20345 SW Pacific Highway, Suite 207-209, Sherwood, OR 97140

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Crossroads Veterinary Hospital

CVH

Vaccines

Though sometimes unpleasant, vaccines protect against common diseases that your pets may become exposed to.

Did you know that vaccines have about a 95% success rate for preventing infections and fatal diseases? Here’s a list of the vaccines we offer to keep your pet healthy:

Vaccines

Dog Vaccines

Rabies
Rabies can be transmitted to you and your pet through the bite of an infected animal. The rabies vaccine is required by law and protects against this fatal illness. 

Distemper (DHPP)
This is a four-booster, combination vaccine that protects against viruses that cause life-threatening neurologic, respiratory and gastrointestinal issues.

Leptospirosis
This vaccine protects against a bacteria that can cause deadly kidney or liver disease. Leptospirosis is also transmissible to people.

Lyme
This vaccine helps prevent Lyme disease, which is easily transmitted through the bite of an infected tick.

Lifestyle Vaccines
Depending on your dog’s lifestyle, these might be recommended if they visit boarding facilities, groomers, training classes, dog parks, and other social settings.

Bordetella
This vaccine protects against an airborne respiratory virus known as “Kennel Cough.”

Cat Vaccines

Rabies
Rabies can be transmitted to you and your pet through the bite of an infected animal. The rabies vaccine is required by law and protects against this fatal illness.

Distemper (DHPP)
This is a four-booster, combination vaccine that protects against viruses that cause life-threatening neurologic, respiratory and gastrointestinal issues.

Lifestyle Vaccines

This is given to all outdoor cats, including those who go out occasionally -even if it’s just on an open porch.

Feline Leukemia
This vaccine protects against the contagious and often fatal disease, which is easily spread between cats.

Ready to schedule vaccines for your cat or dog?

COVID-19 Update

Updated: July 21, 2020

Face Masks Required For All Clients While Inside

URGENT CARE:
We are requesting that all Urgent Care appointments still stay as drop off appointments, please come to Suite 208 to drop off. Once again all Urgent Care appointments must be dropped off for convenience to get them seen between our scheduled appointments.

Urgent Care hours are 9am – 12pm and 2:30pm – 4:00pm. We will be at capacity after we accommodate 10 urgent care appointments. Please note that Urgent Care can be a 2-5 hour wait.

SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS AND SURGERY
We are open to clients for regularly scheduled appointments and surgery appointments.

We will still be staying with our lunch hour closed from 1-2 pm and no clients will be allowed to stay in the hospital at that time.

Thank you for your understanding,
The Staff of Crossroads Veterinary Hospital

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