We believe in providing the best preventative health care available.

Most clients are not aware that not all vaccines are the same – at Streetly Vets we use vaccines that we would choose for our own pets.  We will be happy to discuss the difference with you when you bring your pet for vaccination.

There are vaccines to help prevent many illnesses that affect animals including dogs, cats rabbits & ferrets. Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help them live a long, healthy life. There are different vaccines and combinations of vaccines to prevent a variety of contagious diseases.

What does this all mean for your pet? We will recommend a vaccination regime that will provide the safest and best protection for your individual pet. We offer the appropriate vaccine for your pet from age 6 weeks through their senior years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I get my pet vaccinated?

Yes! Many diseases are commonly reported in the UK, and they represent a potentially significant threat to your pet’s health. Vaccination offers the most effective way of protecting your pet against many of the most serious infectious diseases. 

Do I need annual boosters for my pet?

Yes! Every vaccine lasts for different lengths of time, depending on the disease it is protecting against. For this reason we will tailor the boosters to best suit the lifestyle of your pet to provide the best protection.

Most animals require regular boosters to “remind” the immune system and enhance the level of protection. Regular booster vaccinations are necessary to maintain the highest possible level of protection against serious infectious diseases. These regular annual visits also allow the vet to give your pet a full clinical examination and check up, and spot the early signs of any disease conditions which may be developing.

What does your dog vaccination cover?

DHP/Lepto4 is started with two injections followed by and annual vaccination to cover – Distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, canine leptospirosis 4 (covering 4 strains)

Kennel cough is an annual vaccination, which is squirted up the dogs nose and covers against infectious tracheobronchitis – Bordetella bronchiseptica, Canine parainfluenza virus

Rabies vaccination is for those owners wishing to take their pet abroad. Please be sure to plan the rabies vaccination with enough time before your travel depending on where you are travelling

What does your cat vaccination cover?

RCP/FeLV vaccination is the most effective way of protecting your cat against many of the most serious infectious diseases, including cat flu, infectious enteritis, and leukaemia – Feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus infection, feline panleucopaenia, and against feline leukaemia.