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Vaccines are an effective way to protect your pet against harmful diseases.
When your pet is vaccinated, they are introduced to a safe dose of a particular virus which teaches their body how to fight off exposure to the virus in the future. All dogs must be vaccinated against Rabies, Canine Distemper, Canine Parvovirus, and Canine Hepatitis. These diseases spread easily and have the potential to cause death. Your loyal companion may need other vaccines, and our team will consider your pet's risk factors before recommending additional vaccines. To learn which vaccines your pet needs, please reach out to us at 416-966-1830.
Puppies should start their first round of vaccines when they are 6 to 12 weeks old. The puppy series continues until they are 3 or 4-months-old. As an adult, your pet will need boosters every 1 to 3 years. Their initial vaccines offer immunity for a period of time, and our team will recommend boosters when needed.
The following are diseases your pet is protected from when fully vaccinated:
Yes. Each patient may react differently to the vaccine, so we tell pet owners what possible side effects to look out for. Some pets may lose their appetite, become fatigued, and have a fever, diarrhea, and a lump at the injection site. These reactions are normal and usually subside within 48 hours.
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