## Canine

### Core Vaccines

Distemper/Adenovirus/Parvovirus/Parainfluenza (DAPP)

Initial Vaccinations: Beginning at 6 or 8 weeks; boosters given every 2-4 weeks until 16 weeks old.

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Boosters: Initial booster is good for 1 year; subsequent boosters good for 3 years.

##### Leptospira (Lepto)

Initial Vaccinations: As early as 8 weeks, often at 12 weeks; booster given 3-4 weeks later.

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Boosters: Booster given every year.

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**AAHA lists Lepto as a noncore vaccine, however due to the severity of the disease and its zoonotic potential, we consider it a core vaccine.

##### Rabies

Initial Vaccination: Single dose given at 16-20 weeks.

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Boosters: Initial booster is given 1 year after first vaccination; subsequent vaccinations are given every 3 years.

## Canine

### Non-core Vaccines

Bordetella (Kennel Cough)

Initial Vaccinations: First vaccination given orally as early as 8 weeks old; booster given 3-4 weeks later.

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Boosters: Booster given every year.

##### Canine Influenza

Initial Vaccinations: First vaccination given as early as 8 weeks; booster given 3-4 weeks later.

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Boosters: Booster given every year.

##### Borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme disease)

Initial Vaccinations: First vaccination given as early as 8 weeks old; booster given 3-4 weeks later.

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Boosters: Booster given every year.

## Feline

FVRCP

Initial Vaccinations: Given starting at 6-8 weeks old and every 3-4 weeks until 16 weeks old.

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Boosters: Given every year.

##### Feline Leukemia (FeLV)

Initial Vaccinations: Given as early as 8 weeks old; booster given 3-4 weeks later.

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Boosters: Given every year.

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**We recommend that every cat receive the initial series of FeLV, however boosters are not necessary in indoor-only cats with no exposure to outdoor cats.

##### Rabies

Initial Vaccine: Given at 16-20 weeks old.

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Boosters: After initial 1 year vaccination, given every 3 years.