Vaccinations are given to your pet to prevent certain diseases and illness
These days we have more opportunity than ever before to make sure our pets lead a healthy life. Vaccinating your pet will prevent and control the spread of several serious diseases, unfortunately, many pets are still not vaccinated, leaving others exposed and vulnerable to infection and serious illness.
Protecting your pet helps protect everyone else’s pet, as the more animals that are immune to diseases, the more difficult it is for them to spread.
Prevention is better than cure.
Diseases can be spread by physical contact, such as bodily fluids, may be picked up from the environment or from contaminated water. They can also be airborne and pass from one animal or person to another.
The procedure usually involves an initial course of injections and then a booster at regular intervals throughout your pet’s life. As with people there can be some side effects but these are usually mild and short lived. Serious or allergic reactions are rare.
Speak to your vet to find out which course is best for you and your pet.
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