What is meant by Immunization?
Immunization is the process whereby an animal is made to immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of vaccine.
What is Vaccine?
Vaccine is Dead or week Live Pathogen (Virus, Bacteria) that can produce immunity / resistance to against specific disease. A vaccine contains an agent that is similar to a disease causing microorganism, and is prepared from weakened or killed forms of that microbe. The agent stimulates the body’s immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, end it
What is Vaccination?
Vaccination is the administration of vaccine in the body to produce immunity
Why you should get vaccinated Your Pet?
- Vaccination protect your pet from highly contagious and deadly diseases and improve your pet’s overall quality of life.
- Vaccinations prevent many pet illnesses
- Vaccination prevent diseases that can be passed not only from animal to animal but also from animal to human such as rabies
- If your Pet Dog or cat is Non-vaccinated against rabies than your life is at risk.
- Vaccination can help you to avoid costly treatment and Vet Visits
- Diseases prevalent in wildlife such as Rabies and Distemper can affect Non-vaccinated pets
How vaccine work to protect your pet?
Vaccine contain a small amount of germs (live or dead) or the parts of germs that can cause disease, when your pet receive a vaccine, pet’s body thinks the small amount of the disease germ is the disease itself, and pets immune system starts creating antibodies (proteins that destroy disease germs).The invading microbes first run into the vanguard of this army which include white blood cells called macrophages. Antibody kill that microbe and make special type of memory cell that remember that microbe throughout their life. After one year we vaccinate pet again to build more memory cells.
What are the types of vaccine?
1) Core vaccines
Core vaccines are those vaccines which are recommended for all dogs and cats. They protect against diseases that affect dogs and cats of all life stages and lifestyles. These diseases usually have high rates of infection, pose a threat to the pet’s life and also danger to human health.
2) Non-core vaccine
Are the vaccines which could be considered optional, depending on the animal, animal’s lifestyle and environment
When to vaccinate your pet?
Dog Vaccination Schedule
Puppy’s age Recommended vaccination
5th week Parvovirus
8 – 10 weeks DHPPI + LR / Hexa Dog
11-13 DHPPI + LR / Hexa Dog
14-16 weeks DHPPI + LR / Hexa Dog
Annual Booster after one year
Cat vaccination schedule
6-7 week Biofel PCH / Felovac
9-10 week Biofel PCH / Felovac + Rabies
12 – 13 week Rabies
Don’t let a dog or cat you love go unprotected. No matter how old your pet is, or whether your pet spends most of the time indoors or out, he or she should be vaccinated.
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