Pet Vaccinations Promote a Disease-Free Life

Parasites, pathogens, and other disease-causing organisms are tiny but formidable foes. Since you can’t keep your pet in a bubble to protect them, your next best option is to have them vaccinated. Companion Animal Hospital Kenosha offers the highest-quality vaccines and up-to-date vaccination guidelines for your pet’s ongoing protection. Disease risks will never go away, but your pet can stay healthy if they are vaccinated on a routine basis.

Can Vaccines Be Harmful?

We understand that there are concerns about allergic reactions and over vaccinating. Rest assured that we will address these concerns and create a personalized vaccine plan for your pet to prevent these issues. Most pets do not have adverse reactions to their vaccines. However, if your pet does have any past or present conditions that could interfere with their vaccinations, please let us know.

Pet Vaccinations in Kenosha: Dog Sitting

Vaccines for Dogs and Cats

Our animal hospital carries two categories of pet vaccine: core and noncore. We highly recommend core vaccines for your pet’s protection, whereas we recommend noncore vaccines based on lifestyle and possible risks.


  • Rabies
  • Distemper (DHPP combo)
  • Bordetella
  • Canine Influenza
  • Leptospirosis
  • Lyme


  • Rabies
  • Feline distemper (FVRCP)
  • Leukemia (recommended for outdoor cats)

Pets must be vaccinated on a routine schedule to stay protected. Your veterinarian will help you determine your pet’s schedule and which vaccines they will need for the long term. No two pets are the same, and their vaccination plans should reflect that.

Pet Vaccinations in Kenosha: Cat Sitting

Why We Recommend Vaccines

Our case for vaccinating is simple: we want your pet to stay healthy and enjoy the longest, happiest life possible. We’re passionate about the human-animal bond and helping to foster these bonds through quality medicine. Furthermore, many illnesses can be easily prevented with vaccines. Rabies and distemper are almost always fatal following diagnosis, and upper respiratory infections can spread quickly among dogs and cats. Illnesses that may seem minor can be dangerous, especially for puppies, kittens, chronically sick pets, and seniors.

Is Your Pet Protected?

Vaccines are a highly effective way to prevent the spread of disease and keep your pet safe. If your pet is currently unprotected, please call (262) 652-4266 to schedule an appointment and discuss your pet’s vaccine needs.