Pets should be dewormed at 2 weeks old and begin their vaccinations at 8 weeks old. It is important to follow the vaccination schedule recommended by your veterinarian to ensure your pet is properly protected from preventable illnesses.
Pets should always have a history of deworming before they can be assessed for vaccination. This is important to make sure that the pet is healthy enough to receive the vaccine and ensure that it will have the best protection against infectious diseases.
We may refuse to vaccinate if the pet is pregnant, nursing, suffering from any acute diseases, has any kind of reaction from previous vaccinations or has been vaccinated within the last 6 months. We will also not provide vaccinations to animals that appear to be in poor health or have underlying conditions. If the animal has a medical condition that may be affected by the vaccine or dewormer, we recommend you seek advice from your vet prior to the appointment.
We understand the importance of vaccinating your pet, but we must also consider the welfare of your pet, and if they are not fit for vaccination, we have the right to decline and re-assess and reschedule the vaccination at a later date when your pet is fit for the process.