Vaccinations & Microchips
We offer comprehensive vaccinations and microchips to keep your pet healthy and safe
All pets require vaccinations and annual boosters to build immunity against preventable infectious diseases.
Whether you have a dog, cat or rabbit, our experts will make sure your pet receives the right vaccinations in a caring, friendly professional environment.
We’ve also had years of experience in micro-chipping, and recommend that all our patients receive one –so if they ever do get lost, you can be reunited with them as quickly as possible.
Remember, if you’re a dog-owner, microchipping isn’t voluntary. Since last year, all dogs in the UK must be microchipped according to law.
We can provide:
To learn more about the vaccinations or micro-chipping, phone us on 01444 456886
One of the most important things you can do to give your dog a long and healthy life is to ensure that he/she is vaccinated against common canine diseases.
Your dog’s mother gave her puppy immunity from disease for the first few weeks of existence by providing disease-fighting antibodies in her milk. Now it’s up to you, with the help and advice of your veterinary surgeon, to provide that protection.
Just like dogs, your feline friends also need to be vaccinated, to protect them from common feline diseases.
Your cat’s mother gave her kitten immunity from disease for the first few weeks of existence by providing disease-fighting antibodies in her milk. After that period, it’s up to you – with the help and advice of your veterinary surgeon – to provide that protection.
Unless properly vaccinated, your rabbit runs the risk of contracting one of two possibly fatal infectious diseases: myxomatosis and rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD). While it is possible for your rabbit to survive these diseases, they invariably lead to dreadful suffering and, in most cases, death.
At The Mewes Veterinary Clinic we strongly recommend that you have your dog, cat, rabbit, small furry or reptile microchipped today. Microchipping is an invaluable tool in cases where pets go missing as it gives animal services access to your contact information so that you can be reunited with your friend.
All dogs must be microchipped by 2016, or you risk a £500 fine.
More and more of us are choosing to bring our pets with us on our travels. Like you, your pet needs documentation proving that they are eligible to travel. This proof comes in the form of a Pet passport!
In order to apply for a Pet Passport you must meet the entry requirements for your pet (dog, cat or ferret) for the country you’re going to or coming from.