Animal Vaccination Mississauga

The Collegeway Animal Hospital

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Animal Vaccination Service in Mississauga

Collegeway Animal Hospital offers updated Vaccinations Schedules 

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Pet Vaccination Service in Mississauga

It is very important to examine our pet before and after being vaccinated for the good of our animals.
Keeping an organized and timely vaccination control can drastically extend the life span of our pet.

What types of viruses can attack our animals if they are not vaccinated on time?

Here we list the most commons:

There are different types of viruses which can infect our animals to such a degree that it is a deadly problem. Such as Distemper, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis, and Rabien in dogs.
On the other hand we have Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia Virus and rabies in cats

When to vaccinate my pets?

In order to keep our animals safe and healthy is necessary to contact our professional veterinary to know when is the right vaccination time. We suggest to don’t hesitate and call now and we will care your pet wellness.

Exist many different kind of factors to considerate vaccine our pets such as a:

  • Age
  • Condition
  • Adoption
  • Animal Parents
  • Pet LifeStyle


In order to keep them safe our Doctor will make a diagnosis of the animal and give an annual vaccination plan.

Vaccination Types

  • Annual Rabies Vaccination, To protect your dog from rabies it is important that you take it for vaccination on time, we suggest you do not wait any longer if it is a dog that goes out constantly, since rabies in dogs is a fatal virus
  • Vaccination plan for the life of your dog: depending on the lifestyle that your dog has, it is important to determine the risk factors that it may have, however there are vaccines that regardless of the lifestyle of the animal are necessary such as canine Distemper, Adenovirus / Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, parainfluenza, Pavovirus etc
  • Annual vaccines for cats can be applied to prevent rabies for both animals and humans, currently there is no cure for rabies only treatment so it is essential to prevent it
  • FVRCP Vaccine deals with Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, there is also a vaccine against Calicivirus, panleukopenia. They are vaccines that are applied every year and help to keep cats with a strong defense system to avoid contagion
  • And last but not least, Feline Leukemia Vaccination is a vaccine that is commonly applied to cats that live or spend most of their time away from home so that they can contract this disease, however, cases of cats have been seen. at home who suffer from this disease.

The Vaccine is a way to Prevent and care the wellness of our Pets

Our Animal Clinic Vaccination is focus on pet care and animal diseases trying to prevent and care all the possible viruses and infections as well.

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