Our veterinarians and staff at Centennial Hills Animal Hospital, we believe that one of the most important aspects of caring for your pet’s health is vaccinating them against potential diseases. Vaccinations offer protection against major viral and bacterial diseases that cats and dogs may be exposed to, most of which are preventable. Traveling with pets, interacting at dog parks, boarding pets, and even the occasional back yard gathering all pose potential risks for your pets. It is our goal to provide the highest level of care for your pet, and vaccinations are an integral part of your pet’s overall health. Pets at any age are susceptible to disease, but are particularly vulnerable at their younger life stages.
While rabies is a legal requirement, there are numerous diseases that can negatively impact the health of your pet. In fact, there are areas within our city that make it a requirement to license your pet. Pet licensing helps prevent the spreading of rabies, which is 100% fatal for humans if not treated properly, promotes responsible pet ownership, and reduces the tragedies associated with lost pets and pet over-population.
Felines share similar wellness plan too, and just like our canine companions, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian regarding your cat’s wellness plan.
- Kitten wellness plans include (but not limited to), vaccinations, parasite screening and prevention, spaying and neutering, nutritional counseling, microchipping, dental checkups, etc.
- For cats ranging 1 year of age and older are recommended to have a complete blood panel, along with their liver and kidneys tested. This plan also includes (but not limited to), urinalysis, thyroid testing, comprehensive eye and dental exam, radiograpghs (X-rays), nutritional counseling, quality of life assessments, hospice and critical care counseling, etc.
Following a proper vaccination schedule will help to ensure that you are doing your part to keep your pet healthy and free from any potential risks. Additionally, we recommend that all cats and dogs be placed on a monthly parasite prevention and be tested bi-annually for parasites.
For more information regarding licensing please contact our office at (702) 655-0241, or you can learn more at lasvegasnevada.gov and search pet licenses.
Prices for vaccines
- Distemper $13.00
- Parvo $13.00
- Bordetella $13.00
- Influenza (set of 2): $32.50/ea
- Rabies $13.00
- FVRC $13.00
- FELV $13.00
- Feline Rabies $13.00
- Distemper $20.00
- Ferret Rabies $22.00