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Pet Vaccinations

We provide both core and optional vaccines for dogs and cats.

Dog Vaccinations

  • Canine Distemper
  • Hepatitis
  • Leptospirosis
  • Parvovirus
  • Parainfluenza
  • Bordetella
  • Rabies

Cat Vaccinations

  • Feline Distemper
  • Feline Calicivirus
  • Feline Herpes
  • Rabies

9 Facts About Vaccinating Your Pets 

  1. Vaccinations prevent are one of the easiest but most effective ways to keep your cats and dogs safe. 
  2. Vaccinations are far less expensive than paying for treatments for diseases that could have been prevented.
  3. Unvaccinated pets can pass on disease not only to other pets but also to their owners. 
  4. Both dogs and cats love to engage in hunting behavior if given the chance. Pets can pick up disease from wildlife. 
  5. If you are a KY resident, rabies vaccinations are required by law. 
  6. If you plan to board your pet while traveling, they will need their vaccinations. 
  7. If a disease mutates and a new strain is born, vaccinations ensure your pet has milder symptoms and an easier recovery if they come into contact with the new strain. 
  8. Both feline and canine distemper is easily preventable with vaccinations, but in unvaccinated pets the death rate is over 80%. There is no cure. 
  9. Like with humans, vaccinating your pets leads to herd immunity in your community, which in turn protects pets with immune system deficiencies. 

For Disease Free Lives

It is an unfortunate fact that our pets are suspectible to many diseases, some of which are incurable and carry very high mortality rates. Vaccinating your pets is one of the easiest ways to protect them from potentially devastating illnesses and untimely death.

Dog receiving a vaccination Many people feel that vaccinating their pets isn’t needed due to disease becoming more rare. However, these lower rates of disease is thanks to vaccinations. To continue the health of our pets and communities, vaccinations are necessary.

Companion Animal Medical Centre also offers titer testing for owners who want to maintain full protection for their pets without giving them unnecessary vaccinations.

AAHA Recommended Vaccinations

We follow AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) guidelines for all core and optional pet vaccinations.

Have questions about pet vaccinations?  Check our FAQ or contact us.  We are happy to answer any questions!

  • Having your female cat or dog spayed reduces their risk of developing breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in 50% of dogs and 90% of cats. 
  • Neutering your male cat prevents unwanted behavior such as urine marking, roaming, fighting, and aggression.
  • Pets are much safer when they're at home. Spaying or neutering helps prevent roaming behavior, making it far more likely your pets  will stick close to home and be easier to locate in the unfortunate event they're lost.
  • Kittens as young as 8 weeks old can be safely neutered or spayed, completely preventing your female cat from ever going into heat or your male cat from urine spraying.
  • Having your pet spayed or neutered is much more cost effective than taking care of an unexpected litter of kittens.
  • The number of both cats and dogs euthanized each year has been decreasing in part to spay and neuter campaigns. We'd love to see this continue!
  • Your pets will be as sleek as ever! The idea that having your pet spayed or neutered will make them overweight is a myth. 

Caring For Cats and Dogs in Greater Cincinnati!

Opening Hours

Mo: 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Tu: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
We: 7:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Th: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Fr: 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Sa: 8:00 AM - Noon
Su: Closed

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Companion Animal Medical Centre

Your Local Veterinarian In Cincinnati, OH

922 State Route 28, Unit C
Milford, OH 45150


Call Us:

(513) 999-2262

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