Feline Infectious Enteritis (FIE) also known as Feline Parvovirus or Feline Panleukopenia, is a serious viral disease of cats it is highly contagious and can spread rapidly.
Feline respiratory diseases (Cat Flu) this is a feline respiratory disease complex and is almost always caused by one or two viruses. The viruses can infect cats of all ages and the disease is very easily spread from cat to cat through coughing or sneezing.
Feline Luekaemia Virus (FelV) can cause significant disease in cats, and can be trasmitted by infected cats years after they were initially infected. Approximately one third of cats remain infected until they die years later, these cats can transmit the disease.
Vaccination Guidelines: For maximum protection by vaccination it is recommended that you discuss the vaccination programme with your veterinarian.
All cats should be annually vaccinated - discuss with your veterinarian if your cat's vaccination is due or overdue.
Vaccinations - Cats
Why Vaccinate Your Dog?
Core Dog Vaccines: These vaccines are recommended for all animals to protect them against severe and life threatening diseases.
Canine Distemper Virus thanks to highly effective vaccines, Canine distemper is no longer as common anymore as it used to be. Canine Distemper is a viral infection that affects the spinal cord, respiratory tract and the brain. 50% of diagnosed animals will die from the virus. Canine Distemper is airborne and transmitted by the infected dog or wild animal through sneezing or coughing.
Canine Parvovirus is one of the hardiest viruses. It can survive in the environment for 12 months or more and can only be killed with hospital grade disinfectant. The virus is highly contagious and is usually passed on through contact with contaminated faeces or soil.
Canine Advenovirus (hepatitis) caused by the canine adenovirus, infectious hepatitis is highly contagious. The primary mode of any infected dog spreading the virus is via direct contact with another dog through bodily fluids incl. nasal discharge and urine.
Core Vaccines - The combination of these 3 vaccines is commonly known as C3 Vaccination.
Non-Core Dog Vaccines - Animals whole local environment or lifestyle might expose them to the risk of other infectious diseases may require further vaccinations.
This should always be discussed with your local veterinarian.
PUPPY/DOG VACCINATION SCHEDULE
6-8 Weeks - C3
12 Weeks - C5
16 Weeks - C3 Booster
15 Months - 1st Annual Dog Vaccination
Vaccinations - Dogs
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