In Home Pet Vaccinations

Taking your dog or cat to the veterinarian can be difficult. Getting your cat into a crate or your dog into the car or on the subway can be stressful for owners and pets alike. If your animal previously had a bad experience at the veterinarian’s office, he or she may react poorly once in the vet's office. This is why many people in New York City and elsewhere are turning to at-home pet treatment and vaccinations. Why take your pet to the vet, when City Pets can come to you?

Dog and cat vaccinations are important. A vaccine can prevent your pet from contracting a grave illness. Certain diseases, such as rabies, are almost always fatal. The only treatment is prevention, and that means a vaccine. The easiest, most comfortable way to get your pets vaccinated is in your home. Instead of taking your cat or dog outside of their comfort zone, City Pets will come to you. This way, your pet can receive the necessary shots and veterinary treatment where they are most comfortable. Request an appointment today. Call us at (212) 581-7387!

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Meanwhile, owners don’t have to deal with animal crates, long car rides, and other inconveniences. You can continue working at home or relaxing while City Pets takes care of your dog or cat. Taking your pet to a vet in New York City can be a pain, but City Pets makes it easy.

Vaccine Schedules

If you’re welcoming a new kitten or puppy to the family, vaccination is important. City Pets vaccinates countless puppies and kittens each year. Dogs and cats have vaccination schedules they must follow. Shots are administered over time. Occasionally, booster shots are needed to ensure your pet remains protected. Some shots are considered core vaccines, meaning all pets should receive them. Other shots are optional based on your pet’s lifestyle and risk factors.

Both cats and dogs should be vaccinated against rabies. Dogs should get the adenovirus, parvovirus, and distemper vaccines. Parainfluenza, Bordetella, and Lyme disease are considered non-core and optional. Cats should get feline distemper, feline rhinotracheitis, and feline calicivirus shots. City Pets will work with you to determine the necessary vaccines for your pet.

New York City Mobile Vet

At City Pets, we have years of experience providing reliable mobile veterinary services to residents of New York City. Vaccination is essential to ensure your pet lives a long, happy life. City Pets is taking the proper precautions to continue making house calls during the COVID-19 pandemic.  To learn more about pet vaccinations or to schedule an appointment, call us at (212) 581-7387.

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