Dogs:
DHPP Vaccination:

Distemper: A viral, often fatal, disease that affects multiple systems, mostly in puppies.  Distemper can cause gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, respiratory problems such as coughing and runny nose, and neurological problems which can include seizures.
Hepatitis: A virus that acutely affects the liver in canines, and can cause lethargy, loss of appetite, coughing, and a tender abdomen.
Parvovirus:  An often fatal virus affecting puppies and older dogs that attacks the gastrointestinal system, and sometimes the heart muscles.  Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea (often bloody), lethargy, and loss of appetite. 
Parainfluenza: A respiratory disease that can cause coughing and nasal discharge.

Bordetella Vaccination:
Bordetella: A disease, commonly known as kennel cough, which produces a hacking cough.  It is highly recommended to revaccinate once a year if you dog comes into contact with other dogs, such as in a boarding or grooming facility, puppy classes, and at the dog park. Some facilities require the vaccine to be given every 6 months.

Canine Influenza:

Canine Influenza: An emerging disease that presents with severe respiratory problems such as pneumonia, and is often fatal in young dogs, as well as adult dogs.  See a recent article regarding Canine Influenza, here.

Rabies Vaccination:
Rabies: A viral disease that is always fatal, if vaccinations are not kept up to date.  This disease can be transmitted to humans through bodily fluid.  Maricopa County requires all dogs to be vaccinated for rabies, licensed, and to have a rabies tag on their collars at all times identifying them as rabies vaccinated.

Rattlesnake Vaccination:

Rattlesnake Bites: This vaccine works by stimulating the dog’s immune system to produce antibodies against certain snake venom.  This vaccine reduces, but does not eliminate all the effects from snake bites.  Dogs that have been vaccinated with this vaccine that has been bitten will still need to be hospitalized.

Puppy Series:

7-8 Weeks old
     •DHPP Vaccination
11-12 Weeks old
     •DHPP Vaccination
     •Canine Influenza Vaccination (If recommended)
     •Bordetella Vaccination  (If recommended)
15-16 Weeks old
     •DHPP Vaccination
     •Canine Influenza Vaccination (If recommended)
     •Rabies Vaccination

We offer Puppy Packages!

The last DHPP Vaccination in this puppy series will be a 1 year vaccination.  After getting the DHPP after a year, the next vaccinations will be due every 3 years.  This is the same protocol for the Rabies vaccination. 

The Bordetella vaccination is a yearly vaccine, and should be done if your dog will be going to the groomer, dog parks, dog stores, or anywhere else where they will come into contact with other dogs.  Some groomer require the Bordetella every 6 months, we can accommodate for this requirement if needed.

The Influenza vaccination needs to be boosted 3-4 weeks after the first vaccination.  After this short series, the vaccine should be boosted yearly.  This vaccine should be done if your dog will be going to the groomer, dog parks, dog stores, or anywhere else where they will come into contact with other dogs. 

The Rattlesnake Vaccination needs to be boosted 3-4 weeks after the first vaccination.  After this short series, the vaccine should be boosted yearly.  This vaccination should be done if you hike with your dog, or if rattlesnakes are common in the area where you live.  This vaccine only reduces the effects that the venom has on your pet’s body, so if your pet is bitten by a rattlesnake, they still be to be seen by a veterinarian. 
Cats:
FVRCP Vaccination:
Rhinotracheitis: An upper respiratory infection, also known as feline influenza.  Symptoms include coughing, sneezing, nasal and eye discharge, fever, and loss of appetite.  This is contagious to other cats, and can become deadly in kittens.
Calicivirus: An upper respiratory infection that can cause ulcers in the mouth, fever, nasal and eye discharge, and sneezing,
Panleukopenia: A contagious, viral infection of the gastrointestinal tract.  Symptoms include bloody diarrhea, severe dehydration, anemia, not wanting to eat or drink, lethargy, and vomiting.  This is a very deadly disease for young kittens, and elderly cats.

Leukemia Vaccination:
Leukemia: A contagious and lethal disease transferred from cat to cat via saliva or nasal secretions.  Symptoms include loss of appetite, poor coat condition, infections of the skin, bladder and respiratory tract, oral disease, seizures, lethargy, diarrhea, litter box avoidance, and weight loss.

Rabies Vaccination:
Rabies:
A viral disease that is always fatal, if vaccinations are not kept up to date.  This disease can be transmitted to humans through bodily fluid.  Maricopa County requires all dogs to be vaccinated for rabies, licensed, and to have a rabies tag on their collars at all times identifying them as rabies vaccinated. Cats are not required to have the vaccination, but it is still highly recommended as the disease in always fatal and can be transmitted to humans.
Vaccinations:
Vaccines are one of the most important preventative care measures you can take for your pet.  Puppies and Kittens should have a series of vaccinations before they can go to the dog park, dog stores, groomers, and pretty much anywhere else they can come in contact with other dogs and cats.  They are not fully protected against the following diseases unless they have have their complete series of them, and boost the vaccine when it is necessary. 


Kitten Series:
6-8 Weeks old
     •FVRCP Vaccination
10-12 Weeks old
     •FVRCP Vaccination
     •Feline Leukemia Vaccination
14-16 Weeks old
     •FVRCP Vaccination
     •Feline Leukemia Vaccination
     •Rabies Vaccination

We offer Kitten Packages!

The last FVRCP Vaccination in this kitten series will be a 1 year vaccination.  After getting the FVRCP after a year, the next vaccinations will be due every 3 years.  This is the same protocol for the Rabies vaccination. 

The Leukemia vaccination needs to be boosted 3-4 weeks after the first vaccination.  After this short series, the vaccine should be boosted yearly. 
The Complete Pet Animal Hospital
5135 N Dysart Road Suite 4
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Phone: (623) 935-9632
Fax: (623) 9359764
E-mail: Info@thecompletepetanimalhospital.com

5135 N. Dysart Rd., Suite 4 Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
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Clinic Hours
Moday: 8 am- 5:30 pm
Tuesday: 8 am- 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 8 am- 2 pm
Thursday: 8 am- 5:50 pm
Friday: 8 am- 5:30 pm
Saturday: 8 am- Noon