How much are puppies 1st injections?

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Adult dogs and cats

The health check for dogs and cats should be done every 12 months. It is said that pets age 7 years to our everyone so a health check every year is essential.

A written report of your pet’s health check will be provided by Valley Farm vet’s.

We will check our system for you if you don’t know if your pet’s vaccinations are up to date.

Just like babies, puppies and kittens need vaccinations. Many puppies and kittens don’t get any other vaccinations during their life. Many pets don’t get sick with any of the vaccine preventable diseases, but for others they get sick and even die if they contract one of the vaccine preventable diseases.

The diseases we vaccinate dogs against:

The Parvo virus collapsed. Can be fatal.

Seizures, distemper, and ocular discharge are some of the symptoms. POOR PROGNOSIS EUTHANASIA OFTEN RECOMMENDED.

Loss of appetite is caused by hepatitis.

The canine parainfluenza virus can cause cough and pneumonia.

There is a canine adenoviruses type 2. The corona virus causes a cough, high temperature, and pneumonia.

The Bordetella bronchoseptica has a high temperature.

Jaundice, high temp, vomiting, and bleeding are some of the symptoms of leptinspirosis. It can be fatal if it ends on rain.

There is a change of temperament, muscle weakness, and difficulty in swallowing. There is a chance that fat can be transferred to humans.

Cat disease which we vaccinate against:

The feline calici virus is high in temperature.

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Feline rhinotracheitis is caused by sneezing and high temperature.

The feline panleucopaenia virus can cause vomiting in young kittens.

There is a change of temperament, muscle weakness, and difficulty in swallowing. There is a chance that fat can be transferred to humans.

Bordetella bronchoseptica has a high temperature and sneezing.

Sneezing is a symptom of chlamydia psittaci.

There are diseases associated with the feline leukaemia virus.

Puppies and Kittens

There is no immunity to diseases when a kitten or puppy is born. Maternal immunity can be seen in the first milk. The baby needs to suckle within the first 12 hours to get this benefit. The antibodies only last for six weeks so need to be replaced.

We give the first puppy vaccine at 6 weeks of age. The first vaccineprimes the body to recognize the vaccine as a pathogen and the body’s immune system then makes antibodies against the disease. The body takes about 3 to 4 weeks to make the antibodies. Puppies and kittens should not be re- homed until they are 8 weeks old, so the first vaccine is fully effective before they go out in to the big world.

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