Welcome to Central Boulevard Veterinary Hospital

Central Boulevard Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital serving Brentwood and surrounding areas. We provide high quality veterinary care services throughout your pet’s life. Our services and state-of-the-art amenities are planned to help in routine preventive care, early diagnosis, surgical and medical care, and treatment of pet diseases.

Pet experts recommend maintaining a regular schedule of vaccinations to prevent pets from acquiring common illnesses that can threaten their health and lead to expensive veterinary bills. These vaccines have been thoroughly tested and are safe for pets to receive, to help them maintain good health throughout their lives. At Central Boulevard Veterinary Hospital in Brentwood, CA, we offer low-cost vaccinations which include $99 special package for adult dogs and cats, puppy and kitten discounted vaccine packages to keep pets up to date on their immunizations.

Scheduled Vaccinations Are Important to Your Pet’s Health

Vaccines have come under close scrutiny because of their perceived side effects. However, the value of these immunizations is undeniable, providing protection against diseases that can threaten their health and may even cause death. A regular vaccine schedule ensures that your pet does not pick up common bacteria and viruses from common methods of transmission, such as from contact with other animals, from pet dishes or from toys.

Feline Vaccines

Kittens are also given vaccinations a few weeks apart until the age of 7 months. Core vaccines include those against panleukopenia, feline calicivirus, and rhinotracheitis. Rabies vaccine is given at 4 months or older. Even if your cat stays indoors most of the time, he or she can pick up a virus from brief contact with another animal when out of the house.

  • Rabies Vaccine – Protects against rabies and is required by the state.
  • Distemper Vaccine – (PRC) – Prevents the following viruses: Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calcivirus, and Panleukopenia.
  • Leukemia Vaccine – Protects against leukemia virus, recommended for outdoor cats.

Special Vaccines to Protect Your Pet

Pets that are boarding or go to daycare may also need the Bordetella vaccine. In addition, your vet may recommend vaccination against Borrelia burgdorferi, leptospirosis and feline immunodeficiency virus, if an outbreak has occurred in your area.

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us today at (925) 905-9436.

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