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How do you get your Pet Vaccinated?
The thing is, when we know that you’re bringing in your pet for vaccination, we’ll do the required research before your arrival. It’ll entail knowing the medical history and current status of your cat or dog. This helps us to identify the vaccines that your buddy needs.
How do you schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians? It’s simple. Call us and let us know that you’ll visit us with your pet for vaccines. No matter how busy we are, we’ll undoubtedly create time for you and your furry pal.
Vaccinations for Puppies and Kittens
The vaccines doses that your mature dog or cat requires are different from those that puppies and kittens need. The immune systems of younger pets are yet to develop, meaning that they are more susceptible to certain infections. Therefore, they need more vaccines to protect them against the latter.
Don’t forget that puppies and kittens still have maternal antibodies that could affect how a particular vaccine works. Even though the antibodies’ effects diminish over time, it’s different for each pet. Therefore, talk to our veterinarian about how and when to vaccinate your puppy or kitten and ensure that it works as planned.
Most pet owners are concerned about any side effects of vaccines. As with all types of medications, vaccinations for cats and dogs have their risks, but most of them are manageable and short-lived. For instance, your pet might feel dizzy, tired, or experience mild fevers after being vaccinated. These side effects are bound to disappear after a while, but if you’re worried about anything, kindly contact us.
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