Category: Vaccinations

Kennel Cough Vaccine – update

That’s it for another year, kennel cough vaccines completed

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Kennel Cough

Typically each bout of coughing ends in a choke. In young, fit active, dogs this would normally clear up quickly with antibiotics and cough remedy.

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Why Vaccinate your Dog?

Regular vaccinations can prevent some of these diseases. Newborn puppies, feeding from their mothers, will receive some temporary immunity from her but after a few weeks this immunity tends to diminish. This is when vaccination becomes essential.

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Cynders and Magic settling in

They are now back to normal. They do their toilet the majority of the time on the puppy mats or outside.

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Puppies’ Second Vaccination

Cyda’s remaining 2 puppies went to see Uncle Andrew at the vets yesterday for their second vaccinations.  They slept pretty much for the rest of the day!     Spirit went with them too, just to keep an eye on things (and for her booster). …  Anne

Cavalier Puppies – First Vac

Cyda’s puppies went to visit Uncle Andrew at Donaldsons Vets for their first vaccinations this morning. One was a bit of a whimp, but there’s always one!

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Vaccination – the view of an holistic vet

Rescued puppy

Many pet owners who are interested in holistic medicine or who are concerned about using drugs and chemicals on their pets are reluctant to have their pets vaccinated. In theory if a pet has the correct diet and lifestyle it will be naturally resistant to disease
and therefore need not be vaccinated. However, theories do not always work in practice.

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Why We Should All Vaccinate Our Pets.

Cyda's puppies - 3 days old

Why Vaccinate? Un-vaccinated dogs and young puppies are at risk from a number of diseases which can result in permanent health damage and even death. Regular vaccinations can prevent some of these diseases.  Newborn puppies, feeding from their mothers, will receive some temporary immunity from her but after a few weeks this immunity tends to …

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