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Vaccinations in Mississauga

Located in Mississauga, Ontario, our veterinary services include pet vaccinations. Are you starting your kitten or puppy out with vaccines on a new schedule? Do you have a dog or cat that needs an update on vaccines or parasite prevention treatments? Let Thomas Glen Erin Animal Hospital assist you. Learn more about the benefits of pet vaccinations and what you can expect when getting this service. 


About Pet Vaccinations

A pet needs to get certain vaccinations to be registered with the local city. This typically includes a rabies vaccination but other vaccines are often required or recommended. Pet vaccinations may come in the form of a shot, but these can also be taken orally or applied topically depending on the treatment options. 

If you are concerned with giving your pet a vaccine due to the ingredients or allergies, contact our office. We will help you determine which vaccinations are the best choice for your pet. Every pet is different in terms of breed, lifestyle, and health needs. Our goal is to work with you and your pet to see which vaccines offer the greatest benefit versus any possible risks. 

What to Expect with Pet Vaccines

When you are ready to get started with pet vaccines, contact our office for an appointment. Consulting with Dr. Irene Neri-Arboleda and Dr. Nilo Arboleda will help you determine the right vaccination schedule for your pet. We treat most domestic pets, such as dogs and cats, as well as exotic pets including pocket pets such as gerbils and rabbits.

The vaccines that we offer include all of the essential and required vaccines for domestic animals, as well as vaccines for specialized treatments. This can include seasonal flu or other viral diseases that could potentially threaten your pet.

Preparing for Your Appointment

Once you schedule an appointment, you will receive any applicable information regarding the vaccines for your pet’s upcoming visit. This will prepare you for payment options and other issues related to completing the vaccinations promptly. You will also have the chance to ask any questions and to pick up literature about the vaccines and latent or possible side effects. This will alleviate any concerns you might have with your pet regarding the vaccines.

Start Your Pet with Vaccinations Today

If your pet is ready for its first set of vaccines or needs to get a booster shot, we are ready to help. Call Thomas Glen Erin Animal Hospital in Mississauga at 905-997-3320 to schedule an appointment. We offer vaccinations for pets as part of our routine checkup, as well as with our veterinary wellness exams.

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