Coffee Veterinary Hospital
184 Interstate Drive
Manchester, TN 37355-3106
(931) 728-1430

Age Vaccination
6 Weeks Distemper/Parvo combo #1*, De-worm
9 Weeks Distemper/Parvo combo #2, De-worm
12 Weeks Distemper/Parvo combo #3
16 Weeks Distemper/Parvo combo #4, Rabies, Lyme, Bordatella, start Heartworm preventive
19-20 Weeks Lyme #2
Yearly Distemper/Parvo combo, Rabies, Lyme, Bordatella

*Distemper/parvo combo includes: Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, and Cornoavirus

Age Vaccination
9 Weeks Feline Distemper combo**, Deworm, Feline Leukemia Test
12 Weeks Feline Distemper combo*, Deworm, Feline Leukemia #1
16 Weeks Feline Distemper combo*,Feline Leukemia #2, Rabies
Yearly Feline Distemper combo*, Deworm, Feline Leukemia, Rabies, Deworm

**Feline Distemper combo includes: Feline Distemper, Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Pneumonitis, and Chlamydia.

Horse vaccinations vary depending on the specific use of the animal. Those with high exposure should be vaccinated more frequently than those with low exposure. Vaccinations should begin as yearlings. Basic yearly vaccinations should include: rAbies, Eastern and western Equine Encephalitis, West Nile Virus, Influenza, and Rhinotracheitis.

Cattle vaccinations available can vary; However, we recommend yearly vaccinations of the following: Blackleg, Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD), Upper Respiratory Diseases, and Pinkeye. The Blackleg vaccinations should first be given at 4 months of age.
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