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If you are searching for feline vaccinations in Nashville, you’ve come to the right place. Here at PetMed, your Antioch veterinarian offers cat vaccinations and can ensure that your cat meets the health recommendations & requirements for felines. Whether you have a kitten in need of their first vaccines, or you have an aged cat that needs updated vaccinations, we can help you. To get you started here is what you need to know about cat vaccinations.
You’ll want to get a cat vaccination schedule in line as soon as possible. This will protect your cat and your neighborhood from infectious diseases. All cats at 6 to 7 weeks get a combination vaccination that covers the core cat vaccinations. Then at 10, 12, 13, 16, and 19 weeks your cat will need to get additional vaccines. This is the typical schedule for healthy house cats. If your cat lives outdoors, with multiple other cats, or is a rescue you might need additional vaccinations depending on the cat’s needs. If your cat has already received some vaccines we need to have a copy of their immunization record on file. This ensures we will not skip any vaccines on their schedule.
As a cat owner you want your kitty to live a happy, healthy life. Getting regular pet vaccinations in Nashville is a great starting point. Before you rush out and get any vaccines consider the vaccination recommendations for cats:
Panleukopenia aka distemper
Feline viral rhinotracheitis to prevent herpes virus from causing heart or lung infections
Feline calicivirus also used to prevent upper respiratory infections
Each of these three vaccines for cats should be administered every three years. However, if you are living in a neighborhood or region where these infectious conditions are prevalent you may need to vaccinate your cat more frequently. Speak with your Antioch veterinarian here at PetMed for more information.
While there are certain vaccines you need to get for your cat, there are some that might also suit your feline. These include:
Feline leukemia for cats that are at risk
Chlamoydophila is only recommended for cats with this condition as it is used to reduce severity
Feline infectious peritonitis is not recommended, but 25 to 40 percent of cats have this condition, as well as up to 95 percent of cats living in multi-cat households
Bordetella in particular for kittens
Thank you for choosing PetMed for your pet vaccinations in Nashville. We hope we have answered some of your questions regarding feline vaccinations. At the same rate if you would like more information please give us a call. If you are ready to schedule a vaccination visit for your cat contact PetMed serving Antioch, Nashville, and the surrounding communities.
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