Vaccine is a injection of a killed or attenuated (weakened) virus or bacteria in order to stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies to that particular disease,so when that kind of bacteria or virus attacks the pet and those antibodies fight that particular virus or bacteria to prevent the pet from that disease.
Vaccinations are one of the most important ways you can keep your pet healthy and free from disease. However, not every pet requires the same series or frequency of vaccines. At Avon Animal Hospital in surrey, our veterinarians determine a vaccination protocol based on your pet's lifestyle, susceptibility to disease, geographic location, and the most current recommendations from the American Animal Hospital Association and the American Veterinary Medicine Association. For cats, we recommend immunizations against distemper, rhinotracheitis, feline calici virus and Rabies. Our goal to is to maintain optimal health and protection while not over-vaccinating your pet.Our veterinarian is providing these services to dog and cats in Langley, surrey, surrounding area since 2003.
We strongly advise that you not walk your puppy in areas with high dog traffic until after the third Parvovirus vaccine. If you are taking your puppy to classes before this, make sure that all the puppies in the class have their vaccination program underway.