Kittens require vaccinations against Feline Enteritis and Cat Flu. In some cases Vaccination against Feline Leukaemia, Feline AIDS and Chlamydia may be advised.
Kittens are vaccinated at:
|from 6-8 weeks||Due __________|
|at 10-12 weeks||Due __________|
|at 14-16 weeks||Due __________|
Then a yearly booster and health check.
6 months of age
To control hookworm, whipworm, roundworm and tapeworm.
Worm every 2 weeks until 12 weeks old, then monthly until 6 months old, then every 3 months. We recommend Drontal all wormer tablets, “Spot on” treatments such as Revolution, Advocate or Profender.
Monthly “Spot On”– Revolution and Advocate
Monthly “Spot On” – Advantage, Frontline, Revolution and Advocate
“Spot On” – Frontline applied every 2 weeks
Good nutrition is very important. Eukanuba, Science Diet, Royal Canin and IAMS are premium quality foods, specifically designed to meet your kitten’s nutritional requirements.
A microchip is a permanent means of identification and can be implanted in a consultation or at desexing.
Highly recommended. Many companies now offer comprehensive cover packages.
Thank you for choosing Albany Creek Veterinary Surgery for your pet’s healthcare.
By Albany Creek Veterinary Surgery
Last updated on 12 September 2019