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Pet Vaccinations & Preventive Care

Our Grande Prairie veterinarians can help you protect your companion from a wide range of serious diseases and disorders with routine vaccinations and parasite prevention.

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Working to Preserve & Protect Your Pet's Good Health

The best way to help your pet achieve a long and healthy life is by preventing them from getting sick in the first place.

Routine vaccinations and parasite prevention are your pet's number one weapon against a wide variety of common, but serious, medical conditions that can negatively impact their long-term health and longevity.

Bringing your companion in for regularly scheduled wellness exams allows our veterinarians to keep your pet's vaccines up to date and provide parasite prevention products chosen to meet their specific needs.

Our team will assess your companion's risk factors and lifestyle then work with you to create a custom preventive care plan to meet your their unique needs.

Vaccinations & Parasite Prevention Services, Grande Prairie

Cat & Dog Vaccination Schedule

Dogs and cats should receive the following vaccines throughout their life to help protect them from a range of serious diseases:

Kitten & Cat Vaccinations

Puppy & Dog Vaccinations

Spaying & Neutering

Spaying or neutering your pet prevents the birth of unwanted litters, and helps protect them against a variety of illnesses. These procedures can also help prevent unwanted behaviours such as aggression and roaming.

These common surgical procedures are performed under general anesthesia at our Grande Prairie clinic.

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Parasite Prevention

Parasites can pose a serious threat to the health and longevity of your cat or dog. Once your pet has been infected, parasites can be transmitted to people and other pets living in your home.

Parasite prevention products can help protect your dog, cat, or exotic pet from common parasites including fleas, ticks, ear mites, heartworms, and more.


Microchipping for dogs and cats is a permanent form of identification that can help to increase the odds of your furry friend being returned to you if they become lost.

We can place a tiny microchip under your pet's skin during their first wellness checkup or their spay or neuter surgery. The process is virtually painless and your furry friend will not feel the microchip once it is in place.

New Patients Welcome

Animals First Clinic is accepting new patients! Our veterinarians deliver the best care possible to your dogs, cats, small mammals, and reptiles. Reach out today to book an appointment.

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