Dog Vaccination Prices

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Dog Vaccination Prices

Examples of affordable Dog Vaccination Prices available at Dunedin Animal Medical Center. However, vaccination recommendations are based upon the AAHA* Canine Vaccine Guidelines, your individual dog’s life style and local disease conditions. At your dog’s annual examination your veterinarian will discuss your dog’s vaccination needs for the upcoming year.
*AAHA – American Animal Hospital Association.

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At your dog’s annual Examination we discuss your pet’s lifestyle and recommend which vaccines your dog needs for the upcoming year.

Dog 3-Year Vaccination $112 *

  • Preventative Care Exam
  • Heartworm Test
  • Rabies Vaccine – 3-Year
  • Distemper-Parvo Vaccine – 3-Year
  • Bordetella Vaccine – 6-Mo/12-Mo
* W/Lepto + $5

Dog 1-Year Vaccination $99 *

  • Preventative Care Exam
  • Heartworm Test
  • Rabies Vaccine – 1-Year
  • Distemper-Parvo Vaccine – 3-Year
  • Bordetella Vaccine – 6-Mo/12-Mo
* W/Lepto + $5

Puppy Vaccination $55 *

  • Preventative Care Exam
  • One FREE dose – monthly Heartworm Preventative ($25 value)
  • Distemper-Parvo Vaccine
  • Bordetella Vaccine
  • Deworming (Hookworms/Roundworms)
* W/Rabies + $15

Dog Vaccination Prices – FVFL

Save even more, review our “FREE Vaccinations for Life” (FVFL) program.
With one small enrollment fee your pet receives FREE “CORE” vaccinations for the remainder of their life. CORE vaccinations are defined in AAHA’s Canine Vaccinating Guidelines. Currently these vaccines are Distemper/Parvo Virus and Rabies vaccines. Dunedin Animal Medical Center also includes the Canine Bordetella vaccine in this program because in Florida, pets are more social. Briefly, during any scheduled Pet Wellness Examination your pet will receive any “CORE” vaccinations that they need for FREE. Complete program details are available at our reception desk. Learn More

Preventative Care Exam

Your pet’s Preventative Care Exam should be completed every 12 months. Young Pets, Older Pets and pets with existing medical conditions should be examined more frequently. Please discuss your individual pet’s needs with your pet doctor.

Dog Heartworm Test

For most pets, heartworm testing must be completed every 12-months. Special situations exist that may dictate more frequent heartworm testing. Please discuss with your doctor at your next visit.

Dog Rabies Vaccine

Rabies Vaccines are available as a 1-year or 3-year vaccination. Your pet’s first rabies vaccine (by Florida law) is only good for 12 months. After that you may choose either a 1 or 3-year vaccine. We recommend the 3-year rabies vaccine. Over-time it will cost you less and and many consider it healthier for your pet.

Dog Distemper/Parvo Vaccine

Distemper Parvo Vaccine has the same 1 or 3-year availability as the rabies vaccine. The Distemper/Parvo vaccine manufacturer, Zoetis, recommends that this vaccine be repeated at 12 months of age then every three years thereafter. We agree with that recommendation.

Dog Bordetella Vaccine

Bordetella Vaccine is available as a 12-month vaccine. It is available as an injectable, intra-Nasal and maybe an Oral vaccine. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Your doctor at Dunedin Animal Medical Center will choose the best product for your pet and discuss it with you if you like.
A 12-month Brodetella vaccine update may be OK for the average semi-social pet. However, our experience in a boarding kennel environment dictates that we recommend repeating this vaccine every 6-months to maintain adequate protection.
In addition, pets that engage in heavy social contact activities (doggie daycare, day boarding, grooming and maybe even frequent dog park visits) may also benefit from a 6-month Bordetella vaccine update. Please discuss this with your Dunedin Animal Medical Center veterinarian at your next visit.

Other Dog Vaccinations

Other dog vaccinations are available and are recommended as needed. A few are listed below, At your next visit, please discuss your pet’s need for these additional dog vaccinations with your veterinarian.

Leptospirosis (Lepto)

Leptospirosis is a Zoonotic Disease (can be transmitted from dogs to humans). It is generally contracted through contact with urine of infected dogs, coyotes, raccoons and small rodents. Dogs are at greater risk because they constantly sniff, and maybe lick, the urine of other animals. Lepto may also be transmitted to your dog if they swim, wade or drink contaminated water. So, if you pet contracts Leptospirosis your family can also be at risk. Current vaccines are safe and effective, please discuss with your veterinarian at your next visit.

Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is a Zoonotic Disease (can be transmitted from dogs to humans). the Ixodes tick (common name – deer tick or black-legged tick) appears to be the most common route of transmission*. If your pet lives-in or travels-to the areas of High / Moderate-incidence of Lyme Disease, your pet should receive this vaccine. If you live-in the areas of low-incidence you should discuss the need for this vaccine with your veterinarian.

*NOTE: Recent studies indicate that Lyme Disease in dogs may be transmitted other ways – read more

Lyme disease incidence map

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