Pet Vaccinations Crossville Tn

Promoting Disease Prevention with Cat and Dog Vaccinations in Crossville, TN

At Best Friends Veterinary Hospital, we believe prevention is the best medicine. That’s why we provide pet vaccinations to try and prevent serious illnesses or diseases from affecting your pet’s daily life. We can recommend and administer the appropriate cat or dog vaccinations according to your pet’s specific needs and help them live a happier and healthier life with you!

Make sure your pet is up to date and schedule their next vaccine appointment today!

Why It’s Important to Vaccinate Your Dog or Cat

There are several key reasons to vaccinate your pet. Cat and dog vaccines protect individual pets by granting them a higher level of immunity to various illnesses. Additionally, vaccinations provide vital protection for not only your dog or cat, but you and your human family, as well. Certain diseases can be passed from pets to people, such as rabies and Lyme disease. When your pet is vaccinated, they have a higher immunity to these diseases, and this can help to prevent the spread of these same diseases to other pets and people.

Furthermore, it is much more cost effective to have your pet vaccinated and protected, rather than having them get sick and require expensive treatment to help them get well again. Vaccines can save your pet from debilitating illness and prevent exorbitant treatment costs.

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Vaccines We Offer in Crossville, TN

We carry high-quality vaccines specific to the needs of dogs and cats. There are vaccines we recommend for all pets, known as “core” vaccines, and some “non-core” vaccines we recommend based on each pet’s lifestyle.

Below are the dog and cat vaccines we offer:


  • Rabies
  • Distemper
  • Leptospirosis
  • Bordetella (non-core)
  • Canine Flu (non-core)
  • Lyme (non-core)


  • Rabies
  • Feline Leukemia
  • Feline Distemper (non-core)

Our Vaccine Requirements for Pets

We require all canine patients to have a rabies vaccine on file before any procedures, technician appointments, nail trims, or anal gland expressions. Please ensure your pet is properly vaccinated before making an appointment with us.

The team at Best Friends Veterinary Hospital knows how important your pet is to you, and we want to provide them with the best possible care. If you have any questions about vaccinating your pet, our team is here to help. Call (931) 459-2006 to speak with us and schedule a vaccine appointment.