The vaccination programs at Snelgrove Veterinary Services are designed to prevent disease and prolong the lives of your companion animals. Vaccinations are the best way to protect your pet against disease. Vaccines are highly effective at stimulating your pet’s immune system, thereby providing effective protection against serious infectious diseases.
Routine vaccinations for dogs include:
Routine vaccinations for cats include:
An optional vaccine for cats, which is strongly recommended for outdoor animals, is Feline Leukemia.
The immunization process has an impact on some animals, though most animals feel and display no symptoms. Others may appear fatigued, eat less, have a slight fever or show mild pain at the vaccination site. All these symptoms are normal. However, if these symptoms persist for more than 24 hours, please call us.
Occasionally, serious allergic reactions can occur and will usually develop within 30 minutes to a few hours following vaccination. If your animal displays any symptoms that persist or appear serious such as: vomiting, diarrhea, facial swelling, hives, excessive scratching, or difficulty breathing, you should contact Snelgrove Veterinary Services immediately.
Vaccination Titres are available for older animals and for those who would prefer to vaccinate their pet less frequently.
Many of the medical technologies that help humans live longer, healthier lives are now available to your pet. With a few simple tests, Snelgrove Veterinary Services can get a wealth of information about your pet’s health! Like you, our greatest concern is the well-being of your pet.
Simple blood, urine and fecal tests can provide us with informative data on your pet’s health. All of these tests are similar and just as important as the tests your doctor performs yearly. It is important to understand that although your pet seems healthy (and very well may be), these tests can provide us with a baseline if your pet ever becomes sick.
Provides us with an accurate assessment of your pet’s red blood cells, white blood cells, platelet count and packed cell volume. These cells provide us with details of anemia, infections, auto-immune diseases and blood cancers.
Detects kidney disease, pancreatic dysfunction, liver concerns, diabetes, electrolytes and cholesterol.
Accurately diagnose an over-active or under-active thyroid.
Diagnose bladder infections, tumors and stones.
Recognizes internal parasites, protozoa and oocysts.
During your next annual examination,ask us about preventive care for your pet.
Snelgrove Veterinary Services offers in-house grooming from our partners at Pretty ‘N Pink Pet Parlor. Their services are tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Enjoy precision, full-service grooming in Brampton for all breeds of dogs. Contact Pretty ‘N Pink directly at 416-722-8056 to book an appointment.