disease.
  • Leptospirosis, which can be contracted to humans.

Some of the additional vaccinations cats may get include:

  • Chlamydia, which can be included with FVRCP.
  • Feline leukemia for outdoor cats.
  • Bordetella to protect them from kennel cough.
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.

Contact us with any questions about pet vaccinations! We’re eager to serve Nashua and surrounding animal communities and their owners.

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