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Pet Services

Pet Vaccines & Preventions

Learn more about pet vaccines & preventions below.

Pet Vaccination & Prevention in Clayton, OH 45315

Pet vaccination is an important part of keeping your furry friend healthy and safe. At Clayton Animal Hospital, we offer a variety of vaccinations to help protect your pet from disease. Vaccinations help to protect pets from a variety of diseases, including rabies, distemper, and parvovirus. Pet vaccinations are safe and effective, and they can help your pet to live a long and healthy life.

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Optional Dependent on Lifestyle

  • Canine Influenza Vaccine
  • Lymes Vaccine
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  • Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus & Panleukopenia Combo Vaccine
  • Rabies
  • Feline Leukemia

The best treatment is prevention.


  • Simparica starts killing fleas within 3 hours and keeps going strong for 35 days without losing effectiveness at the end of the month. For dogs over six months of age.
    • ​Prevents and controls home infestations, killing fleas before they can lay eggs.
  • Simparica Trio


  • REVOLUTION® protects pets against a variety of common internal and external parasites.
    • Easy to apply and quick to dry!​
  • Designed for puppies over six weeks old and kittens over eight weeks old.
  • REVOLUTION is the only FDA-approved, topically applied medication for dogs 6 weeks and older that:
    • Prevents heartworm disease
    • Kills adult fleas
    • Prevents flea eggs from hatching
    • Prevents and controls flea infestations
    • Treats and controls ear mites
    • Treats and controls sarcoptic mange
    • Controls American dog tick infestations


  • A convenient injection, Proheart ensures your pet is never unprotected from heartworms again!
    • Available in six and twelve-month doses, designed for dogs six months and older.
  • Available for dogs six weeks and older, Heartgard is a tasty beef chewable that protects against:
    • Heartworms
    • Hookworms
    • Roundworms