Cat & Dog Vaccinations and Pest Control

Bacteria, parasites and infectious diseases are everywhere. How can you protect your pet from these threats? Coyne Veterinary Center in Crown Point, IN, offers a full range of cat and dog vaccines, and parasite control, so you can put your worries to rest.

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We place strong emphasis on proactive care, recommending annual exams and vaccinations for your pet's long-term health and longevity. Cat & dog vaccinations are an easy and effective way to help protect your pet from contagious and possibly fatal diseases, like rabies and distemper.

Vaccines We Offer for Dogs and Cats

Vaccines give your pet additional (and essential) immunity to various illnesses ranging from airborne viruses to zoonotic diseases. Rabies is the most dangerous and is often present in raccoons, coyotes and bats.

Click on the correct species below to see what vaccines we recommend for your pet.

  • Rabies - core
  • Canine distemper/hepatitis/ parvo/parainfluenza - core
  • Lyme
  • Leptospirosis
  • Bordetella (required every 6 months) - core
  • Canine influenza
  • Rabies - core
  • Bordetella (required every 6 months) - core
  • Feline leukemia (FeLV)
  • Feline viral rhinotracheitis/ calicivirus/panleukopenia (FVRCP) - core

In some rare cases, we are willing to accept titers in place of vaccinations. We can perform titers in-house as needed for health certificates.

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Know Your Pet Parasites

Parasites can cause trouble for our pets throughout the year--even in winter! Fortunately, proper flea, tick and heartworm prevention can protect your pet from parasitic diseases, which can wreak havoc on their health. Common parasites we see in dogs and cats include:

  • Heartworms
  • Ticks
  • Fleas
  • Roundworms
  • Ear mites
  • Coccidia
  • Giardia
  • Hookworms
  • Whipworms
  • Tapeworms

Fleas and ticks can hitch a ride on your pet when they're outdoors and find their way into your home. With flea and tick preventives, you can help to prevent these vector-borne diseases:

  • Heartworm disease (mosquitoes)
  • Lyme disease (ticks)
  • Ehrlichiosis (ticks)
  • Anaplasmosis (ticks
  • Rocky Mountain spotted fever (ticks)
  • Tapeworm (fleas)

Untreated heartworm disease and Lyme disease can be life-threatening for pets. That's why prevention is the best medicine. While heartworm is certainly treatable, it can still damage your pet's health and is very costly.

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Let's Build a Treatment Plan for Your Pet

At Coyne Veterinary Center, we give every patient personalized care attuned to their specific lifestyle. We'll work together with you to create a prevention plan that best serves your pet's needs at every life stage, and in every environment. No pet should have to settle for a one-size-fits-all program.

Contact our Crown Point, IN, animal hospital at (219) 267-1700 or stop in for an appointment so we can find the best protection for your pet.