Routine vaccinations are an extremely important component of preventative healthcare.  Protecting your pet from harmful disease will save you a lot of money and heartache.  Some diseases like Rabies can be transmitted to humans, and is completely preventable. Pet vaccines are being made more pure than ever, so adverse reactions to vaccines are now rare.  Some vaccines, such as Rabies and Parvo-Distemper, are administered less frequently than they used to be. We also administer each vaccine in a unique area of your pet's body, so that if a vaccine reaction does occur, we can tell which vaccine caused the reaction, so as to prevent it in the future.  Additionally, vaccine blood titers are now available to see if your pet actually needs that booster vaccination!


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  • "I have brought my dog Ringo for the last 14 Years! Thank you both for taking such great care of him! Dr Jim and Dr Deb are both great doctors!"
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