High quality, compassionate veterinary care in Austin TX
[email protected] | (512) 338-4300

High quality, compassionate veterinary care in Austin TX
[email protected] | (512) 338-4300


High quality, compassionate veterinary care in Austin TX | [email protected] | 512-338-4300

Vaccines & Preventatives  dog cat and heart

alt Keeping your pets up to date on vaccinations is a great way to ensure your pets protection against many common illnesses and diseases. Below you will find a list of vaccines, along with other preventatives measures, for both dogs and cats.

Canine vaccines




Crotox (Rattlesnake vaccine)


Canine Bivalent (H3N2 & H3N8) Influenza vaccine

Heartworm Screening – Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes and live in the heart and the lungs of infected dogs and cats, which can cause lung and heart failure and clotting of the arteries. ATX protocol is to use a heartworm antigen panel annually to screen for heartworm.

Proheart 12, is a vaccine we do carry that would be an entire year of protection from heartworms. This would help with no gaps on taking the medication monthly.

Cytopoint, is a popular injectable that is made to work like your dog's own immune system to relieve environmental allergic dog itch. It blocks the protein that sends signals that trigger itch, so the constant scratching can stop. (see more on Allergies and Dermatology)

Internal parasite Screening – fecal samples are tested for the most common intestinal parasites and eggs, including tapeworms (usually from ingesting a flea) roundworms, whipworms, hookworms, and giardia. ATX protocol is recommended when parasites are seen, or when vomiting and diarrhea occur. We offer both Heartgard, and Nexgard for preventatives. These are monthly prescriptions for your dog to help prevent heartworms and fleas.

Heartworm treatments


Purevax is the brand used for all our felines here at ATX Animal Clinic. Only PUREVAX ®  vaccines offer a complete line of non-adjuvanted feline vaccines. PUREVAX vaccines help protect both cats and kittens from dangerous and deadly diseases, and give veterinarians and cat owners the peace of mind of knowing their cats are receiving highly purified protection.

Rabies Vaccination

FVRCP (Feline Distemper)

FeLV (Feline Leukemia) Vaccination


ATX Animal Clinic


8033 Mesa Dr A,
Austin, TX 78731


Closed 12pm-1:30pm for Surgeries & Lunch


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


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8:00 am - 12:00 pm



During Emergency after-hours please contact AVES: (512) 343-2837