Vaccination services

Last updated 24 September 2019
Vaccination services at Vet Hospital Port Shepstone

In today’s society, vaccinations has become vital in maintaining your pet dog or cat’s health. Vaccinations will prevent vaccine preventable diseases such as Parvovirus, Distemper virus, influenza, hepatitis, Rabies and many others.

Vet Hospital Port Shepstone offers an extensive range of necessary and at-risk vaccinations for puppies/dogs and kittens/cats. For first-time pet owners the veterinarians at Vet Hospital Port Shepstone will evaluate your puppy/kitten and introduce the nesessary vaccination protocol. He/she will also discuss its health, breed, food and other relevant information. For older pets, vaccinations are the best way to maintain vaccination protection (through boosters) and to have your pet checked out at least once a year for problems you might not be aware of.

For your puppy or kitten’s first vaccination or to make sure all their relevant vaccinations are up to date, please phone our reception for enquiries on 039 682 2433.

The vaccination consultation

The attending veterinarian will recommend the best vaccination protocol in the Port Shepstone area for your pet. During the vaccination consult, owners are also encouraged to ask questions and discuss current and potential problems they might have.

During the initial puppy / kitten vaccination consultations, things like sterilisation, deworming, tick and flea control, permanent pet identification and  pet medical insurance will be discussed. We at Vet Hospital Port Shepstone also try to be proactive by warning owners about potential problems their breed might have in the future and give suggestions on how to prevent them. Because the first vaccination consultation can sometimes be overwhelming, your will be given written information in the form of a letter about these very important aspects.

Vaccination Tuesdays

Vet Hospital Port Shepstone offers a 10% discount on the vaccination service fees on Tuesdays. Appointment essential. Terms & Conditions apply.

First puppy/kitten vaccination

For first-time pet owners, everything has to start somewhere. Your puppy or kitten-veterinarian relationship starts with vaccinations.

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