Information and advice for dog and cat owners on vaccines and vaccination.
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Information covered includes:
- why you should vaccinate your pet
- what a vaccine is and how it works
- how you know that vaccines are safe
- who can supply vaccines
- side effects, adverse events and the reported concerns from over vaccinating
- what you should do if you think your pet has had an adverse reaction to a vaccine
- travelling abroad with your pet
- why vets vaccinate pups and kittens at different ages
- how often your pet should be vaccinated
- why all dogs and cats get the same vaccine dose, whatever their size, or breed
- what is meant by the onset of immunity and duration of immunity
- what maternally derived antibodies are
- what vaccines are available