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Pet Vaccination Clinic for Cats & Dogs

At The Gentle Vet, we prioritise the health and wellbeing of your beloved pets. Understanding the crucial role of vaccinations in safeguarding their health, we provide comprehensive vaccination services for cats and dogs. Our approach is guided by the latest veterinary practices and a deep understanding of the needs of pets in Singapore.

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Core Vaccinations

Vaccinations are vital in preventing common and potentially fatal diseases in pets. Without these vaccinations, cats and dogs are at risk of contracting and spreading serious illnesses, some of which can be harmful to humans too. At our 24-hour pet clinic, we emphasise the importance of regular vaccinations as a key aspect of preventive pet healthcare.
Our cat vaccination programme includes essential vaccines to protect against:

Cat Vaccinations

  • Feline Panleukopenia (FPV): Also known as feline distemper, this highly contagious virus can be fatal, especially in kittens.
  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV): A common respiratory infection in cats, causing mouth ulcers and pneumonia.
  • Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus (FHV-1): A severe upper respiratory infection, often leading to chronic sniffling or corneal ulcers.
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Protect Your Pets with a Trusted Pet Vaccination Clinic

Vaccinating your pets is a critical step in ensuring their long-term health and wellbeing. At The Gentle Vet, our trained and experienced veterinarians are committed to providing the best possible care. Protect your beloved cats and dogs by keeping their vaccinations up to date with our trusted services.

Dog Vaccinations

For dogs, our vaccination programme covers:

  • Canine Distemper Virus (CDV): A serious viral disease affecting the respiratory and nervous systems.
  • Canine Parvovirus (CPV): A highly contagious and potentially deadly illness, causing gastrointestinal tract damage.
  • Canine Adenovirus (CAV): Causes infectious hepatitis, leading to liver failure.
  • Rabies virus (RV): A fatal viral disease that can be transmitted to humans.

Frequently Asked Questions about Vaccinations for Cats and Dogs

It’s recommended to wait until at least a week after the final vaccination in the initial series before allowing your pet to socialise with other animals. This period ensures their immune system has responded adequately to the vaccine.

Yes, booster vaccinations are crucial for maintaining immunity throughout your cat’s or dog’s life. The frequency of these boosters will depend on the specific vaccine and your pet’s individual health needs.

Absolutely. Older cats and dogs can be vaccinated, although they may require an initial series of vaccinations followed by regular boosters. It’s important to consult with our geriatric veterinarians for a tailored vaccination plan.

Generally, no specific preparation is needed. However, ensure your pet is in good health on the day of vaccination. If your pet is unwell, it’s best to reschedule the appointment.
At The Gentle Vet, we maintain detailed health records for all our patients. Our clinic will remind you when it’s time for your pet’s next vaccination. You can also keep a personal record to monitor their vaccination schedule.
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291 Tanjong Katong Road (437074)
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