Our Orlando veterinarians can help you protect your cat or dog from a range of serious diseases and disorders with routine vaccinations and parasite prevention.
At East Orlando Animal Hospital, we focus on preventive care to keep common diseases and disorders from negatively impacting your dog or cat in the first place.
In combination with regular wellness exams, vaccinations and parasite prevention form the foundation of your pet's routine healthcare.
Preventive veterinary care gives your pet the very best chance at a long, healthy life. Our team will work with you to create a custom preventive care plan tailored to your cat or dog's unique needs.
Keeping your pet's vaccinations up to date is essential for protecting your dog or cat from contagious, often serious, diseases. Spaying or neutering your pet not only prevents unexpected litters but can also help to protect your furry friend against serious diseases.
In their first year, kittens need the following shots to protect them from serious diseases. Throughout their lifetime your cat will need regular vaccinations (booster shots) to help keep them protected against these serious feline conditions.
While this is the last set of kitten boosters, your cat will continue to need more vaccines on an annual basis, beginning at 12 months.
While the following are not vaccinations, spaying, neutering and microchipping help protect your cat from a number of health issues.
In their first year, puppies need these shots to protect them from dangerous diseases. Throughout your dog's lifetime they will require regular vaccinations (booster shots) to help keep them protected against these serious canine conditions.
While this is the last set of puppy boosters, your dog will continue to need more vaccines on an annual basis, beginning at 12 months. This includes the influenza vaccine, which we strongly recommend every year.
While the following are not vaccinations, spaying, neutering and microchipping help protect your dog from a number of health issues.
Fleas are external parasites that feed on the blood of birds and mammals.
These external parasites consume the blood of mammals and spread disease.
Tiny, highly contagious ear mites can make your pet miserable.
This thread-like parasitic roundworm is spread through mosquito bites.
These roundworms live in the digestive system and feed on your pet's blood.
This parasitic worm lives in the intestine and feeds on intestinal contents.
Flat, hook-like parasitic worms that reside in your pet's intestines.
This roundworm gets its name from its whip-like appearance.
East Orlando Animal Hospital is always happy to welcome new clients to our full-service animal hospital. We look forward to meeting you and your pet!