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Livonia, MI 48152 US

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Vaccinations at Sheehy Animal Hospital Veterinary Clinic


If you want to learn more about the vaccine schedule that your pet should be on or are interested in setting up an appointment for your pet to receive vaccines, call us today at 248-206-3030. We are happy to talk to you about all the vaccines we offer as well as the vaccines that we suggest you have given to your pet. It is our goal to help your pet live a happy, healthy life, and we believe that vaccines are an important part of proper care. We look forward to speaking with you and helping keep your pets safe. 

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What Vaccinations Should Your Pet Receive?

There are core vaccines that dogs and cats should receive. The core vaccines for dogs include:

    • Rabies
    • Hepatitis
    • Parvovirus
    • Distemper
    • Parainfluenza
    • Bordetella
    • Leptospirosis

These vaccines prevent many common ailments and sicknesses that dogs may otherwise develop. We may recommend additional vaccines based on your pet's activities. We may also suggest a vaccine for canine influenza, since this sickness could potentially harm your pet. 

The core vaccines for cats include:

    • Rabies
    • Calicivirus
    • Panleukopenia
    • Feline viral rhinotracheitis

Why Vaccinate Your Pets at a Livonia Animal Hospital?

Vaccinations help reduce the risk of your pet developing an illness. Some vaccines protect you, too, such as the rabies vaccine. Rabies is one of the few illnesses that could spread from your pet to you and is fatal when not treated immediately upon infection.

Pet vaccines play a role in preventative care. With the right vaccines in place, you won't have to worry about your pet developing one of many serious, potentially fatal diseases that they may come across. 

Set Up an Appointment with a Veterinarian at Sheehy Animal Hospital Today

If you want to learn more about the vaccine schedule that your pet should be on or are interested in setting up an appointment for your pet to receive vaccines, call us today at (248) 615-7670. We are happy to talk to you about all the vaccines we offer as well as the vaccines that we suggest you have given to your pet. It is our goal to help your pet live a happy, healthy life, and we believe that vaccines are an important part of proper care. We look forward to speaking with you and helping keep your pets safe. 

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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

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Testimonials

  • "I love this veterinary clinic. Dr. Sheehy and staff are all friendly and seem to take pride in their jobs. I enjoy taking my three rats there and would recommend them to everyone I know."
    Cheyenne H / Livonia, MI

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