Stay on Schedule with Pet Vaccinations

Every pet owner should be aware of the importance of vaccinations. It’s critical to the health of your dog or cat to have them done early. Usually around six weeks old for puppies and nine weeks for kittens is old enough to start the process. Cats are primarily vaccinated for cat flu and leukaemia, while […] Read more »

West Nile Disease in Horses

Robin Paterson, D.V.M. Cerbat Cliffs Animal Hospital West Nile Virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne virus that was first recognized in U.S. horses in 1999.  Thirteen years later, the disease is found throughout North America, parts of Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and continues to cause serious, sometimes fatal, neurologic conditions of affected […] Read more »

Feline Vaccination Schedule

Robin Paterson, D.V.M. Cerbat Cliffs Animal Hospital Congratulations on your new kitten! Now is the time to bring her to the vet for a check-up, deworming and, if she is the correct age, begin her vaccinations. What exactly will she be vaccinated against? The answer depends on several factors. What to vaccinate for, and how […] Read more »