Skycrest Animal Clinic   5301 Route 83   Long Grove, Illinois 60047   Phone 847-634-3538
MONDAY 8:00 am - 7:00 pm  TUESDAY 8:00 am - 7:00 pm  WEDNESDAY 8:00 am - Noon *Closed Afternoon  THURSDAY 8:00 am - 7:00 pm  FRIDAY 8:00 am - 6:00 pm  SATURDAY 8:00 am - 1:00 pm  SUNDAY - CLOSED HOURS OF OPERATION
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At Skycrest we ask that all clients fill out a lifestyle risk assessment so that we can tailor a vaccine treatment plan to each individual pet. For instance, pets who require boarding while their owners are vacationing would require a different set of recommendations than a pet that avidly hunts in heavily wooded areas. For owners that are uncomfortable with vaccinating their pets for any reason, titer testing is available. Titer testing is a blood test that tests for the active antibodies in a pet’s bloodstream as a means to determine if the pet has immunity to certain diseases.
We administer the following vaccinations to DOGS:   Rabies:  A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After four months of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. Boosters are given annually or clients have the option to choose a three year vaccination if permissible in the county that they reside. DAPP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus): All are serious, contagious and sometimes fatal diseases that can affect major organs. We offer a 3 year vaccine to protect your pet. This vaccine has nothing to do with your dog’s temperament. Bordatella - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. If your pet gets boarded regularly check with the boarding facility - some require this vaccine to be given semi-annually. Lyme Disease - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. Leptospirosis - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. Canine Influenza – A highly contagious respiratory infection of dogs that is caused by an influenza A virus. There have been two different outbreaks in the Chicago area in 2015. If your pet regularly frequents areas where groups of dogs congregate – dog park, day care, grooming/boarding facility – please discuss your dog’s risk of exposure with your veterinarian and if the Canine Influenza vaccine is appropriate for your dog. If your dog gets boarded regularly or is in daycare, please check with the facility – some require this vaccine. The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2 – 4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year.
We administer the following vaccinations to CATS: Rabies:  A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After four months of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. Boosters are given annually or clients have the option to choose a three year vaccination if permissible in the county that they reside. FVRCP: This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline panleukopenia virus, also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life threatening viral disease in the cat population. Feline Leukemia: The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Feline leukemia virus adversely affects the cats body in many ways. It is the most common cause of cancer in cats. It may cause various blood disorders, and it may lead to a state of immune deficiency that hinders the cat’s ability to protect itself against other infections.
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SKYCREST ANIMAL CLINIC   5301 ROUTE 83   LONG GROVE, IL 60047  PHONE: 847-634-3538
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At Skycrest we ask that all clients fill out a lifestyle risk assessment so that we can tailor a vaccine treatment plan to each individual pet. For instance, pets who require boarding while their owners are vacationing would require a different set of recommendations than a pet that avidly hunts in heavily wooded areas. For owners that are uncomfortable with vaccinating their pets for any reason, titer testing is available. Titer testing is a blood test that tests for the active antibodies in a pet’s bloodstream as a means to determine if the pet has immunity to certain diseases.
We administer the following vaccinations to CATS: Rabies:  A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After four months of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. Boosters are given annually or clients have the option to choose a three year vaccination if permissible in the county that they reside. FVRCP: This vaccine protects against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia and panleukopenia which are transmitted by saliva, mucus and other secretions of acutely ill cats. Feline panleukopenia virus, also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life threatening viral disease in the cat population. Feline Leukemia: The feline leukemia virus can infect cats by saliva or nasal discharge, biting, or sharing food and water dishes. Feline leukemia virus adversely affects the cats body in many ways. It is the most common cause of cancer in cats. It may cause various blood disorders, and it may lead to a state of immune deficiency that hinders the cat’s ability to protect itself against other infections.
We administer the following vaccinations to DOGS:   Rabies:  A fatal viral disease that can infect warm blooded animals, including dogs and humans. After four months of age all dogs are required by law to have a one year rabies vaccination. Boosters are given annually or clients have the option to choose a three year vaccination if permissible in the county that they reside. DAPP (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus): All are serious, contagious and sometimes fatal diseases that can affect major organs. We offer a 3 year vaccine to protect your pet. This vaccine has nothing to do with your dog’s temperament. Bordatella - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. If your pet gets boarded regularly check with the boarding facility - some require this vaccine to be given semi-annually. Lyme Disease - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. Leptospirosis - The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2-4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year. Canine Influenza – A highly contagious respiratory infection of dogs that is caused by an influenza A virus. There have been two different outbreaks in the Chicago area in 2015. If your pet regularly frequents areas where groups of dogs congregate – dog park, day care, grooming/boarding facility – please discuss your dog’s risk of exposure with your veterinarian and if the Canine Influenza vaccine is appropriate for your dog. If your dog gets boarded regularly or is in daycare, please check with the facility – some require this vaccine. The first time your pet gets this vaccine it will be a two part series. After the initial dose they will have to come back in 2 – 4 weeks to get the booster. After the booster is given they will be protected for a whole year.