Cat and Dog Vaccinations
and Microchipping
in Maize, KS

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Dog Vaccinations In Maize Ks Mobile

Protecting your pet’s health is vital, and cat and dog vaccinations are a key part of that protection. At Companion Animal Hospital, we’re committed to ensuring your pet’s well-being by offering personalized vaccination plans tailored to their lifestyle and health needs. Additionally, we strongly recommend cat and dog microchipping to provide an extra layer of safety, ensuring a higher chance of reuniting with your pet if they get lost.

Ready to safeguard your pet? Call (316) 722-6464 or schedule an appointment online.

Vaccines We Recommend
for Dogs

Vaccinations are crucial for maintaining your pet’s health and increasing their lifespan. By vaccinating your dog, you help build their immunity to some serious diseases:

  • Rabies: A deadly virus of the nervous system that all mammals (including humans) can catch and spread.
  • Distemper: This lethal disease in dogs affects the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems.
  • Parvovirus: Parvo causes severe gastrointestinal symptoms, such as vomiting and diarrhea. Puppies and older dogs are most vulnerable, but any dog can be affected.
  • Parainfluenza: This is a contagious respiratory virus that can cause coughing, fever, and nasal discharge, often contributing to what is commonly known as "kennel cough."
  • Bordetella: Also known as kennel cough, this highly contagious virus is common in kennels, dog parks, daycare centers, and grooming facilities.
  • Leptospirosis: Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that affects animals and humans. Symptoms include fever and kidney and liver damage. The disease can be spread from lakes, rivers, puddles, and damp soil.

For dogs with specific lifestyle needs, we also offer the Influenza vaccine.

Vaccines We Recommend
for Cats

Our vaccination approach for cats is designed to protect them from critical illnesses including:

  • Rabies: Rabies affects cats in the same way it affects other mammals, by attacking the nervous system. It is always lethal.
  • FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia): Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis causes severe respiratory symptoms and eye issues, Calicivirus leads to respiratory infections and mouth ulcers, and Panleukopenia, also known as feline distemper, results in severe gastrointestinal distress and high mortality in cats.
  • FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus): Feline leukemia is a viral infection that impairs a cat's immune system, leading to increased risk for infections, anemia, and lymphoma. We recommend the FeLV vaccine for all kittens under 1 year and cats that go outdoors.

Adding an Extra Layer of Safety with Dog and Cat Microchipping

A microchip is a tiny transponder device implanted just under your pet’s skin. It carries a unique ID number that, when scanned, helps identify your pet. This simple, safe procedure offers peace of mind, knowing you have a lasting way to find your pet if they are lost.

For any questions about vaccinations or microchipping your dog or cat, call us at (316) 722-6464 or schedule your next visit today.

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