Keep your dogs and cats up-to-date on the pet vaccines schedule here at Animal Blessings Pet Hospital in Missoula. We offer the full range of pet vaccines needed to keep your pet healthy in their day-to-day lives and interactions with other animals that can be potential carriers of harmful pet diseases.

Benefits of Pet Vaccines

Pet vaccines protect our animals from illnesses that can make them incredibly sick, or which can even be fatal. All dogs, cats and even ferrets are required to be vaccinated for rabies at three months of age in Missoula.

Even if your pet is primarily indoors, there are several illnesses that are airborne that they can still come into contact with. In addition, any time your pet is outdoors for activities or socialization, it creates the potential for them to come into contact with various pathogens.
Vaccination is the best way to protect your pet from these dangers.

Pet Vaccines in Missoula, MT

Cat Vaccinations in Missoula, MT

We have the following vaccines available for cats:

  • FVRCP: Calicivirus, panleukopenia and rhinotracheitis are three airborne cat viruses that can be potentially fatal to pets.
  • Feline Leukemia: This form of leukemia is the second-highest cause of death among cats.

Dog Vaccinations in Missoula, MT

Dogs are more prone to a wide variety of diseases that can be prevented with core pet vaccines. We offer the following vaccines and can share the vaccination schedule with you at our clinic, to keep your dog up-to-date and protected:

  • Bordetella: This vaccine offers protection against an upper respiratory infection in canines. This illness can lead to bronchitis in older pets and a form of dog pneumonia in puppies.
  • Canine Influenza: Canine influenza is rare in Montana, but not completely unheard of. Canine flu is potentially fatal, so ask about this vaccine if you are interested in having your dog protected against it.
  • Distemper: This catastrophic airborne dog disease can lead to brain damage if your pet is not vaccinated against it.
  • Leptospirosis: Dogs that spend any amount of time outdoors should be vaccinated against Leptospirosis, which they can contract from coming in contact with the urine of other animals.
  • Parvovirus: Parvo is a miserable condition that causes extreme vomiting and bloody diarrhea.
  • Rabies: Rabies is fatal for any animal that contracts it. The vaccine protects your dog in case they get bitten by a wild animal that has rabies.

Missoula, MT Pet Vaccines

Schedule an Appointment for Pet Vaccines

Whether you want to wait until your next pet wellness check or want to learn about pet vaccines right now, contact our office to schedule your next appointment. The number is 406-721-1200.

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