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Pine Forest Animal Clinic
Dr. David Perrett

Veterinarian

6860 Pine Forest Road
Pensacola, FL 32526

Schedules

Escambia County, Florida recognizes the three (3) year rabies vaccination.
The following guidelines are applicable for administering rabies vaccines
and subsequent processing of county licenses:

  1. All pets under 18 months of age MUST have the rabies vaccine
    for 1 consecutive year in order for the 3-year efficacy policy to be recognized by Escambia County. Note: A pet that receives a rabies vaccination at 12 weeks MUST come back in one year to receive their 3-year vaccine.
  2. Similarly, older pets must have 2 consecutive years of the rabies vaccine for the county to recognize their 3-ear vaccination. If a pet has moved in from out-of-state, the new client must show proof that the pet had 2 consecutive previous years of the rabies vaccine.
  3. The county license MUST be renewed every year.

Boarding Schedules and Requirements

Reservations are appreciated for our Pet Bed and Breakfast. We require that all vaccinations be up-to-date, this includes a current rabies vaccination and bordatella. Animals requiring veterinary attention will be cared for at the owner’s expense. Every effort will be made to contact the owner before treatment. We encourage you to bring your pet’s favorite toys and blankets to make them feel more at home. Birds are most comfortable in their own cages. We always welcome your inspection of board area. Our entire clinic is heated and air-conditioned. Your pet may be picked up during our normal business hours.

Vaccination and Exam Schedules

Feline Adult Yearly Vaccinations

  • Examination

  • Rabies(1yr & 3yr):
    • If animal is under one year old or has never been vaccinated with the rabies vaccination, then the animal will receive a ONE year vaccination.
    • If the animal is over one year old and has received a rabies vaccination, then the animal is eligible for a THREE year vaccination.
  • Feline Distemper
    • FRVCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
  • Feline Leukemia
    • Not required, but recommended (especially outdoor cats)
  • Fecal test

Feline Kitten

9 Weeks

  • Feline Distemper (FRVCP)
  • Fecal
  • Deworm

12 Weeks

  • Rabies Vaccination (1 yr)
  • Escambia County License
  • Distemper(FRVCP)
  • Fecal
  • Feline Leukemia/Feline AIDS
    • If cat is going to be outdoors, it may need these additional vaccinations.

Canine Adult Yearly Vaccinations

  • Examination
  • Rabies (1yr & 3yr):
    • If animal is under one year old or has never been vaccinated with the rabies vaccination, then the animal will receive a ONE year vaccination.
    • If the animal is over one year old and has received a rabies vaccination, then the animal is eligible for a THREE year vaccination.
  • Canine Distemper (1yr & 3yr):
    • If animal is under one year old or has never been vaccinated with the Distemper vaccination, then the animal will receive a ONE year vaccination.
    • If the animal is over one year old and has received a Distemper vaccination, then the animal is eligible for a THREE year vaccination.
  • Lepto-4:
    • For Leptospirosis- It is passed through the urine of infected animals. It affects the kidneys and causes renal failure and is also transferable to humans.
  • Bordetella:
    • Intranasal – last six months
    • Injectable- last one year (must have had an intranasal prior to injectable)
  • Fecal test
  • Heartworm test:
    • Recommended every year

Canine Puppy

3 weeks

  • Fecal Check
  • Dewormed

6 weeks

  • Canine Distemper (Da2P-P)
  • Fecal Check
  • Dewormed

9 weeks

  • Canine Distemper (Da2P-P)
  • Lepto-4
  • Dewormed

12 weeks

  • Rabies Vaccination (1yr)
  • Canine Distemper (Da2P-P)
  • Lepto-4
  • Dewormed

16 Weeks

  • Parvovirus Booster
  • Lepto-4 (if puppy did not receive at
  • Begin Heartworm prevention
  • Bordetalla Intranasal (If needed)

There is a one time Exam fee for the puppy series on the first visit.


Vaccination Links

Escambia County Rabies Vaccination Requirement

Santa Rosa County Rabies Vaccination Requirement