Has your dog or cat missed their booster?

Has your dog or cat missed their booster? We’re offering full vaccination re-start courses for the price of a normal booster this month (May 2011) – that’s two injections for the price of one. This offer is open to all adult cats and dogs over 18 months old that have not been vaccinated in the last 18 months.

If your rabbit hasn’t been vaccinated in the last 9 months, come in for a Myxomatosis vaccination and receive a free booster 6 months later.

  • Contact us now to book your pet’s appointment for May
  • Before your appointment, log on to www.nvmonline.co.uk and print off your voucher
  • Bring your voucher with you when you come in for your appointment

If you can’t print off a voucher, don’t worry – let us know when you make your appointment and we’ll do it for you.

Why we’re running this special offer…

Over half our cats and dogs are no longer vaccinated against a range of nasty diseases – some fatal, all widespread, and all on the increase, according to latest UK statistics.

“Fewer and fewer owners are vaccinating their animals against these serious and potentially fatal diseases,” says John, Vet and Proprietor of Mansion Hill Veterinary Practice. “As a direct result, we’re seeing an increase in the number of animals brought into our surgeries with these preventable diseases, literally fighting for their lives.”

Many owners vaccinate their puppies and kittens when they are only weeks old, but after this two-injection primary course, a single annual booster vaccination is required to maintain that animal’s immunity.

“With our busy lives, it can be easy to let a vaccination course lapse by forgetting a booster,” John explains. “A couple of months go by and suddenly the window for Fluffy’s booster has been missed and the whole course must be re-started to regain required levels of immunity – another course of two injections at almost twice the price of the annual booster.”

May’s vaccination amnesty means it needn’t be expensive or embarrassing to get our lapsed pets on the right track again.