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Pet Vaccinations

College Way Animal Hospital, we love taking care of our furry patients whenever they are sick, and we do all we can to foster a speedy recovery. One of the easiest ways to ensure your pets stay in tip-top condition year-round is to keep them current with the necessary pet vaccinations. At College Way, we believe prevention is the finest form of protection when it comes to guarding your dog or cat against common pet ailments. Cat and dog vaccinations are essential tools in our clinic's arsenal that keep our cherished patients from developing various illnesses that affect their particular species.
College Way's cat vaccinations protect our feline friends from several viruses and diseases that can wreak havoc on their gastrointestinal, respiratory and immune systems. Our dog vaccinations guard our canine buddies from diseases that can have adverse effects on their respiratory, immune and excretory systems.
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It is crucial for all dogs and cats to receive the recommended pet vaccinations for their species. Even pets that remain indoors most, if not all, of the time can still catch airborne viruses through an open window or door or from the outside environment when they go to the bathroom. Pet viruses are often spread among animals through direct contact with infected animals that are wild or whose owners did not keep their pet vaccinations up to date. Given the deadly and progressive nature of the viruses that affect dogs and cats, it is very important to immunize your pet. Be sure to keep your cat current with the latest cat vaccinations and your pooch up to date with the necessary dog vaccinations.
At College Way, we offer multiple cat and dog vaccinations. We administer all pet vaccinations with the most state-of-the-art vaccine technology and methods available today. Below is a list of the various pet vaccinations we offer, separated by species.


• DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Para-influenza, Parvo)
• Rabies
• Bordetella
• Leptospirosis


• FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotrachetitis, Calici virus, Panleukopenia)
• FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus)
• Rabies