• Which Vaccines Should I Give My Cat or Dog?

  • Which Vaccines Should I Give My Cat or Dog?
  • By: Dr. Clayton Greenway, B.Sc., DVM | Nov 1, 2016

  • Dr. Clayton Greenway discusses vaccination in cats and dogs and provides information and advice to help empower you when deciding on which vaccines are best for your pet. Topics covered in this video include the annual vaccination, vaccine guidelines, control of disease, booster shots, antibodies, titer testing, protective immunity, blood tests, rabies, distemper, parvovirus, DAPP, FVRCP, panleukopenia, calicivirus, bordetella bronchiseptica, leptospirosis, kennel cough, antibody studies, exposure to disease, risk of exposure, lifestyle and environmental factors, boarding, groomers and vaccine reactions.

    Below we have a vaccination schedule for dogs and cats with a brief outline of each disease you can vaccinate against, why you would, the pros and cons of doing so, and details that will help you make the best decision about your pet’s vaccination program.

    For the vaccination resource for dogs click here.

    For the vaccination resource for cats click here.

     

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    Which Vaccines Should I Give My Cat or Dog?
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    Which Vaccines Should I Give My Cat or Dog?
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    Dr. Greenway discusses vaccination in cats and dogs and provides information to help empower you when deciding on which vaccines are best for your pet.

    Disclaimer: healthcareforpets.com and its team of veterinarians and clinicians do not endorse any products, services, or recommended advice. All advice presented by our veterinarians, clinicians, tools, resources, etc is not meant to replace a regular physical exam and consultation with your primary veterinarian or other clinicians. We always encourage you to seek medical advice from your regular veterinarian.

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