We are open for vaccination / health check appointments Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm and Saturday mornings 9am to 1pm. For the best price call, and schedule an appointment for your pet between 1pm and 4pm Monday to Friday We provide vaccinations at discounted prices at these times: R100 off an annual booster vaccination and puppy and kitten vaccinations for just R320.


Puppy and Kitten course of vaccinations


6-8 weeks of age – First vaccination

10-12 weeks of age – Second vaccination

14-16 weeks of age – Third vaccination

9 months of age – Fourth vaccination (Rabies booster)


To ensure full immunity, it is very important they complete the course.


Adult dogs and cats


Every 12months dogs and cat should receive a booster vaccination and health check. It is said that pets age 7years to our everyone so you can understand that a health check every year is essential.

You will receive a written report of your pet’s health check.

If you are not sure of your pet’s vaccinations are up to date please call us and we will check on our system for you.


Further information


Everyone knows that puppies and kittens need vaccinations, just like babies. Most puppies and kittens get at least one vaccination but many do not get any other vaccinations during their life. For many pets this is not an issue they do not get sick with any of the vaccine preventable diseases but for others they do contract one of these diseases and become sick and even die.


The diseases we vaccinate dogs against:


Parvo Virus – bloodydiarrhoea, vomiting, fever, in-appetent, collapsed. CAN BE FATAL.

Distemper – Fever, ocular and nasal discharge, behavioural changes, seizures. POOR PROGNOSIS EUTHANASIA OFTEN RECOMMENDED / OR FATAL.

Hepatitis – Fever, Loss of appetite, jaundice.

Canine parainfluenza virus – cough; pneumonia.

Canine adenovirus type 2. Corona virus– Cough; ocular and nasal discharge; high temperature; +/- pneumonia.

Bordetella bronchoseptica – Cough; nasal discharge; high temperature.

Leptospirosis – Jaundice; high temp; vomiting; diarrhoea; bleeding. DEPENDS ON STRAIN BUT CAN BE FATAL

Rabies – change of temperament; muscle weakness; difficulty in swallowing. FATAL CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO HUMANS.


Cat disease which we vaccinate against:


Feline calici virus – High Temperature; mouth ulcers; anorexia
Feline rhinotracheitis – Sneezing; high temperature; ocular/nasal discharge
Feline panleucopaenia virus – anorexia; high temperature; vomiting FATAL IN YOUNG KITTENS.
Bordetella bronchoseptica – high temperature; sneezing; nasal discharge
Chlamydia psittaci – sever conjunctivitis; sneezing
Feline leukaemia virus – Diseases associated: anaemia; cancers; immunosuppression EVENTUALLY FATAL.
Rabies – change of temperament; muscle weakness; difficulty in swallowing. FATAL CAN BE TRANSMITTED TO HUMANS.


Puppies and Kittens


When a kitten or puppy is born it has no antibodies / immunity to diseases. The first milk, the colostrum has antibodies from the mother, maternal immunity. It essential for the baby to suckle within the first 12 hours to get this benefit. These antibodies only last for +/- six weeks so need to be replaced by antibodies produced by vaccinations.

This is why we give the first puppy / kitten vaccination at 6 weeks of age. This first vaccination primes the body to recognise the vaccination as a pathogen and the body’s immune system then makes antibodies against the disease.  It takes the body’s immune system about 3—4 weeks to make the antibodies. We would recommend that that a puppy or kitten is not re-homed until they are 8 weeks old, so the first vaccination is fully effective before they go out in to the big wide world!




Adult pets should get a Booster vaccination yearly. This booster vaccination is to refresh the body’s immune response to the disease. The annual booster vaccination for adult pets is essential not only to maintain maximum immunity but during the consultation the veterinarian can give your pet a through health check, answer any questions that you have, clip nails, express anal glands etc.