dog and cat vaccination offer

Vaccinations: Restart from just £45!

Fallen behind? Restart your pet’s protection with a primary vaccine course for just £45.

What species is your pet?

Why are vaccinations so important?

Having your dog vaccinated every 12 months will keep them protected against a number of conditions, some of which can be fatal. If your pet has fallen behind with their vaccinations due to Covid-19 and lockdown restrictions, now is the perfect time to get back on track.

What’s the difference between a primary vaccine course and a booster?

A primary vaccine course provides your pet with a set level of protection against various diseases. This protection is topped up every year with an annual booster. If your pet is overdue their booster, your vet may recommend restarting their protection with a primary vaccination course.

Primary vaccination course - £45 (Average saving: £15.00)

This offer is available to dogs of all ages, whether you’re looking to give your new puppy the best start in life or to restart your adult dog’s protection against disease.

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Which vaccinations are included?

It's important to get your dog vaccinated every year to protect them against the following diseases:

  • Parvovirus - a common, serious and highly contagious disease that spreads when a dog makes direct contact with an infected dog, or their faeces. Find out more
  • Leptospirosis (Lepto) - a bacterial infection, spread through infected rat urine and contaminated water. Find out more
  • Distemper - a serious virus that spreads through the air. It’s most common in dogs, less than a year old, who don’t yet have a fully developed immune system. Find out more
  • Hepatitis - an incurable viral disease, spread through the bodily fluids of infected dogs. In severe cases, hepatitis can cause jaundice, liver failure, seizures or coma, and can even be fatal. Find out more

Your dog will need to be vaccinated against each of these conditions if you plan to put them into a kennel.

Please note: The offer is NOT valid for Rabies, Chlamydia and Kennel Cough vaccinations.

Which vaccinations are included?

It's important to get your cat vaccinated every year to protect them against the following diseases:

  • Cat Flu - a condition of the upper respiratory tract that causes flu-like symptoms in cats and kittens. Find out more
  • Feline Enteritis​ - a serious, highly contagious and often fatal disease. Infected cats suffer severe diarrhoea and vomiting. Find out more
  • Feline Leukaemia​ - attacks the cat’s immune system, leaving them at risk of infection and illness. Find out more

Your cat will need to be vaccinated against each of these conditions if you plan to put them into a cattery.

Please note: The offer is NOT valid for Rabies or Chlamydia vaccinations

vet in consultation with dog

Maintaining your dog's protection

You love your dog, and will do anything you can to keep them happy and healthy.

Protecting them from life-threatening disease and infection is a key aspect of responsible pet ownership.

Keep on top of your dog's vaccinations by joining the Pet Health Club. Providing all their routine care for just £16.60 per month.

View Pet Health Club Dog Plan
vet in consultation with cat

Maintaining your cat's protection

You love your cat, and will do anything you can to keep them happy and healthy.

Protecting them from life-threatening disease and infection is a key aspect of responsible pet ownership.

Keep on top of your cat's vaccinations by joining the Pet Health Club. Providing all their routine care for just £14.60 per month.

View Pet Health Club Cat Plan
vet in consultation with dog

Where to get my dog vaccinated?

The offer is available at each of our My Family Vets practices, nationwide.

Find your nearest practice
vet in consultation with cat

Where to get my cat vaccinated?

The offer is available at each of our My Family Vets practices, nationwide.

Find your nearest practice

Your dog's vaccination in 3 simple steps:

1

Choose a practice

Find your preferred My Family Vets practice online

2

Arrange your appointment

Complete our online form and we’ll contact you to arrange your appointment

3

Visit us in practice

Bring your dog in! We'll administer the vaccine and process your payment

Book an appointment

Your cat's vaccination in 3 simple steps:

1

Choose a practice

Find your preferred My Family Vets practice online

2

Arrange your appointment

Complete our online form and we’ll contact you to arrange your appointment

3

Visit us in practice

Bring your cat in! We'll administer the vaccine and process your payment

Book an appointment

Terms and conditions

To qualify for entry participants must book their appointment via the myfamilyvets.co.uk website. The decision to accept any appointments requested via an alternative method (e.g. telephone, in person) will be at the discretion of the individual practice.

Vaccination course is made up of two injections/visits 2-4 weeks apart, should a third injection/visit be recommended due to local protocols this is optional and will be charged additionally. Excludes vaccinations for Rabies, Chlamydia and Kennel Cough.

The offer is only available at participating My Family Vets practices and ends on 30 June 2021.

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