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Vaccine Requirements


For the health and safety of our guests, all dogs, cats and ferrets must be current on their vaccinations prior to check-in.
Vaccinations must be given before arrival by a licensed veterinarian. Written proof of the following are required for all guests.
Submit vaccine records via Fax to 321-821-1998 or Email.

Dog Vaccinations:


1.) Bordetella
Required every 6 months or 12 months. Please note, many veterinarians administer this
vaccine only by request, so please check vaccination paperwork before arriving.
If your dog is going to be boarding and your pet has never had a Bordetella inoculation --
or has  expired, please make sure is done no less than 7-10 days before their boarding appointment.
A Bordetella vaccine defends dogs against kennel cough, contagious bacterial or viral infection
that lead to inflammation of the windpipes and voice boxes. 
Vaccine is required.

2.) Distemper or DHLPP* 
One or three year. 
Vaccine is required.

3.) Rabies***
One or three year.
Vaccine is required.

4.) Canine Influenza Vaccine 
Recommended to be vaccinated with first initial vaccines being 2 vaccinations 2 to 4 weeks apart.
Annual revaccination with 1 dose is required. 
Vaccine is recommend.



Puppy Vaccinations:


1.) The Bordetella vaccine protects your dog from kennel cough.
There are two series given to protect your puppy and after completed it is given every six months or annually.
If your dog is going to be boarding and your pet has never had a Bordetella inoculation -- or has expired, please make sure is done no less than 7-10 days before their boarding appointment. A Bordetella vaccine defends dogs against kennel cough, contagious bacterial or viral infection that lead to inflammation of the windpipes and voice boxes. 
Vaccine is required.

2.) The DHLPP vaccine is actually a combination shot that is given several times at two week intervals to protect your puppy from viruses. It includes protection against canine distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parainfluenza and parvovirus. Because of this, the vaccine needs the booster series to allow it to really protect your puppy from this group of viruses and then is given a year later to provide one or three year protection.
Vaccine is required.
 
3.) The Rabies vaccine is given at about twelve to sixteen weeks and then is given a year later to provide one or three year protection. 
Vaccine is required.

4.) Canine Influenza Vaccine
Recommended to be vaccinated with first initial vaccines. 
Basic immunization in dogs from 7 weeks of age: 2 vaccinations 2 to 4 weeks apart.
Annual revaccination with 1 dose is required. 
Vaccine is recommend.

Cat Vaccinations:

1.) FVRCP**
      One or three year. 
      Vaccine is required.

2.) Rabies***
      One or three year. 
      Vaccine is required.

Ferret  Vaccinations:

1.) Distemper
      One or three year. 
      Vaccine is required.

2.) Rabies***
      One or three year. 
      Vaccine is required.

Note:
*Distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parainfluenza and parvovirus
** Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia
*** Rabies per local ordinance