What to expect

Vaccinations are important to prevent some of the very serious diseases that could affect your pet and lead to serious diseases or even death. Some diseases that can be prevented by vaccination – such as Rabies – can even affect yourself, your family, and other people. Our veterinarians will assess your pet and suggest a vaccination program tailored to your animal’s lifestyle and individual needs. It is important to stick to the follow-up vaccination schedule to maintain adequate immunity and protection. A vaccination booklet is issued on the first vaccination to help you to keep track of your pets’ follow-up vaccinations and treatments.


Protecting yourself and your pet from transmissible diseases





The following FAQs can help you learn more about vaccinations. If you have any additional queries, please contact us.

We strongly recommend routine vaccination and deworming programs which depend on the species and age of your pet.
For more details please make an appointment.

Currently, the primary vaccination for cats and dogs should be administered at 6-8 weeks of age and has to be repeated after 3-4 weeks to achieve optimal immunity. Thereafter annual booster vaccinations are required to maintain adequate immunity or disease protection.
Rabies vaccination should be done at 3 months of age and should also be repeated annually. The vaccination program can vary as it also depends on the individual patient, risk of infection, and the manufacturers’ recommendations.