Vaccinations

Which Vaccinations Are Necessary For Your Dog?

For all the older pet owners, you've probably heard this before but if you are a new pet owner, it is necessary and important to get your pet vaccinated. Vaccinations stave off deadly infections that could lead to pain, suffering, and the eventual death of your canine. If you are in Springboro, OH, visit The Vet in Springboro and let our veterinary experts help you and your pet.

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Canine Distemper Vaccine

Distemper is an incredibly dangerous disease that can attack multiple organs in your dog. The organ systems specifically are the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems. Canine distemper is spread by other pets or wild animals through shared food and water sources and can result in symptoms like vomiting, nasal discharge, and lethargy. 

Distemper is typically fatal and, if not, can lead to permanent nervous system damage that can impair the life of your puppy forever. Make sure you vaccinate your puppies against this disease, so they can build up immunity if they are exposed and are not yet strong enough to handle it. 

Canine Parvovirus Vaccine

Parvovirus is a very contagious virus that can spread through contact with wild animals and humans that can affect your dog's gastrointestinal tract. 

Your dog will be susceptible to vomiting, lethargy, and loss of appetite if they contract this virus. Puppies that are younger than four months old are especially susceptible, so it is crucial you get your dog vaccinated as soon as they are born. 

Rabies Vaccine

Domestic dogs are the most common carrier of the rabies virus. This virus affects the CNS or Central Nervous System of the animal which results in inflammation of that region of the brain. This is why you see such erratic behavior in dogs afflicted with the disease. 

All pets are susceptible to rabies because it can be contracted from stray animals. Rabies can also be passed at a dog park or from chasing a rabbit or squirrel. Rabies once contracted is a fatal virus that cannot be cured. Rabies can also be transferred to humans if bitten or saliva contact with an open wound. Rabies can have a devastating effect on both animals and humans and can lead to death or severe neurological impairment. 

Visit The Vet in Springboro for the Finest in Vet Care

If you have not yet had your pet vaccinated, it is imperative that you do so immediately. While many options exist for curing some diseases, the best medicine is complete prevention. If you are looking for a veterinarian in the Springboro, OH area, visit The Vet in Springboro. Call (937) 748-6363, for the finest in veterinary care and to schedule an appointment today!

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