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Vaccinations are a very important part of our wellness program and are key to helping our pets develop the antibodies necessary to ward off diseases such as, Canine Distemper and Rabies.
Click on each of the links below to learn about Town & Country's Vaccination Protocols and the diseases we strive to protect your pets against.
|Canine Vaccination Protocols & Contagious Diseases|
|Feline Vaccination Protocols & Contagious Diseases|
|Ferret Vaccination Protocols & Contagious Diseases|
It is important to monitor your pet for possible vaccine reactions after their injections. Although not common, signs of a reaction may be painting, shortness of breath, hives, persistent vomiting or diarrhea, and swelling around the face, neck, or eyes. Reactions can occur within minutes to hours after inoculation. Notify your veterinarian immediately of any signs of an allergic reaction in your pet.
If your pet has any history of vaccine reactions, please alert our staff so that our doctor can make appropriate adjustments to their well-care routine.