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Happy Pets Veterinary Center

27550 Newhall Ranch Rd.
Valencia, CA 91355
(661) 295-9972
(888) 769-1013 Fax

info@happypetsveterinary.com

On the corner of Newhall Ranch Rd. and Dickason Dr./Ave. Tibbits,
just across from Eggs n' Things

Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9pm - 8 pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday CLOSED

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CORE Feline Vaccines

(based on the 2006 Report of the AAFP Feline Vaccine Advisory Group)

CORE Vaccines Primary Kitten Series
(≤ 16 weeks)
Primary Adult Series
(> 16 weeks)
Booster Interval

Combination FVRCP:(1 Year & 3 Year)

Parvovirus (Panleukopenia)

Herpesvirus-1 and Calicivirus

Modified-Live (non-adjuvanted)

(SQ administration)
Administer 1 dose at 8 weeks of age, then, Every 3 to 4 weeks until 15-16 weeks of age. Administer 2 doses 3 to 4 weeks apart. Administer 1 dose one year following completion of the initial series; then Every 3 years thereafter.

Rabies

Killed - 1 Year
Killed - 3 Year

(SQ injection)
Administer 1 dose at 12 to 16 weeks of age. Administer 1 dose

Administer 1 dose one year following administration of the first dose, then…

Every 3 years thereafter, unless otherwise stipulated by law or local statutes.

NOTE: Requirements for Feline rabies vaccination are established by State and/or local statutes and may differ from the recommendations listed above.

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NON-CORE Feline Vaccines

NON-CORE (optional) Vaccines Primary Kitten Series
(≤ 16 weeks)
Primary Adult Series
(> 16 weeks)
Booster Interval

Feline Leukemia
Killed
(adjuvanted)

(SQ administration)
Administer 2 doses, 3 to 4 weeks apart beginning as early as 12 weeks of age. Administer 2 doses, 3 to 4 weeks apart.

Annual booster.

NOTE: booster vaccination is not recommended for all cats. Exposure risk should be considered prior to recommending.

NOTE: Although vaccines licensed by the USDA are currently available in the United States, routine vaccination of cats against Feline Infectious Peritonitis (feline coronavirus) and Giardia lamblia is NOT recommended.