- Puppies are generally vaccinated at eight and ten weeks of age. We also recommend a third parvovirus vaccination at sixteen weeks old.
- Kittens are vaccinated from nine weeks of age, the initial course consisting of two vaccines three weeks apart
- Rabbit kittens can be vaccinated from five weeks old with a single injection
Full immunity to the infectious diseases we vaccinate against develops approximately ten days after the complete initial vaccination course. Therefore, until this time young animals should be kept away from potential sources of infection.
Protect your pet from serious infectious disease by vaccination followed by annual boosters.