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Companion Pet Clinic of Klamath Falls


If you have recently welcomed a new pet into your home, whether it is a kitten, puppy or full-grown cat or dog, you should keep in mind the importance of getting your animal companion vaccinated.

Vaccines protect pets against common, easily preventable diseases. Pet vaccines are also an important aspect of human health since infected pets can give rabies to humans. 

Your veterinarian in Klamath Falls has been vaccinating pets in the local area for many years and we have a reputation for being the best animal hospital Klamath Falls has to offer. 

We know that you have a busy schedule, and we will be happy to work with you to get the most convenient appointment for pet vaccination services.

Rabies Vaccine For Dogs And Cats

In Oregon, all dogs must be vaccinated against rabies. You may not realize that cats can get rabies too, and felines must be vaccinated in many areas of Oregon. It’s best to be safe and get your cat vaccinated for rabies regardless of which town you live in. 

Consult with your vet to determine when your pets will need to come in for future rabies booster shots.

Feline Pet Vaccinations In Klamath Falls

When it comes to pet vaccinations in Klamath Falls, people prefer to bring their animals to our state-of-the-art facility, where we foster a peaceful atmosphere to keep cats and kittens as relaxed as possible.

Kittens aged four months or earlier need to come in for three vaccinations. These shots should be administered according to a schedule of about every three weeks. Your young cat will need to get the following shots over a 9-week period:


2. FVRCP second shoot

3. FVRCP third shot and a Rabies vaccination

Any cat that is older than 4 months old is required to get two vaccinations and they should also be administered three weeks apart:

1. FVRCP and rabies

2. FVRCP second shot

Your veterinarian will remind you to repeat the FVRCP vaccination every three years.

Canine Pet Vaccinations

Your pet dog must get three vaccinations and they will be administered three weeks apart. The first vaccine should come after your puppy has reached the age of 2 months:

1. DHLPP and Bordetella

2. DHLPP and Bordetella booster shots

3. DHLPP and Bordetella second shots, plus a Rabies shot

There are two pet vaccinations for dogs older than 4 months:

1. DHLPP and Bordetella plus a Rabies vaccination

2. DHLPP and Bordetella second shots

Make An Appointment For Vaccinations At Your Veterinary In Klamath Falls Today

For more information about pet vaccines or to set an appointment, please contact Companion Pet Clinic at (541) 882-7674 in Klamath Falls today.