Dog Vaccinations

Keeping them healthy

Protecting your dog against infectious diseases with annual vaccinations.

Like us, dogs can get sick with common viruses and occasional secondary bacterial infections. To reduce the risk of disease, it is important to keep your dog up to date with vaccinations throughout their lifetime.


Vaccine names:
C5 – Covers Parvovirus, Distemper, Hepatitis, Kennel cough
C3 – Covers Parvovirus, Distemper, Hepatitis (without Kennel Cough)
C2i – Leptospirosis, Canine Cornavirus


Antibody Titre Testing (ATT):
After the Puppy vaccinations have been completed we do offer ATT on an annual basis to ensure antibodies are at sufficient levels to limit the need for another annual booster for that year. Please contact us to discuss the process and costs. We still recommend an annual health check for your pet(s).


Parvovirus is commonly referred to as ‘parvo’ this highly contagious gastroenteritis virus can be fatal. Symptoms can include severe vomiting, blood stained diarrhea, extreme dehydration – and in some instances death.

Distemper is a rare contagious virus with symptoms such as conjunctivitis, nasal discharge, coughing, vomiting, and neurological symptoms.

Hepatitis is a rare viral disease which, like distemper, is extremely contagious and often fatal. Symptoms include high fever, depression, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and acute abdominal pain.

For information on puppy care and vaccinations, click here

Kennel Cough a highly contagious illness caused by bacteria bordetella bronchiseptica and viral parainfluenza. Symptoms present as persistent dry retching cough. Pneumonia can also result from Kennel Cough infection in some dog breeds.

Canine Coronavirus is a contagious virus that causes vomiting, diarrhoea, loss of appetite and depression. It can be harmful to dogs of all ages, particularly puppies.

Canine Leptospirosis is a disease spread by rat urine, which can infect dogs through contaminated rats, surfaces or water. It causes many symptoms including kidney failure in dogs and has a high fatality rate. Leptospirosis can also be passed on to humans. Recent cases have been seen in Sydney in the general vicinity of Surry Hills (5km radius).

Note: We offer vaccination reminders to existing patients