Dogs, Cats and Rabbits are susceptible to a range of dangerous, infectious, and potentially fatal diseases.

Fortunately, we can immunise against most of these diseases making cases and epidemics rare. It  is still very important to make sure your pet is fully vaccinated as these diseases are still a constant threat.

We don’t want to give vaccines unnecessarily so we tailor vaccination courses according to your pet’s age, lifestyle and certain other risk factors. Unlike immunisation in people, it is essential to get your pet vaccinated annually as some of the vaccines only last a year. We send all our clients regular reminders through the post, text or e-mail when vaccines are due to help your pet stay protected. Please make sure we are always being updated of your new contact details when you come in.

Vaccination Types


Cats are vaccinated against viruses that cause severe flu-like symptoms, Feline Leukaemia virus – a cancer-inducing disease of cats – and against Panleukopaenia virus – a fatal gastroenteritis. We can also vaccinate against another evil virus, Feline Immune deficiency virus (FIV, cat aids). Depending on your cat’s lifestyle (indoors vs outdoors) we recommend either the F3 (flu & enteritis), F5 (Flu, enteritis and leukaemia) or F6 (F5+ aids).


Dogs are vaccinated against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo virus and Kennel cough.The vaccine for Kennel Cough is highly recommended. In puppies the initial course of three vaccinations is administered at 8,12 and 16 weeks of age. This allows early socialization under controlled low-risk situations from 10 weeks of age and puppies are ready to face the world at 14 weeks. This is a very important stage of puppy development.


Rabbits should be vaccinated against VHD (viral haemorrhagic disease). Rabbits can be vaccinated from 6 weeks of age. In Perth, this needs to be done every 6 months.