The need for vaccination of pets


Just like people, cats and dogs can get sick. The modern world is rich in all sorts of flora and fauna, which may not always be useful. Various microorganisms and viruses cause diseases, therefore, in order to prevent dangerous diseases, animals must be vaccinated.

Types of vaccinations:


They often come into contact with the environment and street animals. If a dog is not vaccinated, the risk of contracting any disease increases significantly. There are certain diseases against which animals are vaccinated.

These include:
- plague;
- parvovirus infection;
- canine parainfluenza;
- adenoviral infection;
- canine leptospirosis;
- rabies.

The last two diseases include the concept of zooanthroponosis in dogs. This implies the fact that the disease is common to animals and humans. Therefore, an unvaccinated pet can become infected with this disease and then infect its owner.


There are many infectious diseases that can be transmitted through the secretions of an infected dog. Any four-legged pet can become infected if it is near a sick animal or simply runs near it. Even if it gets on shoes, the infection can end up in the house and lead to infection of its residents.

Unfortunately, not every disease can be cured. It is not always possible to save an infected small puppy, since they usually suffer more severe diseases than adult dogs. If we talk about rabies, then it cannot be treated at all. And no matter how sad it is to mention it, infection with rabies means dooming an animal to death.


Although they usually stay indoors and don't go outside for most of their lives, they also need to be vaccinated. In addition, as mentioned earlier, any infection can end up in the house along with the owner’s shoes.

The vaccination base for cats includes:
- viral herpes;
- calicivirus infectious disease;
- panleukopenia;
- rabies.

There are also vaccinations for cats, the composition of which allows vaccination against chlamydia.

Treating cats for all these diseases is no less difficult than dogs. Diseases tend to become chronic and appear again after a certain period of time. Pets are difficult to tolerate infectious diseases, and the treatment process is very long. It is also worth noting that such treatment is very expensive from a financial point of view.



Cats and dogs are vaccinated according to a special scheme:

- the first vaccine is administered at 2 months;
- revaccination (administration of the second vaccine) is performed 3–4 weeks after the first;
- the third vaccine is given one year after the first;
- further vaccination is done annually.

The rabies vaccine is administered to cats and dogs at 3 months of age. If for some reason the pet has not been vaccinated for more than two years, then the vaccine is administered twice with a break of 3-4 weeks. This is necessary in order to strengthen immunity.

Remember that you can only vaccinate your pet when it is completely healthy. If not, then you need to wait until your pet recovers.

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