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DOG
AgeCore Vaccine*Optional Non-core*Optional Non-core
5 wks DHP
6 wks DHP
7 wks DHP
8 wks DHP
9 wks DHP
10 wks DHP
11 wks DHP
12 wks DHP Leptospira
13 wks DHP Leptospira
14 wks DHP Leptospira
15 wks DHP Leptospira
16 wks DHP Leptospira
17 wks DHP Leptospira
18 wks DHP Leptospira
18 wks DHP
19 wks DHP Leptospira
20 wks Leptospira
21 wks Leptospira
26 wks DHP Intranasal KC
Adult DHP Leptospira Intranasal KC
+ 3 wks Leptospira
+ 4 wks Leptospira
 
Yearly Leptospira Intranasal KC
DHP, the core vaccine for dogs, protects against the 3 viruses, Distemper, Hepatitis, and Parvo virus.
Vaccination with DHP vaccine anytime after 16 weeks of age will result in lifelong immunity against these 3 viruses.

The *non-core vaccines, Kennel Cough (KC) and Leptospira spp. vaccine, are optional vaccines.

At present, most kennels require vaccination against Kennel Cough before entering Kennels.

There are 24 species of Leptospira and over 250 serovars (subspecies) with distinctive antigenicity.

Current Leptospira spp, vaccines for dogs in NZ, protect against one serovar, Leptospira interrogans serovar Copenhageni.

Vaccination with both Kennel Cough and Leptospira spp. vaccines are ineffective in protecting against disease.

CAT
AgeCore Vaccine*Optional Non-core 
5 wksEnteritisCat Flu
6 wksEnteritisCat Flu
7 wksEnteritisCat Flu
8 wksEnteritisCat Flu
9 wksEnteritisCat Flu
10 wksEnteritisCat Flu
11 wksEnteritisCat Flu
12 wksEnteritisCat Flu
13 wksEnteritisCat Flu
14 wksEnteritisCat Flu
15 wksEnteritisCat Flu
16 wksEnteritisCat Flu
17 wksEnteritisCat Flu
18 wksEnteritisCat Flu
18 wksEnteritisCat Flu
19 wksEnteritisCat Flu
20 wksEnteritisCat Flu
21 wksEnteritisCat Flu
26 wksEnteritisCat Flu
AdultEnteritisCat Flu
 
Yearly Cat Flu
The core vaccine for cats protects again Feline Panleucopaenia (Enteritis) virus.
Vaccination against Enteritits anytime after 16 weeks of age will result in lifelong immunity against this virus.

The *non-core vaccine is the Cat Flu vaccine.

The Cat Flu vaccine is ineffective in protecting against disease.

Our vaccination recommendations follow the World Small Animal Veterinary Association's (WSAVA)

VACCINATION GUIDELINES

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