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Protect Your Pets With Regular Pet Vaccinations

Your pet depends on your protection in many ways.  The common things they need are shelter, food, water, exercise and love.  However, diseases spread by other animals are an ever-present threat to the health of your pet.  We live in a high-risk area for diseases spread by other animals such as ticks and mosquitoes.  Benjamin Franklin was right in saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!”  Vaccines are an important protection for your dog. DHLPP:  This vaccine is for canine distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and leptospirosis.  These diseases are typically spread by dogs, foxes, coyotes, raccoons and rodents. Rabies:  This viral disease is fatal for dogs and cats.  Rabies is almost always transmitted via the bite of a rabid animal (often a skunk, raccoon, fox or bat). Bordetella:  This vaccine is for an upper respiratory infection that is highly contagious between dogs.
Vaccines are important for both inside and outside cats. FVRCP:  This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline Leukemia:  The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Rabies:  Rabies is mainly transmitted through the bite wounds of infected mammals and is highly contagious.
Denver Thornton Veterinarians 80221 Serving Westminster | Broomfield |Commerce City | Lakewood | Northglenn | Arvada | Berkley Henderson
Providing Quality Affordable Veterinary Care to Denver & Thornton
8395 Elati Street    Denver, CO 80221   Phone: 303-429-6594
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Your pet depends on your protection in many ways.  The common things they need are shelter, food, water, exercise and love.  However, diseases spread by other animals are an ever-present threat to the health of your pet.  We live in a high-risk area for diseases spread by other animals such as ticks and mosquitoes.  Benjamin Franklin was right in saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!”  Vaccines are an important protection for your dog. DHLPP:  This vaccine is for canine distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and leptospirosis.  These diseases are typically spread by dogs, foxes, coyotes, raccoons and rodents. Rabies:  This viral disease is fatal for dogs and cats.  Rabies is almost always transmitted via the bite of a rabid animal (often a skunk, raccoon, fox or bat). Bordetella:  This vaccine is for an upper respiratory infection that is highly contagious between dogs.
Pet Vaccinations
Vaccines are important for both inside and outside cats. FVRCP:  This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline Leukemia:  The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Rabies:  Rabies is mainly transmitted through the bite wounds of infected mammals and is highly contagious.