Promoting a Healthy Community with Cat and Dog Vaccinations in Omaha, NE

The team at American Animal Hospital takes your pet’s protection very seriously, and we know you do, too! That’s why we administer cat and dog vaccinations to help guard your pet against a variety of diseases that may also be transferrable to you and your family. Certain diseases can easily be prevented, which is why we recommend pets of all ages be up to date on their vaccinations. We are committed to creating a timeline with appropriate vaccines according to your pet’s age, health lifestyle, and other factors.

Call us to schedule your pet’s next vaccine appointment today!

Why Should I Vaccinate My Pet?

Vaccinating your pet provides protection not only for them, but for you and your family, too! Certain diseases, such as rabies and Lyme disease, are zoonotic, which means they can be transmitted from animals to humans. Furthermore, vaccinating your pet can protect other pets by reducing the spread of disease. This can result in a much healthier pet community.

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Cat and Dog Vaccines We Offer in Omaha, NE

Vaccines for dogs and cats are designed specifically for each species. Additionally, there are vaccines we recommend for all pets, known as “core” vaccines, and some “non-core” or lifestyle-based vaccines we recommend based on your pet’s health background and lifestyle.

Below are the cat and dog vaccines we offer:


  • Rabies
  • Distemper
  • Parvovirus
  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
  • Lyme
  • Leptospirosis


  • Rabies
  • FVRCP (Feline distemper)
  • Feline Leukemia

When Should I Start Vaccinating My Pet?

Puppies and kittens need to start building their immunity right away. We recommend they begin a series of vaccinations at their first visit, and that the series is completed for your pet to receive full and necessary protection against diseases and parasites. As your pet gets older, they will need to come in for routine boosters to sustain their immunity. At American Animal Hospital, our team of knowledgeable veterinarians will collaborate with you to create a vaccine timeline that suits your pet’s needs.

To begin your pet’s vaccinations or get them up to date, contact us today at (402) 493-6767!