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Vaccination Guide

Your Pets Health – The Importance of Preventing Infectious Disease

Feline

  • Panleukopenia (Feline Distemper) – A virus causing fever, sever dehydration, diarrhea, and vomiting.
  • Rhinotracheitis – A virus causing upper respiratory tract infections, and is easily transmitted from one cat to another.  Like the common cold for humans.
  • Calicivirus –  A virus causing upper respiratory tract infections, fever, ulcers, and blisters on the tongue.
  • Chlamydophila (Pneumonitis) – A bacteria that infects the eyes, causing conjunctivitis.  Highly contagious.
  • Feline Leukemia – A virus causing leukemia or secondary infections due to the break down of the immune system.
  • Feline Bordetella – A bacteria causing upper respiratory infections.
  • Rabies – A virus that affects the central nervous system. Vaccination provides a greater resistance to the virus if exposure occurs.

 

Canine

  • Distemper –  This virus causes lethargy, cough, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, and attacks the nervous system.  Highly contagious and often-fatal.
  • Infectious Hepatitis (CAV-1,CAV-2, Canine Adenovirus Type1 and Type2) – This virus causes cough, fever, vomiting, listlessness, and diarrhea.  Transmitted through secretions and infected urine or feces.
  • Parvovirus – This virus causes similar symptoms to the hepatitis virus, usually becoming most sever in young puppies.  Very contagious, highly resistant and potentially fatal.
  • Coronavirus – This virus affects the intestinal tract.  Symptoms may not be apparent.  Some signs may include diarrhea, anorexia, and depression. Highly contagious.
  • Bordetella Bronchiseptica – This bacteria causes coughing and sneezing cold like symptoms affecting the respiratory tract.  Highly contagious, airborne.
  • Lyme Disease – This bacteria is carried and transmitted by ticks.  It can cause arthritis and health issues in dogs.
  • Canine Influenza – This virus is similar to Bordetella but more like a Flu.  It can develop into pneumonia possibly damage the lungs. Contagious, airborne.
  • Leptospirosis – This is a bacteria affects the kidneys and liver.  Spreads through contaminated water or puddles where infected animals have urinated in.
  • Rabies – A virus that affects the central nervous system.  Vaccination provides a greater resistance to the virus if exposure occurs.