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Information On Vaccines, Heartworm Prevention And Flea And Tick Control:

Rabies Vaccine:  Rabies is transmitted through bites from wild animals, particularly skunks, raccoons, possums, bats, and foxes. This disease can be transmitted to humans through the bite or scratch of an infected pet/animal. Puppies and kittens will first receive this vaccination at 12 weeks of age; then will be revaccinated annually. This vaccine is required by law through the individual counties.

DHPPLV Vaccine: This is a “5-way” canine vaccine that vaccinates against canine distemper, parainfluenza, parvovirus, hepatitis and leptospirosis. Distemper and parvovirus are often times fatal, especially in puppies and is why it is boostered multiple times. Puppies can be vaccinated as early as 6 weeks and are boostered every 3 weeks until 16 weeks of age. Adult dogs are then revaccinated yearly.

FVRCP Vaccine: This is a “4-way” feline vaccine that vaccinates against feline distemper (aka Panleukopenia), Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, and Chlamydia. Kittens can be vaccinated as early as 6 weeks and are boostered every 3-4 weeks for two additional vaccinations. Adult cats are then revaccinated yearly.

Feline Leukemia Vaccine: Feline Leukemia Vaccine is recommended for kittens and cats that are of “high risk,” such as indoor/outdoor cats/kittens.

Lyme Vaccine: Lyme is a disease transmitted by ticks and the vaccine is recommended for dogs and puppies that are considered “high risk.” This includes dogs that spend time outdoors in wooded or grassy areas, such as dog parks, campgrounds, hunting fields/meadows/ponds, and/or dogs that visit Lyme-endemic areas of the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic or upper Midwest.

Bordetella: Also known as “kennel cough.” We recommend the oral vaccine at 12 weeks then annually thereafter.

Heartworm Prevention:  Heartworm disease is a serious disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes and if left untreated can be fatal. We recommend your dog and cat go on year round heartworm prevention starting at your puppy’s or kitten’s first visit. Your dog will need to be tested with a simple blood test for heartworm disease on an annual basis.

Flea and Tick Control: We recommend using flea/tick prevention year round.

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Vetsource is unable to take returns or offer refunds on prescription products due to state and federal laws prohibiting pharmacies, including those providing home delivery, to resell prescription products, even if unopened.

Refunds for non-prescription items are generally processed within 24 hours of request. It generally takes 3-5 business days for funds to be credited to your account, though the exact amount of time is determined by your financial institution.

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