Dogs Vaccines

Protect your pets from common illnesses and strengthen their overall health. At Texavet, we make it easy! Our certified vets provide safe and effective vaccines for both dogs and cats. We offer convenient packages, as well as individual vaccinations. Read on to learn more about what we offer.

Vaccines For Dogs

Protect your pets from common illnesses and strengthen their overall health. At Texavet, we make it easy! Our certified vets provide safe and effective vaccines for both dogs and cats. We offer convenient packages, as well as individual vaccinations. Read on to learn more about what we offer.

Puppy Vaccines

Your puppy deserves to start life on the right foot. We offer convenient puppy vaccine packages that protect your new friend against various canine diseases, including DHPP, bordetella, and leptospirosis. Deworming is included in all of our puppy packages to protect your dog from common parasites, too.

Our vaccine packages make it easy and affordable to keep your pet safe. We also include free bonuses, like rabies vaccines and heartworm prevention tablets. Call us today to learn which package is the best fit for your puppy.

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Annual Vaccines

Most pet owners know the importance of puppy vaccinations. However, it’s also important to get your dog regularly vaccinated as they grow. Certain vaccines will need boosters to stay effective. Plus, older dogs have specific health concerns and may require different care than they did as puppies.

Our annual vaccine package makes it easy for you to keep up with your dog’s health every year. The package includes rabies, DHPP, bordetella, and leptospirosis vaccines, as well as a heartworm test. It’s quick, simple, and reliable.

Individual Vaccines

All dogs have unique needs. In addition to our convenient vaccine packages, we also offer individual vaccines at a la carte prices. This allows you to customize your pet’s care and add certain vaccines that are not included in their annual package.

Individual vaccines are also a great option for dogs who have received some of their annual vaccines, but are missing others. If another vet has treated your dog in the past, bring your vaccine records to your Texavet appointment. We’ll help you decide which individual vaccines are right for your dog.

Preventive Care

A healthy pet is a happy pet. At Texavet, we offer a variety of preventative care services to help your dogs and cats thrive. From routine exams and testing to disease management and microchipping, we are your one-stop-shop for animal care. Read on to learn about some of our most popular services.

Wellness Exams

Pets need regular check-ups, just like humans. We offer annual wellness visits to check on your dog or cat’s overall health. We will check your pet’s weight and temperature, listen to their heart and lungs, and conduct a physical exam. We can also run blood work, prescribe medication, and give any necessary vaccines. During your pet’s wellness visit, you will also have plenty of time to talk with the vet and ask questions. This way, you’ll be able to be proactive about your pet’s health in the future.

Puppy Care

Congratulations on your new arrival! Now that you have a puppy, we offer plenty of services to help your new friend grow up healthy and strong. We’ll check the animal’s weight and also perform basic tests to ensure proper development. We offer puppy vaccination packages and other services specifically designed for younger animals.


Vaccines are one of the easiest ways to protect your dog or cat’s health. And they’re not just good for your pet- vaccines also protect other animals in the community, as well as humans who might come in contact with your animal! We offer a variety of vaccinations to protect against common diseases. We have convenient vaccine packages, as well as individual vaccines. Click here to learn more about our vaccinations.



Rabies is one of the most well-known animal diseases, and for good reason. Rabies spreads via the saliva of an infected animal. If your pet is bitten by an animal with rabies, then the disease can spread rapidly. Once the signs of rabies appear, the disease is almost always fatal.


Bordetella is a type of bacteria that can affect dogs. It’s one of the most common causes of kennel cough and other respiratory illnesses. Kennel cough can cause a loud and persistent cough in dogs, as well as sneezing and nasal congestion. Bordetella vaccines can prevent the spread of this disease. Every Bordetella vaccine manufactures today has a 1 year expiration date, but some grooming and boarding facilities require this vaccine every 6 months.


DHPP is a combination vaccine that is important for the health of all dogs. It’s often called the “5-in-1 vaccine” as it protects against five contagious and serious viruses: canine distemper virus, canine hepatitis (CAV-1), kennel cough (CAV-2), canine parainfluenza, and canine parvovirus. Dogs will need a series of DHPP vaccines, though the exact number will vary depending on their age during the first injection and specific risk factors.


Leptospirosis is a disease that spreads through the urine of infected animals, usually via a contaminated water source. Dogs typically contract this disease by drinking or swimming in water that was contaminated by a wild animal such as squirrels, rabbits and amphibians or infected livestock. Leptospirosis can affect dogs not only living in the rural areas but also dogs living in the woods and suburb areas. Leptospirosis can also spread to humans. Dogs who are at risk for contracting leptospirosis can be vaccinated against the disease. Your vet can help you evaluate your dog’s lifestyle so you can decide if this vaccine is right for their situation.

Canine Influenza

Canine influenza is a contagious disease that can have serious health consequences for your pet. Severe cases can even be life-threatening. Luckily, there are canine influenza vaccines that can protect dogs against the most common strains of the virus. The canine influenza vaccine is a good choice for dogs that travel on the national show circuit. However, some boarding facilities still require this so please check with them if needed.