Pet Vaccinations

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Do you really love your pet animals?
Then make sure that you provide them with their much required pet vaccinations. This will keep them safe and protected all the time. It is indeed a serious thought for concern. An increase in the number of sick animals due to lack of proper vaccination, can result in the outbreak of any number of deadly diseases. The situation can be even more disastrous if these transmit to us humans too.

When to vaccinate
It is found that mother’s milk protects the newly born kittens, puppies, rabbits, etc from harmful infections. This is possible only if the mother animal stays in good health, and has properly received her pet vaccinations. Therefore you can see that animals require their vaccinations starting from a young age itself.

Puppies can get vaccinated usually when they are eight to ten weeks old. On the other hand, the ideal time to give kittens their vaccinations is when they are nine to twelve weeks old. The initial course for the pet vaccinations will be two injections. You should also not forget to give your pet animal the booster dose immediately after twelve months of its first round of vaccination.

It is not just the young ones that require vaccinations. Older animals also should be given proper vaccinations, as their immunity levels go down with age. The best thing to do is to talk to a friendly veterinary doctor. He or she will examine your pet animal and will suggest the right dose and time for the next vaccination.

The vaccinations can be different for different animals. For instance dogs should be given correct vaccinations against diseases like Canine Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Infectious Canine Hepatitis. Similarly if you are having a cat, make sure you are giving proper vaccinations against diseases such as Feline Infectious Enteritis, Feline Herpes Virus, Feline Calcivirus and Feline Luekaemia Virus.

Do you keep rabbits as pets?
Then make sure that you are giving the correct and right dosage of animal vaccinations used against common rabbit diseases, such as Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD).

We have to ensure that our furry buddies are also living healthy and happy lives like us. It is our duty to provide them with the proper shelter, good food and complete health care. Therefore we can see that pet vaccinations are also a crucial part of their wellbeing.

In Caribbean Pets we provide the vaccination services for your pet.

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