Reactions in pets following vaccinations are extremely rare

Our qualified veterinary surgeon at the Community Pet Clinic inside Jollyes, Portsmouth, will provide full support to you following your pet vaccination every Wednesday from 1 pm to 7 pm.

Vaccination reactions are rare, they usually occur within minutes of the vaccination, we would recommend that if you could wait for 10-15 minutes after the vaccination this would give a good idea on whether a reaction may occur.

If you have any concerns regarding your pet after the vaccination process please do not hesitate to call us and we will transfer the call to our vet in store.

Tel: 02392 261441

Or you could bring your beloved pet straight back to the vacination clinic (between 1pm to 6pm on Wednesday)

During times when the Community Pet Clinic is closed, should you have any concerns relating to your pet up to 24 hours after the vaccination process please call the CPC adverse reaction helpline on 0333 332 1867. You will also find this number on the back of your vaccination certificate.

Whilst it is unlikely that you will require this service we would like to give you the peace of mind that you have aftercare support available to you following your pet’s vaccination. A team of qualified veterinary nurses will help you to determine if your pet is having an adverse reaction to the vaccine and they will point you to the nearest veterinary practice during this 24-hour period.

Between 6pm and 8pm on the day of the treatment: 

The Vet Southampton, Brookside Centre, Auckland Rd, Southampton SO15 0SD

Phone: 023 8001 9133

Between 8pm and 8am:

Vets Now Emergency Ltd, 251 London Road, North End, Portsmouth, PO2 9HA

Tel: 02392 178 098

After 8am on the day following vaccination:

The Vet Southampton, Brookside Centre, Auckland Rd, Southampton SO15 0SD

Phone: 023 8001 9133

For all non-vaccinated pet care, we recommend you register your pet with a local veterinary surgery.