Our Basic Puppy Vaccination Course.

The Cost of Basic Course Puppy Injections

The Basic course costs £ 30.00 in total.

Our Basic Course, whilst providing protection against the same diseases as the standard and advanced courses, does not provide any protection early on in the vaccination program. The early protection for these puppies is dependent on the immunity provided by their mothers' colostrum (first milk). The immunity from the mothers can vary greatly. Full protection is totally dependent on the final injection at 12 weeks old or later. For this reason puppies protected using this program should not be allowed out onto the streets (where they may pick up infection) until at least 2 weeks after the final injection. (The Standard and Advanced courses only require a wait of 1 week after the final injection). This course is intended to assist those owners where finance is a real issue.

If your puppy is over 18 weeks old, this course (with the injections given in reverse order) may be perfectly adequate and provide full protection within 1 week of the final injection. Puppies should not be left deliberately until they are 18 weeks old to take advantage of this.

The Basic Course includes the following:

  1. A full health check by a veterinarian.

  2. Advice & Worm treatment included

  3. Flea check and treatment included.

  4. Four weeks free health insurance from Petplan.

  5. Between 6 and 12 weeks of age, a single painless vaccination injection is given protecting against:

    1. Two types of leptospirosis (Diseases from rats - The first is Canicola fever or Weill’s disease. The second affects the liver causing hepatitis)

      1. Leptospira Canicola [which causes kidney disease]

      2. Letospira Icterohaemorrhagica [which causes liver disease - hepatitis]

  6. Finally at 12 weeks old or later a single painless vaccination injection protecting against:

    1. Distemper

    2. Parvovirus

    3. Two types of Adenovirus (Canine AdenoVirus CAV):

      1. CAV 1 (Canine Adenovirus Type 1) (which causes Rubarth's disease - a severe hepatitis or liver disease)

      2. CAV 2 (Canine Adenovirus Type 2) (which causes part of the Kennel Cough disease complex)

    4. Parainfluenza (which is a minor part of the kennel cough disease complex)

    5. Another vaccination against both types of leptospirosis.

      1. Leptospira Canicola [which causes kidney disease]

      2. Leptospira Icterohaemorrhagica [which causes liver disease - hepatitis]