Health and Happiness

A huge part of being a good pet owner is taking steps to ensure your companion’s long-term health and happiness. In terms of preventative healthcare, having your pet vaccinated is one of the best and more responsible things that you can do for them. By stimulating the immune system, vaccinations protect companion animals against a wide range of potentially devastating viral and bacterial diseases.

If your dog or cat is in need of pet vaccinations in Lewisville, ABC Veterinary Clinic of Lewisville has you covered. We provide both core and lifestyle vaccines to ensure that the pets in our community are protected against several common diseases.
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Vaccines for Dogs and Cats

Under Texas law, all dogs and cats are required to be vaccinated against rabies by the time they reach four months of age. While that is the only vaccine that is required by law, however, it certainly is not the only one that we recommend.

We offer core vaccines like DAPP to protect dogs against deadly diseases like distemper, hepatitis and parvovirus. FVRCP protect cats aginst Feline viral rhinotracheitis, calcicirus and panleikopenia.

Safe & Healthy Pets

As a pet parent, keeping your companion safe and healthy is likely one of your primary concerns. One of the best ways to do that is keeping them up-to-date on their vaccines. Having your cat or dog vaccinated protects them against several devastating - potentially even deadly - diseases.

Core Vaccines

There are some diseases that pose a higher risk to our canine and feline companions than others. Core vaccines are those that safeguard pets against these more common diseases. The rabies vaccine - which is required by law - keeps pets from the deadly rabies virus. For dogs, we recommend the DHPP vaccine, which protects against distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus. The FVRCP vaccine shields cats against feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia.

Lifestyle Vaccines

Lifestyle vaccines are offered in addition to core vaccines based on things like your pet’s breed, size, age, travel frequency, health history, and general exposure risk. If, for example, your pet regularly spends time around other animals, we may recommend the Bordetella vaccine to protect them against kennel cough. We strongly recommend the leptospirosis vaccine, as well, which protects pets against a potentially deadly zoonotic bacteria that may be present in soil, standing water, or the urine of an infected animal. We may also recommend vaccinating your dog against Lyme disease if you spend a lot of time in the woods or vaccinating your cat against leukemia if they spend time outdoors and come in contact with other cats.
To maintain the best immunity, revaccinating annually may be warranted. We will discuss this with you when we administer the initial vaccine.

Pet Vaccines in Lewisville

For pet vaccines in Lewisville, trust ABC Veterinary Clinic of Lewisville. We will help you determine exactly which vaccines your pet needs and devise a schedule that is effective and easy to stick to. Contact us today to learn more about our vaccination services for dogs and cats.
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We follow, AAHA 2017 guidelines for vaccine protocols

Pet Vaccinations in ABC Veterinary Clinic of Lewisville

For pet vaccinations in Lewisville, trust ABC Veterinary Clinic of Lewisville. We will take your pet’s individual needs into consideration when establishing a vaccine schedule, and our team will happily address any questions or concerns you may have. To request more information or to schedule your dog or cat’s appointment, please contact us today.
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ABC LEWISVILLE VETERINARY CLINIC

ABC Veterinary Clinic of Lewisville provides vaccinations for dogs and cats in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Hebron, Lantana, and the surrounding communities.