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Dogs, our trusted companions, are unconditionally faithful, and it’s up to us to be faithful to them. How? By safeguarding their health. You can keep your dog healthy by getting the vaccines at our animal hospital that will protect them for the long haul.
Our veterinarians at Hamilton Road Animal Hospital in Columbus are committed to using vaccines to protect your dogs from many of the highly contagious diseases that can be life-threatening. From puppies through adulthood, a regular vaccination regiment is absolutely necessary.
When we administer a vaccination at our veterinary hospital, our veterinarians introduce a small amount of the modified disease (antigen) that we are vaccinating against into the dog’s body. This builds up antibodies which fight off the disease if he or she is ever exposed to it. As long as they receive their yearly boosters, dogs are then protected against these diseases.
Vaccines are classified as either core or non-core. The core vaccines are those that are highly recommended for protecting dogs and even saving their lives. The non-core vaccines are those we recommend based on your and your dog’s lifestyle and risk assessments.
These are the vaccines needed by all dogs:
Our veterinarians will work with you to determine which of the following non-core vaccines your dog may need.
Our veterinarians detect whether your dog has an intestinal parasite infection by examining a fecal sample mixed with a special solution with the aid of a microscope. We check for roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, coccidia and giardia. If worms or intestinal parasites are present, we'll prescribe the best treatment method to eliminate these parasites from your dog.
Our mission is to send healthy pets out the door of our animal hospital and we can only do that with the help of the surrounding communities of Columbus, Whitehall, Bexley, Reynoldsburg, Gahanna, Pickerington, and Groveport. Call us at 614-239-0027 and learn how our Columbus veterinarians can protect your dog from these dangerous and deadly diseases with a proper vaccination schedule.
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