Pet Vaccinations for a Healthier Bloomfield

Your pet isn’t the only one who benefits from vaccines. When vaccines are widespread in a population, they create a herd or community immunity which means that the whole population is protected from dangerous diseases. Herd immunity also helps to protect those that are compromised and unable to receive vaccines. However, any lapse in pet vaccinations puts the community, and your pet, at risk. At DePorre Veterinary Hospital, we offer safe, effective vaccines for your cats and dogs.

Dog Vaccines


  • Rabies
  • DHPP (distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza)


  • Leptospirosis (bacterial disease; strongly advised due to increasing number of cases in our area)
  • Bordetella (kennel cough; recommended, and often required, for dogs in boarding, daycare, grooming, and training)
  • Canine Influenza (a severe respiratory illness; recommended, and often required, for dogs in boarding, daycare, grooming, and training)
  • Lyme (a tick-borne illness; recommended for outdoor dogs)

Cat Vaccines


  • Rabies
  • FVRCP (feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia)


  • Feline Leukemia (a highly contagious, incurable disease; recommended for outdoor cats)
Happy kitten likes being stroked by woman's hand. The British Shorthair

Consistent Vaccinations Throughout Life

Both cats and dogs need vaccinations throughout their lives. They’ll receive an initial series of vaccines at a young age, usually starting between 6 and 8 weeks of age. Then, they’ll require boosters either annually or every three years (depending on the vaccine) in order to maintain their immunity. When you come in for your pet’s vaccination appointment, we’ll discuss their schedule with you so you understand which vaccines your pet needs and when. Contact us today to learn more about pet vaccinations and to make your appointment.


Excellent service from all staff! Can have grooming done and get routine vaccinations all in one appointment (if you can get a grooming appointment!).




DePorre Veterinary Hospital

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