Low Cost Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats
Our best friends are susceptible to many diseases, some of which can kill them. Several of these are largely preventable with proper vaccinations. A little preventive medicine now can save lots of pain and suffering later.
No package requirements. No hidden fees.
Qualified dog vaccinations are offered a la carte. This means that unlike other mobile vaccination services, there is no required package purchase to get your pet's medicine. We are also dead set against the hidden fees that some companies prefer. With Qualified the listed price is the one you pay, with no nasty surprises at the end!
More about vaccinations for dogs
Below is an overview of the canine vaccines we offer and what infectious disease they combat.
Proven 1-year vaccine that offers broad protection against canine parvovirus (CPV), adenovirus type 1 (aka hepatitis) and type 2 (aka respiratory disease), parainfluenza, and distemper.
A 1-year non-core vaccine that has critical indications in the protection against exposure to the bacteria known as leptospirosa interrogans. Helpful for dogs with active, outdoor lifestyles.
Provides maximum protection against rabies in dogs for at least 3 years. One year booster required after initial injection.
A proven 1-year intranasal vaccine that provides triple protection against the agents implicated in the cause of canine infectious tracheobronchitis (“kennel cough”) with unique Advanced Delivery Technology (ADT).
The first fully licensed vaccine against canine influenza H3N2 infections. The vaccine is recommended for puppies and dogs with social lifestyles.
Aids in the control of disease associated with canine influenza virus (CIV) H3N2 infection.
More about vaccinations for cats
Below is an overview of the feline vaccines we offer and what infectious disease they combat.
The FVRCP+C shot is a vaccine that combines several core vaccines that should be administered to all felines. This vaccine protects against the feline viral rhinotracheitis, the feline calicivirus and the potentially fatal panleukopenia virus that causes cat distemper.
Provides maximum protection against rabies in cats for at least 3 years. Initial injection requires a booster at 12 months. Subsequent boosters can be given every three years.