Pet Vaccines Directory
Pets need vaccines to ward off diseases and infections. Some vaccines are given once while others require a booster to maintain immunity. Core vaccines are recommended for every pet while non-core vaccines may be given depending on certain factors such as whether your pet is indoor or outdoor. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how vaccines work, why pets need vaccines, a typical vaccine schedule for dogs and cats, and much more.
Pet Vaccines: Schedules for Cats and Dogs
Are you up on your pet’s vaccines? Use these handy reference charts from WebMD to keep up with the vaccination schedule for your dog or cat.
Dog Vaccine Schedule for Puppies and Adult Dogs
WebMD discusses vaccination types and requirements for adult dogs and puppies.
WebMD discusses the vaccination procedure for cats and includes important information such as how often cats should be vaccinated, what vaccines are considered core vaccines, and risks associated with vaccines.
Can Dogs Get the Flu? What Is Canine Flu?
Dogs can get the flu, too. Know the causes, symptoms, and treatment for this virus so you can keep your dog healthy.
Kitten Care Q&A: Vaccinations, Illnesses, Veterinary Checkups, and More
WebMD veterinary expert answers commonly asked questions about kitten care, including vaccinations, common illnesses, how often you should schedule veterinary checkups, and kitten birth defects.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Puppy Care -- From Adoption to Puppy-Proofing Your Home
From feeding and playing to shots and spaying, learn everything you need to know before bringing home a puppy.
Slideshow: Kitten Care -- From Adoption to Kitty-Proofing Your Home
WebMD’s pictorial guide on kitten care helps you understand the basics, from feeding and fun to shots and spaying. It’s everything you need to know before bringing kitty home.