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Vaccinations are an important part of keeping our pets healthy, but vaccines may have rare side effects. Dr Sutton feels it important that clients are involved in making educated vaccine choices for their pets.
Dr Sutton strongly believes in vaccinating a pet based on the pet’s lifestyle. She also uses only "non-adjuvented" vaccinations for her feline patients. Please, take a few minutes to read about vaccines prior to your appointment. Be involved in your pet’s vaccination choices.
Information on dog and cat vaccines can be viewed at:
American Association of Feline Practitioners recommendations can be viewed at:
American Animal Hospital Association vaccination recommendations can be viewed at:
Vaccine reaction information can be viewed at:
If your pet has had vaccination reactions in the past, we can pull blood and send it to the lab to check "vaccine titers" to see if your pet is still protected against various diseases.