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Dog Vaccinations Mesa AZ

Dog Vaccinations Mesa AZ

Are you searching your area for “Dog Vaccinations Mesa AZ“, while looking for canine hospitals that offer puppy and dog vaccinations? If so, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We provide dog and puppy vaccinations specifically customized to fit your canine’s specific needs and risks. To Schedule your canine’s vaccination appointment in Mesa, AZ today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141.

Affordable Dog Vaccinations


Don’t take the risk of losing your dog to a disease by not receiving vaccinations. Bring your dog into Power Road Animal Hospital where we offer many puppy and dog vaccinations and other preventative canine care services to help ensure the well-being of your canine companion. We can recommend flea and tick treatments, canine vaccinations, and heartworm prevention made for your specifically for your pet.

  • Manufactured in the United States
  • Most current vaccine technology
  • Highest quality and ratings for safety

Vaccination Services Include:


We provide dog vaccination services to help your prevent many illnesses and diseases in your dog, such as parvo, rabies, and distemper. Many of these necessary vaccines contain antigens to help them fight off attacks and support your dog’s immune system. If you dog does eventually become exposed to any of the below viruses, their immune system will already be primed and ready to prevent the severity of it.

Rabies Vaccinations


Rabies is a serious disease, and once symptoms set in, can be fatal. The Rabies virus attacks the dog’s central nervous system and brain, and can be transferred to humans through a scrape or bite from an infected animal. It is highly recommended to get your dog vaccinated for the rabies virus.

Canine Distemper Vaccinations


Without this vaccination canine distemper can be fatal. It is a virus that can cause a plethora of symptoms in dogs that have contracted it. Some of these symptoms include coughing, nasal discharge, seizures, vomiting and diarrhea. Dogs more often than not become infected with Canine Distemper when coming into contact with a contaminated environment or another sick dog. At around 6 to 8 weeks old, it is essential for your puppy to be vaccinated against the Canine Distemper virus.

Canine Infectious Hepatitis Vaccinations


Canine Infectious Hepatitis is a viral liver disease that is transmitted through nasal, eye or urine discharge of dogs that are infected, and can cause long lasting damage.

Canine Parvovirus Vaccinations


Canine Parvovirus, or more generally known as just Parvo, is highly infectious and is rapidly spread. It can cause fatal damage in dogs that do not get their vaccinations, especially in adolescent dogs. Severe los of fluids caused by vomiting and bloody diarrhea are common symptoms. This virus can actually remain dormant in certain surroundings for months or even years. All dogs are required to be vaccinated for Canine Parvovirus when they are adolescent dogs aged 6 to 8 weeks.

Canine Parainfluenza Vaccinations


The Parainfluenza virus is a disease that causes “kennel cough” targeting the upper respiratory system in dogs. Parainfluenza is contagious and spreads through the air, causing coughing and sneezing. The DA2PP vaccination, commonly known as a distemper shot, helps protect dogs from viruses like canine distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza and parvovirus. This vaccine is greatly recommended for every dog from 6 to 8 weeks old.

Bordetella Bronchiseptica Vaccinations


Bordetella is also a generally known cause of tracheobronchitis or “kennel cough”. Equal to parainfluenza, it is highly contagious and is an airborne disease. These types of infections are most commonly found in dogs that hang out with other dogs. This vaccination is recommended for dogs that are boarded regularly; spend time at dog day care centers or frequent dog park visits.

Why Vaccinate Your Dog(s)


Vaccinating your dog(s) is a great way to help get their immune system prepared to fight off deadly diseases. Also, non-core and core vaccinations will help protect your canine from contagious diseases. Even indoor pets can sometimes become infected with airborne diseases just by opening a window.

Furthermore, it is against the law for pet owners not to vaccinate your pet. Other popular reasons to vaccinate include:

  • Protects pet owners from diseases
  • Protects your pet from airborne and deadly diseases
  • More affordable than treatment for diseases

Reviews & Testimonials


5 Star Review On Google:Just great! I was referred to Power Road Animal hospital by a friend, and I am really grateful. Both of our dogs receive outstanding care. I also appreciate the conservative approach they take. I am always given all the treatment options, with estimated pricing, and recommendations. I trust them with the health of our much loved pets.” LJ T.

Schedule A Vaccination Appointment

To Schedule your canine’s vaccination appointment in Mesa, AZ today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141.

Dog Vaccinations
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Provider Name
Power Road Animal Hospital ,
2333 S. Power Rd.,Mesa,AZ-85209,
Telephone No.480-641-4141
Mesa, Arizona
Are you searching your area for "Dog Vaccinations Mesa AZ", while looking for canine hospitals that offer puppy and dog vaccinations? If so, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We provide dog and puppy vaccinations specifically customized to fit your canine's specific needs and risks. To Schedule your canine's vaccination appointment in Mesa, AZ today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141.

Business Hours:

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7:30am to 6pm
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2333 S. Power Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85209
Phone: 480-641-4141
Fax: 480-654-2826

Conveniently Located
in Mesa, AZ

on Power Road Between
Baseline Road & Guadalupe Road

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