Cat and Dog Vaccinations in Farmington Hills, MI

Do you ever wonder what your life would be like if you’d never been vaccinated as a child? Think of all the viruses you’ve encountered in your lifetime. Would you be as healthy as you are today? Vaccinations are essential to our health, and they’re just as essential to our pets’ health, too. At Jeffrey Animal Hospital in Farmington Hills, we recommend initiating cat and dog vaccinations between 6 and 8 weeks of age. As with human children, puppies and kittens need boosters to build up their immunity to dangerous diseases. Leaving them unvaccinated could seriously jeopardize their well-being. Call our team at (248) 471-3636 to schedule an appointment. 

Cat and Dog Vaccinations in Farmington Hills, MI

Cat and Dog Vaccines We Offer

We provide all the necessary cat and dog vaccinations at our animal hospital in Farmington Hills to immunize pets against viral infection. Our vaccines, manufactured by Merial and Zoetis, are usually given per your pet’s lifestyle needs, and their likelihood of exposure to a certain disease. Below are the primary cat and dog vaccines we offer:


  • DHPP (recommended)
  • Rabies (recommended)
  • 4-way Lepto (recommended)
  • Bordetella
  • Lyme
  • Canine influenza
    • Southern strain (present in the southern states)
    • Asian strain (present in the Chicago area)


  • Distemper/rhinotracheitis/calici-panleukopenia/chlamydia (recommended)
  • Rabies (recommended)
  • FELV (recommended)

Bordetella is recommended to protect your dog from kennel cough, a highly contagious virus often picked up at groomers, daycares, kennels–anywhere your dog may be exposed to another dog. The Lyme vaccine protects dogs from the tick-borne Lyme disease, which can cause fever, loss of appetite, and lameness. Our FELV vaccine protects cats from the feline leukemia virus, which can be fatal.

Schedule Your Cat and Dog’s Vaccinations with Us

Starting your dog and cat on their vaccinations is a crucial first step in their ongoing healthcare routine. Our veterinarians will work with you to develop a wellness plan for your loved one to keep them healthy and protected through every life stage. For more information about our cat and dog vaccinations or to make an appointment, please give us a call at (248) 471-3636 or book an appointment online.