There are several vaccines to be used in dogs and cats and the frequency and number of vaccines depends in the first instance, the age of the dog or cat.
Puppies should receive, usually 3 doses of vaccine with an interval 21-30 days between them. As children early in life or even in the early years are given various doses of vaccines in health care, the puppies and cats should also receive this more intensive care in their first 4 months of life.
Typically, vaccines started with 45 to 60 days of age and finished this first round with 4-5 months old. This is true for dogs as for cats.
Vaccines to be applied, will depend on whether it is a cat or dog and where you live. Animal apartments are less exposed to diseases and house animals or even in some regions of Brazil are exposed to other diseases. Who will decide which vaccines he should receive is the veterinarian.
The adults animals should receive one dose of vaccine per year (usually 3 to 4 vaccines)
The main vaccines are the following:
– Polyvalent vaccine (V10 or V8)
– Canine Influenza Vaccine (Bordetella)
– rabies vaccine
– Vaccine Giardia
– Vaccine against Leishmaniasis
– Vaccine Leptopirose.
– polyvalent vaccine (DTP or quadruple)
– Antirage vaccine
– Leukemia Vaccine
The Veterinary Hospital Pet Care has a team of veterinary doctors who will indicate the best form of prevention for your pet, be it adult or puppy.