Vaccinations and vaccination schedule vary depending on the animal species, age, area of residence and the animals' lifestyle – meaning that different animals may have different vaccination plans.
Vaccination should be started between the 6th and 8th week of life and requires 2 to 3 initial doses. However, to ensure the safety of your pet throughout its life, it is necessary to carry out vaccine boosters with some regularity.
In dogs, following an adequate vaccination plan can prevent diseases such as distemper, parvovirus, infectious canine hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and rabies. Additionally, vaccination against Leishmaniasis is also one of the best preventive measures in dogs.
Vaccination of your dog against rabies and the placement of a microchip is mandatory by law, and must be carried out until 4 months of age.
In cats, vaccines can prevent agents and diseases such as panleucopenia, infectious rhinotracheitis, herpesvirus and feline leukemia (FeLV).
To help you maintain your best friend's well-being and health by having vaccinations and deworming up to date, ResteloVet sends you a notice with the necessary advance. It must be accompanied by the Health Bulletin.