Like humans, pets need vaccines. When acquiring a pet, you should know that vaccinations are an integral part of the basics for raising it and providing it with an appropriate environment. In addition, dogs and cats must be immunized, strengthened and immunized against certain diseases in the first periods of their life, especially for a long and healthy life.
It prevents many pet diseases.
Helps avoid costly treatments for preventable diseases.
Prevents diseases common in wildlife, such as rabies and tuberculosis.
There are basic vaccinations that must be given to dogs and cats at specific intervals determined by the veterinarian, and they are considered vaccinations against diseases that can affect the animal during a period of its life and have a high infection rate and pose a threat to the life of the animal and sometimes humans, and of these vaccinations:
These vaccinations are specific to the extent of the animal's exposure to infection.
This varies by geographic location and the quality of life they live, and of these vaccinations:
The veterinarian determines the time of vaccination and whether a booster dose is necessary or to be repeated depending on the animal's age, quality of life and medical history.
Puppies and kittens: they have a series of vaccinations from the age of 6-8 weeks with a gap of 3-4 weeks between each dose, provided that the last vaccination is done at the age of 16 weeks.
Dogs and cats: Some dogs and cats have an annual vaccination and others do it every 3 years.
Dog vaccines and their prices and cat vaccines and their prices depend on the type of vaccination and the age of the animal.
It is common for pets to experience some or all of the following mild side effects after receiving the vaccine, and they usually begin within hours of vaccination. If these side effects persist for more than a day or two, or cause your pet significant discomfort, it is important to contact your veterinarian. Seek immediate veterinary care if any of these signs appear: persistent vomiting or diarrhea itching of skin that may appear bumpy (“hives”) swelling of the face, neck or eyes severe coughing or difficulty in breathing skin.
It is very important to get your pet vaccinated against all the diseases and Keep track of the vaccination shots. Manage all the vaccines at one place with the dates and be able to check back for the data with this free vaccines record app. Downloading the app is going to be the most efficient way to stay in touch with all the relevant information that can provide you with a healthy, risk-free life. With literally a single touch!