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I red your article on vaccinating so did I understand it right do you recommend only giving the shots every 3 years. I adopted a rescue 3 months ago and she 8 months to a year. They said they gave her shots. Should I give her shots again this year and then every 3 years after that. I don’t want to make her take more than she needs.
We adopted a brother and sister from the same litter of cats. They were 8 weeks old at the time and had their first initial shots. We finished up the first round of shots and then we had them receive shots at 1 year of age. They are now about 3 1/2 and we have never taken them back for more shots. The vet does have their records but they do not go outside at all and do not come in contact with any other animals. Regardless of local laws or ordinances, is it really necessary for our cats to have vaccinations?
Enter your question here Can these two things be done a day apart on my two year old dog
I have a puppy that I need to vaccinate, I have 2 other dogs that are 4 and 2 that I have vaccinated every year. I have read on the internet that vaccinations can last up to 3 years, I would like to know if that is true? I also live in Canada so I don’t know if the vaccines are the same.
I have a couple of questions for you. Back in November I had asked about brushing my cat’s teeth. Anyway, I am here again and I have been reading up on some of your answers about vaccines and I do keep my two cats indoors.In March of last year, they both got the 4-in-1 shot, the rabies and the feline lukemia shots.Is it safe to assume from what I have been reading, that since my cats are indoors that I only need to give them all those shots once every three years? The breeder I bought them from said they don’t need any more shots ever but I find that hard to believe. What are your thoughts?
Also my next question is about a seemingly playful action one of my cats likes to do. When I get down on my hands and knees and crawl around on the floor, one of the cats likes to jump on my legs or back and then she will kick and bite me. I find this action of hers funny(then of course I start to laugh) and assume that this might be a way for her to play with me. When she does this, she doesn’t bite me hard and also does not extend her claws when she wraps her paws around my leg and starts to kick. Do you think that she is only playing with me? What are your thoughts?
P.S. I love the TV show and watch it every chance I get! Keep up the good work with the animals!
Hi, we just rescued our 3 y.o. Husky this past January and preparing for her first wellness check. My question: What are the benefits financially or differences to a wellness check compared to a mobile vet vs. a clinic vet??
P.S. Love the show over here in the SF bay area!!