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What Are The Most Important Vaccinations For Your Dog Or Cat?

Pets such as dogs and cats suffer

from a variety of health issues in their entire lifetime, and it may cause major discomfort to these tiny creatures. No pet owner can tolerate such conditions for their lovely pet. If you are also looking for methods to avoid all such disease symptoms, it is better to ask doctors for important vaccinations from time to time.

Below we have highlighted some of the most common vaccinations that you may need for your cat or dog:

Canine Distemper:

Distemper is one of the most common disease among dogs, and it may even get transferred from one dog to another. The best way to protect your furry friend from this disease is to give him the distemper vaccine, and it must be applied when the pet reaches 16 weeks age group. Also, some shots are required ahead once in 3-4 weeks for better results. In case if you have an adult dog that has never received such vaccination till now, it is better to help him avail one fast with the boosters that are applied once in three years.

Rabies:

Well, rabies is well proven as the most dangerous and fatal disease because it has a direct impact on the overall health of the central nervous system. Pets such as dogs and cats are under the common risk of rabies virus. Hence, it is important to apply vaccinations on time. Generally, there are two types of vaccinations that can be applied for dealing with rabies symptoms; you can choose out of one-year vaccination or 3-year vaccination. All cats and dogs must have this vaccination; note that, it needs two doses that are applied with a gap of 12 months in between.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Canine Hepatitis:

Dogs can also suffer from canine hepatitis when they come in contact with infected feces, saliva, and urine. If this condition is not treated on time, it can further lead to liver failure, eye damage or breathing issues as well. Hence, it is recommended to get your dog vaccinated on time with the help of vets. This vaccination can be applied before the age group of 16 weeks to your tiny pet and then booster shots are applied in a gap of 3 to 4 weeks.

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