Cat and Dog Vaccinations
and Microchipping
in New Port Richey, FL

At Country Oaks Animal Hospital in New Port Richey, FL, we're committed to keeping your pets healthy and happy. Vaccinations play a key role in protecting your pets from various diseases, some of which can be transmitted to humans. Starting your pet's vaccinations early, when they're a puppy or kitten, is essential for their growing immune systems. And while we recommend vaccines for all dogs and cats, we’re conscious of the fact that every pet is different and deserves a tailored vaccine schedule that is safest and most effective for them. We also offer microchipping to provide your pet with another type of protection, which you can learn about down below!

Ready to protect your pet? Schedule their vaccination and/or microchipping appointment by giving us a call!

Core Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats

Regular vaccinations strengthen your pet’s immune system, arming them against serious diseases and helping them to ward off infections.

Non-Core Vaccinations Based on Your Pet's Lifestyle

Not all pets have the same needs. Non-core vaccines are given based on your pet's lifestyle, such as whether they're outdoors a lot or socializing with other animals. For cats, we often recommend the FeLV vaccine to guard against feline leukemia. Dogs might need Bordetella and canine influenza vaccines, especially if they frequent dog parks or visit the boarding kennel during the holidays. 

Discussing your pet's vaccine needs with your veterinarian is crucial! Even indoor pets can face risks and should be vaccinated to ensure their safety. Our team in New Port Richey, FL is here to offer personalized advice based on your pet's specific needs.

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The Lifesaving Benefit of Microchipping

Microchipping is a straightforward procedure that can significantly increase the chances of reuniting with your pet if they ever get lost. The microchip, as small as a grain of white rice, is implanted under your pet's skin and carries a unique ID number. This number can be scanned at any veterinary office or animal shelter, providing a permanent form of identification that lasts forever and won't get lost like collars or tags.

For more information on our vaccination services or to learn more about the benefits of microchipping, don't hesitate to reach out to us at (727) 857-9977!

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