According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) there are two broad categories of vaccinations: core and non-core.

Core Vaccines are those vaccines which every dog or cat should receive, regardless of lifestyle and exposure to other pets.

Non-Core Vaccines
 are those vaccines, which may or may not be necessary since the diseases they prevent occur sporadically, are more common in specific circumstances, or are new or “emerging” diseases. These vaccines can be given based on your pets risk.

Please review the following information prior to discussing which vaccinations you elect to have administered to your pet. While we can help provide you with appropriate information to weigh the risks and benefits, it is ultimately your decision as to which vaccines you wish to have your pet receive. Please feel free to ask the doctors or technicians any questions you may have.


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