- Shop our online store and get Free Shipping for orders over 50$!
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
At Jane Animal Hospital, our Toronto vet offers all the preventative care services your cat needs, including vaccinations to protect your pet from common diseases and viruses. If your cat is due for vaccinations or if you're not sure of your cat's vaccination schedule then now is a great time to schedule an appointment with our team.
Why are routine feline vaccinations so important, anyway? For starters, vaccines are necessary to protect your cat from any number of dangerous illnesses and even potentially fatal viruses, such as rabies. Furthermore, proof of up-to-date vaccinations is often required if you plan on boarding your cat at a reputable facility or even bringing your cat in for a professional grooming appointment. And of course, by having your cat vaccination (regardless of whether it's an indoor or outdoor cat), you're also doing your part to protect other pets and animals that could become infected if your cat were to get sick.
Many cat owners aren't sure which specific vaccinations their cats need. If your cat has seen a vet in the past year or so and you still have the paperwork, you may be able to find your cat's recommended vaccine schedule on your most recent vet paperwork. This will tell you which vaccines your cat needs, and when they're due. If you don't have this paperwork or if it's been awhile since your pet has seen a vet, that's okay. Our veterinary team can provide a health assessment for your cat in our office, and this will help us determine which vaccinations your cat needs.
Some of the more common vaccinations we recommend for cats include:
Specific vaccines can also vary depending on the age of your pet, as well as whether you have an indoor or outdoor cat. Either way, we can get your cat up-to-date on any vaccines here in our office at the end of your visit with us. From there, we can also provide you with an updated vaccination schedule and reminders so you know when your cat will need to come in for additional vaccines.
If your cat is due for vaccinations, then it's time to schedule an appointment with our experienced and compassionate Toronto veterinarian. You can reach our office at Jane Animal Hospital by giving us a call at 416-762-5558. We look forward to serving your pet with all its health and wellness needs!