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  • We start at 6 weeks of age with the PUPPY (parvovirus and distemper) vaccine.
  • At 9 weeks of age, we repeat the vaccination against parvovirus and distemper and add a set of further antibodies: Rubarth’s disease (infectious hepatitis) and kennel cough.
  • At 12 weeks, we give a single vaccine set that protects dogs against leptospirosis and rabies in addition to the diseases vaccinated at 9 months.
  • Each time, vaccination is a one-time event with all antibodies are in one injection
  • Lyme disease – before tick season, at 3-4 week intervals;
  • Herpesvirus – for pregnant bitches (prevents herpesvirus infection of puppies).


  • We start at week 9 (panleukopenia and feline catarrh),
  • At week 12, non-outdoor cats are given a set of 4 antigens (panleukopenia, feline distemper, hlamydiosis and feline leukaemia) and outdoor cats are given a rabies vaccination,
  • We administer the same sets of anyugens as after week 12 (in one vaccine) to cats every two years.


We vaccinate from 8 weeks and then after 3 weeks (both vaccinations against distemper). We include rabies vaccination for outdoor ferrets and those that travel abroad. Vaccination is repeated every year.


The first vaccination should be done at 8-10 weeks (myxomatosis and rabbit fever). This vaccination should be repeated after 4 weeks (if the season of stinging insects such as mosquitoes and midges, which spread diseases dangerous to rabbits, has not yet ended).

Animal vaccination – FAQ

What vaccinations should be given to outdoor cats?

  • Feline leukaemia –  a viral disease that cats catch mostly through friendly contact: mutual licking, grooming, playing and biting. The virus carrier is saliva, faeces and urine. Healthy cats are vaccinated from 8 or 12 weeks with a repeat after 3 or 4 weeks. Vaccination every one or two years.
  • Chlamydiosis– a bacterial disease transmitted by secretions from the conjunctival sacs. The vaccine can be given along with the core vaccinations.
  • Rabies– a virus transmitted by saliva or biting. Rabies is an incurable disease. The first vaccination is performed 3 or 4 weeks after the second obligatory vaccination for infectious diseases.