Connersville Veterinary Clinic

808 East County Road 250S
Connersville, IN 47331

(765)825-9620

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Puppy and Kitten Care

 

If youre thinking about bringing a new pet into your family, we are here to support you!  Protecting your pet begins with a Wellness Exam!  If you have other pets in the house or even children, we highly suggest bringing your new pet in for a "Vet Check" within at least 14 days.  Not only will this protect your pet but it will also potentially protect your family against disease and parasites.  

 

Did you know that a nursing puppy or kitten receives immunity from its mothers milk?!  As they start weaning from the mommy, the immunity starts to diminish, leaving your pet very unprotected.  This is why we Vaccinate!  Your puppy or kitten should be Vaccinated at 6 Weeks Old, 9 Weeks Old, and 12 Weeks Old.

 


Our Pup 1 Wellness Visit (6 Weeks) includes:

- Distemper, Parvo, and Adenovirus Type 1 and 2 Vaccinations
- Deworm

Our Pup 2 Wellness Visit (9 Weeks) includes:

- Distemper, Parvo, and Adenovirus Type 1 and 2 Vaccinations
- Deworm

Our Pup 3 Wellness Visit (12 Weeks) includes:

- Distemper, Parvo, Adenovirus Type 1 and 2, and Leptospirosis (4 Strains) Vaccinations
- Rabies - 1 Year Vaccination

 


Our Kitten 1 Wellness Visit (6 Weeks) includes:

- Rhinotracheitis, Calici, and Panleukopenia Vaccinations
- Deworm

Our Kitten 2 Wellness Visit (9 Weeks) includes:

- Rhinotracheitis, Calici, and Panleukopenia Vaccinations
- Deworm

Our Kitten 3 Wellness Visit (12 Weeks) includes:

- Leukemia, Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia Vaccinations
- Rabies- 1 Year Vaccination

 

The dewormer we use while giving their Vaccinations, deworms for Roundworms and Hookworms.  These two internal parasites are commonly seen in puppies and kittens.  Although we deworm roundworm and hookworm specifically, we highly suggest bringing in a Fecal sample to test for several other parasites as well. 

 

Common symptoms your pet may experience can include:
     - Mild fever
     - Decrease in social behavior
     - Diminished appetite or activity
     - Sneezing or other respiratory signs (with intranasal vaccines)
     - Discomfort or mild swelling at the injection site

Congratulations on taking an important step in protecting you pets and family!

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