When puppies, kittens are born they receive some natural protection against disease via their mother’s milk. This protection is temporary and declines in the first few weeks of life, leaving them at risk of infection and disease.

Once your pet a primary course of vaccinations, you will receive a vaccination certificate with your pet’s details, the dates of the vaccine and any boosters due. This certificate should be kept for medical history and will likely be required if you are placing your pet into a boarding facility.