At Giles County Animal Hospital, we believe in the power of vaccinations, as they help prevent serious illnesses and diseases from infecting your pet. Our veterinarians create unique vaccination schedules for each pet—always taking into account their lifestyle and environment, age, breed and size, health history, and current health. And because we know that these factors may change over time, our veterinarians review your pet’s vaccination schedule and preventative health plan each visit to ensure that your pet maintains a course of good health.
Vaccines can sometimes cause bad reactions in your pet—these reactions are normally mild and short. Some side effects may include soreness (in the area where the vaccines was given), aches, fever and drowsiness, among others and depending on the vaccine. Our veterinarians and technical staff will walk you through the possible side effects and what you can do to make your pet comfortable after their visit.
Please call us today with any questions or concerns regarding your pet’s health and behavior, or to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians.
GILES COUNTY ANIMAL HOSPITAL @
2021 16654 W College St, Pulaski, TN 38478
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