Pet Vaccinations
in Conroe, TX

Having your pet vaccinated is an essential part of keeping them healthy. Just as with human vaccines, pet vaccines can help prevent your companion from becoming severely ill after being exposed to certain viruses and bacterial diseases. Some viruses and bacteria are passed from direct dog-to-dog or cat-to-cat contact, while others are airborne or contracted from contaminated water or soil.

Triangle Animal Clinic offers vaccines for indoor and outdoor pets, and we abide by AAHA’s recommendations for core and non-core vaccines. Core vaccines are recommended for all dogs and cats, regardless of where they spend most of their time or how often they’re exposed to other pets. Non-core vaccines, on the other hand, are typically recommended only for pets that are at a greater risk of certain illnesses, due to lifestyle and geographic location. Our team can customize a vaccine plan to meet your pet’s specific needs, based on their lifestyle.

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Core Dog Vaccines

Our DAPP dog vaccine protects your pet against four contagious diseases. Distemper is spread to dogs via infected skunks, coyotes, dogs, and other animals while Adenovirus is transmitted via the feces and fluid from infected dogs. Parvovirus is also spread from dog-to-dog direct contact or exposure to their feces while Parainfluenza is passed on via airborne particles from an infected dog’s coughing or sneezing, or via contact with bowls or toys.

Rabies is transmitted from the bite of an infected animal, and sadly, it’s almost always fatal. The rabies vaccine for dogs is required by law in the state of Texas.

Non-Core Dog Vaccines

Also known as kennel cough, this condition is spread when a dog comes in contact with an infected dog, either via direct contact, airborne transmission, or contact with objects, such as bowls and toys.

Dogs can contract leptospirosis after coming in contact with water or soil that is contaminated with an infected animal’s urine.

Core Cat Vaccines

Our FVRCP cat vaccine protects your fur baby against feline viral rhinotracheitis (FVR), feline calicivirus (C), and feline panleukopenia (P). All three of these illnesses are transmitted from the cough or sneeze droplets of an infected cat, or via their bowl or litter box.

Rabies is one of the most serious illnesses that a pet can have because it’s almost always fatal. Cats can become infected with this virus if they are bitten by a rabid dog, cat, or any other infected animal. The state of Texas requires that all cats be vaccinated for rabies when they are of age.

Non-Core Cat Vaccines

For kittens, we recommend the feline leukemia virus vaccine as a core vaccine, regardless of their lifestyle or exposure risk. However, after age 1, it’s an optional (non-core) vaccine if your cat has no potential risk of exposure to other cats. FeLV is spread from cat to cat via the saliva, urine, feces, or nasal secretions of an infected cat.

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