Preventative Care and Vaccinations

Preventative Care & Pet Vaccinations in Nazareth

Puppy & Kitten Vaccinations, Routine Boosters & More

Proper preventative care is one of the best ways to ensure that your pet lives a long and happy life. At Nazareth Veterinary Center, we offer a full range of preventative care services, including pet vaccinations, in Nazareth, PA and throughout the Lehigh Valley.

Our preventative care services include:

  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness exams
  • Diagnostic testing
  • Spaying/neutering
  • Diet and nutrition counseling
  • Medication programs
  • Preventative dental care
  • Heartworm, flea, and tick prevention

Our veterinarians offer compassionate, individualized care tailored to your pet’s unique needs based on his or her current health status and specific risk factors. At Nazareth Veterinary Center, we are passionate about providing the highest level of quality service for our patients and our clients, which is why we are always available to answer your questions and discuss any concerns you may have.

Schedule your appointment today! Call us at (610) 200-6269 or contact us online to get started.

Pet Vaccinations We Provide

Whether you have a new puppy, an indoor/outdoor cat, or a senior dog, vaccinations are the best way to prevent disease and ensure that your pet stays healthy. At Nazareth Veterinary Center, we take into account your pet’s unique lifestyle factors, such as if you routinely board your cat or whether or not your dog may be exposed to ticks, when recommending vaccinations and vaccination schedules.

We offer both core and non-core vaccines, including but not limited to:

  • Canine influenza (often required by dog boarding facilities)
  • Lyme disease (typically transmitted through ticks)
  • Leptospirosis (can affect both pets and humans)
  • Rabies
  • Parvovirus (also known as “parvo”)
  • Feline distemper
  • Feline herpesvirus
  • Feline leukemia
  • Canine “kennel cough” (adenovirus, type 2)

When Do Puppies Need Vaccines?

Puppies (and kittens) need a set of core vaccines to ensure that they stay healthy, even if they are not exposed to certain contagious bacteria. It’s important to schedule your puppy’s initial vaccinations when he or she is anywhere from six to eight weeks old. The same is true of kittens.

Additionally, puppies and kittens may need a booster shot at the one-year mark (depending on the type of vaccine), as well as routine boosters about every three years (again, depending on the type of vaccine).

Schedule an Appointment Today

At Nazareth Veterinary Center, we are passionate about protecting your pet’s health. We are also committed to ensuring that you are informed and that any questions you may have are answered. We invite you to reach out today to schedule an appointment for your pet’s preventative care or to request pet vaccinations in Nazareth.

Call (610) 200-6269 or submit an online contact form to get started!

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See What Makes Us Different
  • Focused On Your Pet's Total Health

    We are focused on your pet's total health, from routine preventative care to dentistry, and even surgery when it's required, our highly trained staff is ready to support you and your pet.

  • Experienced & Compassionate Veterinarians

    At Nazareth Veterinary Center, we have a team of veterinarians with a wide range of experience to compassionately take care of your beloved pet's needs.

  • Providing House Calls For Special Cases

    We recognize that some of our patients can't safely and comfortably make the trip to our hospital, in these special cases your Nazareth Veterinarian will come to you.

We're Ready to Take Care of Your Fur-Baby

Real Testimonials From Real Owners

  • “My cat is extremely shy around people she doesn't know. I was afraid her visit was going to be a disaster but Dr Lori was very patient.”

    - Carol Y
  • “The vet and her tech were immensely understanding and chose to take it slow with him.”

    - Devon G
  • “We love this place. They have cared for our cats over the past 13 years.”

    - Mary G