Ledbury Dog Vaccinations
A respiratory infection in dogs that results in a dry, hacking cough. Like to human colds, there are numerous pathogens that can cause kennel cough (viruses and bacteria). A rising temperature and decreased appetite are the only major side effects.
Canine herpesvirus (CHV) is a dangerous and frequently fatal viral disease that affects puppies and senior dogs' reproductive health.
An illness spread by a sandfly, an insect that is not found in the UK, and caused by a protozoan parasite that is found in dogs. Foreign travel puts dogs at greater risk.
A relatively uncommon but seriously dangerous brain and nerve infection in the UK. Regrettably, there is no cure for rabies, therefore it is fatal if it is contracted.
Canine Infectious Hepatitis
A communicable virus that targets the liver and other important organs. varies from a slight temperature to death.
A viral illness that harms the spinal cord, brain, respiratory, and gastrointestinal systems. a deadly illness that is severe.
A bacterial illness that enters the body through the bloodstream once an animal has it. usually contracted by ingesting, swimming in, or touching contaminated water.
A very contagious virus that can be contracted directly from an infected dog or indirectly via contaminated objects. a condition that could be fatal.
When Should My Dog Have Their Vaccinations?
Parvovirus, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, and Distemper are all puppy vaccinations that can start from 6-8 weeks old.
At 12 weeks, we often administer the second dose of leptospirosis, distemper, hepatitis, and parvovirus vaccinations. To allow your puppy to socialise with people sooner, you could choose to provide the second dose of the distemper, hepatitis, and parvovirus vaccines at 10 weeks old. Four weeks after the initial vaccine against Leptospirosis, the last shot is administered. The sooner your puppy has his or her shots, the sooner he or she can start socialising with other dogs. An annual booster for adult dogs is advised.
Pet Health For Life Plan
At Leadon Vale Veterinary Centre, we offer affordable ways to receive the best health care for your dog. Our pet health for life plan, is a cost effective approach to your dog's vaccinations in Ledbury.
Ledbury Dog Vaccinations
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Ledbury Veterinary Practice
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