VaccinationsYearly rabies vaccinations are legally required in Spain in both dogs, cats and ferrets. Vaccinations are essential for the health and prevention of contagious diseases such as distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and rabies in dogs, and calici virus, rhinotracheitis, leukemia, chlamydia and rabies in cats. Vaccinations start at 6 weeks old for puppies, with a parvovirus and distemper vaccination, followed at 8 and 12 weeks with the cocktail vaccination covering all contagious diseases. From 13 weeks old the rabies vaccination can be given and legally repeated after 1 month. These vaccinations need to be repeated every year.
Kittens can be vaccinated at 12 and 16 weeks for contagious diseases and at 13 weeks for rabies to be legally repeated after 1 month.
Vaccinations are essential for travel to different countries with a European passport, please check with the country to which you are travelling to find out the requirements.
Other vaccinations are Kennelcough ( KC intranasal 2 x per year and Pneumodog injection 2x then once a year); Leishmania 3x then once a year and Heart worm vaccination 1x per year.