Preventative Care & Pet Vaccinations in Naperville, IL
Disease prevention is the cornerstone of any veterinary practice, and your pet experts at Naperville Animal Hospital take preventative care seriously. Your pet care needs and lifestyle may be quite different from the needs of another, making customized vaccination schedules a necessity. We offer vaccines and preventative treatments to every pet, tailored to meet the needs of both the patient and the pet owner.
All pets have some risk of exposure to disease, even those confined to the home. State and federal laws may even influence your vaccination plan. Whatever the case for your dog, cat, exotic, or pocket pet, the professionals at Naperville Animal Hospital are prepared to discuss your unique circumstances and create a disease prevention plan specifically for your special pet.
Just which vaccinations are advisable will depend upon the lifestyle routines of you and your pet: where you live, how much time your pet spends outdoors, and how often you go to breed shows, dog parks, or enjoy outdoor activities such as camping or fishing trips.
Booster shots reinforce the protection of vaccinations. During the annual veterinary examination, your pet’s schedule for both vaccinations and booster shots will be determined by factors such as age and overall health.
Important vaccinations for your dog may include:
- Canine distemper, a widespread virus that can be fatal
- Parvovirus, a severe gastro-intestinal disease
- Lyme disease
Important vaccinations for your cat may include:
- Feline distemper, a fatal disease commonly seen in younger cats
- Rhinotracheitis and calicivirus, two viruses causing respiratory diseases
Puppies and kittens require more frequent immunization vaccinations and boosters as their immune systems are not fully developed. Learn more about giving young pets a healthy start at the Puppy and Kitten Care page of our website.
Vaccinations and preventatives are inexpensive protection against costly treatments or premature death of a pet—always safeguard your pet through regular vaccines and preventative care. Contact the Naperville Animal Hospital for answers to your questions or concerns regarding vaccines and the diseases they prevent.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor's Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
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We offer plans for puppies, kittens, adult dogs & cats. With affordable monthly payments and our convenient hours, it's the best value in helping your pet live a longer & healthier life! Call us at 630.355.5300 for more information!
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Training is back! We are excited to offer Puppy Class for dogs under 4 months where students learn socialization. Basic Manners Class will be offered for dogs 4 months and older focusing on manners and training basics (sit, down, etc.)
See below for the 6-week class schedule. Classes held at Springbrook Animal Care Center. Please call 630.428.0500 to register or with any questions. Students must be up to date on their vaccines prior to class start date!