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Consultation

In Home Vet Consultation

A full consultation includes history taking, physical examination, examination of the pet’s environment, on the spot diagnostic tests...

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Vaccinations

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Vaccinating your pet regularly according to the latest guidelines is the best way to keep pets away...

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Home Euthanasia

Home Euthanasia

Euthanasia is a painless procedure, and allows us to say a final goodbye when our pet is suffering with incurable painful conditions...

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Skin Problems

Skin Problems in Pet
Dr Ram wll assess your pet for all of these problems. Most of these problems may be diagnosed on the basis of history, physical examination and on the spot tests...
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Vaccination

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Vaccinating your pet regularly according to the latest guidelines is the best way to keep pets away from deadly and expansive diseases like

Parvo virus, hepatitis and canine distemper in dogs; . Please refer to World Small Animal Veterinary Guidelines 2010 (Journal of Small Animal Practice. Vol 51, June 2010) for details. In general vaccines have been classified in 2 categories core and noncore vaccines. Core Vaccines are recommended vaccines and must be given to pets. Non Core vaccines are optional and their use is circumstantial.

Dog Vaccination

A. Core Vaccines of dogs – These are recommended vaccines.

  1. Canine Parvo Virus
  2. Canine Distemper Virus
  3. Infectious Canine Hepatitis Virus

Vaccination Schedule* (May vary according to manufacturer)

Puppy Vaccination
  • 1st Vaccination – 6-8 weeks of age
  • 2nd Vaccination – 10- 12 weeks of age
  • 3rd vaccination – 14-16 weeks of age
  • Booster – At the age of one year
  • Revaccination – Every three year/annual
Adult Vaccination
  • 16 weeks or more of age (non vaccinated adult or unknown vaccination) Administer 2 doses at 4 weeks interval. Booster and revaccination is same to Puppy vaccination.

Non Core Vaccines

– These vaccines are recommended but not compulsory. Although they protect dogs from important and highly contagious infections like kennel cough. In Australia we vaccinate our dogs mainly against Kennel cough (caused by the bacterium Bordetenella bronchiseptica and Para influenza virus) and Leptospirosis.

Kennel Cough Vaccination

Intranasal vaccination- This is live vaccine
  • Puppy – Administers single dose at the age of 3 weeks. For better results administer another dose after 4 weeks then every year.
  • Adult – Single dose followed by annual vaccination
Injectable vaccination
  • Puppy – 6-8 weeks of age then at the age of 10-12 weeks followed by annual vaccination

Cat Vaccination

Vaccination Schedule – This may vary according to manufacturer, other needs
VaccineKitten(<16 weeks)Adult (>16 weeks)BoosterRevaccination
Core Vaccines
  1. Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  2. Feline Herpes Virus
  3. Feline Calcivirus
  1. 1st – 6-8 weeks
  2. 2nd – 10 -12 weeks
  3. 3rd – 14- 16 weeks
2 dose, 3- 4 weeks apart 1 year following the last vaccination Annual
Note: FPV Live vaccine is not for pregnant cats
Non Core Vaccine
  1. Feline Leukemia Virus – FeLV (killed)
  2. Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
2 dose, 3-4 weeks apart before 16 weeks of age 2 dose, 3- 4 weeks apart 1 year following the last vaccination Annual
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) 3 dose, 3-4 weeks apart 3 dose, 3-4 weeks apart Annual Annual
Chlamydophila felis 9 weeks12-14 weeks 3 dose, 3-4 weeks apart Annual Annual

Vet At Home

Contacts
VET AT HOME
PO BOX 5292,Canning Vale South, WA 6155, AUSTRALIA
Phone: 0416 724 140

Emails : vetathome@hotmail.com

info@vetathome.com.au

Skype : vetathome@hotmail.com

Opening Hours

Monday to Saturdays
8:30AM - 6 PM
Sunday and Public Holidays
9:00AM - 5:00PM (Not Guaranteed)
Afterhours/emergencies
6:00PM - 9:00PM (Not Guaranteed)