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Pet Vaccines
in Leechburg, PA

Our staff at Kiski Valley Animal Clinic is committed to making sure pet parents understand the needs of their pet. On this page, we offer more information on vaccinations as well as the brands of medication offered on our online pharmacy. The best way to be certain your pet is happy and healthy is to visit the veterinarian for regular checkups.

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More Information on Rabies Vaccinations

For puppies, the rabies vaccine should be administered as a single dose as early as three months of age. For adult dogs (16 weeks or older) receiving an initial rabies vaccine, one dose is considered protective. For all dogs, a second dose one year after the initial vaccine is recommended. Following that, the vaccine should be administered every one to three years, depending on the product’s labeling.

For kittens, the rabies vaccine should be administered as a single dose as early as 12 weeks of age (depending on vaccine type and label recommendations). For adults receiving an initial rabies vaccine, one dose is considered protective. For all cats, a second dose one year after the initial vaccine is recommended. Following that, the vaccine should be administered every one to three years, depending on the product’s labeling.

Canine Distemper, Adenovirus & Parvovirus Vaccines
For the canine distemper virus vaccine, canine adenovirus-2 vaccine, and canine parvovirus vaccine, puppies should receive a minimum of three doses between the ages of 6 and 16 weeks, administered at three to four-week intervals. Should the initial vaccination take place after 16 weeks, two vaccines three to four weeks apart are recommended. Puppies should receive a booster one year after vaccination and then at intervals of every three years or longer.

Feline Distemper, Herpesvirus & Calcivirus Vaccines
The panleukopenia virus (FPV), feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV-1), and feline calicivirus (FCV) vaccines are typically administered as a combination vaccine according to the following schedule: all kittens should receive two vaccinations three to four weeks apart between the ages of 6 and 16 weeks. Should the initial vaccination take place after 16 weeks, two vaccines three to four weeks apart are recommended. All kittens should receive a booster one year after vaccination and then at intervals of every three years. 

























Brands We Trust

The Kiski Valley Animal Clinic has an online pharmacy with all of the medications and treatments a pet could possibly need. If you have a prescription, head on over to the pharmacy to place an order. We offer products from brands including Nexgard®, Credelio®, Heartgard®, Interceptor®, Seresto® Flea & Tick, Frontline® Gold, EasySpot, Catego®, Purina® Prescription Diets, Hill’s® Prescription Diets, and more!

Give Us a Call

Call Kiski Valley Animal Clinic now with any questions. We are also happy to guide you through the use of our online pharmacy. We look forward to your call.