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Looking for c3 vaccinations? Ensure that your new pooch receives a good start to their life through a full set of c3 vaccinations.

Getting a new dog is exciting and for the most part, they seem to only need love, affection and food. It would be great if this were enough to keep them free from disease and sickness. Tragically it isn’t. 

Cat vaccinations are essential for protecting your best friend’s health from dangerous, potentially fatal yet preventable diseases.

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Why Do You Need C3 Vaccinations?

A puppy isn’t naturally safe from ailments and diseases without the help of vaccinations. They do have some antibody security that they got through the mother’s blood using the placenta, yet this is generally just 10%. The other 90% is through the primary milk they take in from their mother.

It is quite likely that high levels of antibodies will block the effectiveness of a vaccine and vets, therefore, recommend multiple rounds of vaccinations. It is recommended that puppies are vaccinated for the first time at around 6 weeks of age. However, the first Rabies vaccination can only be given when the puppy is 3 months of age.

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All You Need To Know About C3 Vaccinations

Vaccines can protect your dog from contracting a variety of life threatening diseases, some of which can be fatal. They are often administered by your veterinarian during a routine wellness visit.

It is always highly recommended for pet owners to fully vaccinate their young dogs and adult dogs against infectious diseases. Vaccines reduce the risk of contracting diseases by enabling the immune system to create a defence against diseases. A vaccine has disease antigens that mildly stimulate the immune system without infecting the dog. The immune system then creates antibodies to fight off the real disease if your dog is ever exposed to it.

Going to the vet repeatedly over several months for vaccinations, and then for booster vaccinations or titers throughout your dog’s life, may seem like an inconvenience, but the diseases that vaccinations will shield our pets from are dangerous but thankfully, mostly preventable.

Although having your pet vaccinated every twelve months was standard practice in Australia, recent studies have shown that some vaccines have been effective for over a year.

The waiting time between the individual vaccinations will depend on the age of your pet. If your pet is a puppy or kitten, they will normally be vaccinated three times in a six-month span, and after that, it may be top-ups annually or even triennially. In most cases, whether the circumstances of the animal and the environment warrant it, key vaccines are given every three years, or sometimes longer.

Since each animal should be handled as a unique being, it is a good idea to take your pet to a Vet and have a vaccine schedule recommended to cater for the particular requirements of your pet. Good contact with your Vet and annual visits are also important for the wellbeing of your pet.

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Diseases Prevented By Vaccinations

All dogs should receive a vaccination that protects against highly contagious diseases. C3  Vaccination cover diseases such as Parvovirus, Distemper, and Canine Infectious Hepatitis. A C5 vaccination covers those in a C3 vaccination plus additional cover for the parainfluenza virus Bordetella.

According to the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), core vaccinations are those that any dog or cat must obtain, regardless of their age, climate, habit, breed or situation. Non-core vaccinations are the ones needed depending on the animal’s background of living. These include geographic place, lifestyle and climate.

Canine Distemper: This is a highly contagious viral disease that affects a dog’s respiratory tract (lungs), gastrointestinal tract (gut) and nervous system (brain). It can be airborne or spread through contact with an infected animal.

Infectious canine hepatitis (canine adenovirus): This is a viral disease spread by contact with infected animals, their stools, urine or saliva. It affects the liver, kidneys and cells lining the blood vessels.

Canine Parvovirus (also known as Cat Flu): This is a very common viral disease that is deadly and usually strikes young puppies. It spreads by infected dogs’ blood, stools or vomit.

Canine Parainfluenza: This is another infectious viral disease that can be one of the causes of Bordetella Bronchiseptica or “kennel cough”. This canine cough affects the respiratory tract and spreads quickly among dogs close to one another.

Rabies: This viral infection affects the central nervous system and can result in paralysis or death. It is important to note that rabies is fatal in animals which is why this vaccination is so crucial for your puppy’s health. However, sometimes, there is a need for further proof that a vaccination has been administered. Thus, a titre test is performed to test if your pet has been immunised against rabies.

The Importance Of C3 Vaccinations

We all love our pets! They are our companions, faithful friends and protectors. We want to see them happy and adventurous. We feed them, walk them and take care of them to ensure they have everything they need to grow and flourish. 

One of our key duties as responsible pet owners is to look out for the welfare of our animals. The last thing we’d want is our pets falling ill with a preventable disease. Vaccinations play an important role here in the prevention of harmful and dangerous illnesses.

If you are a pet owner, keeping up-to-date with vaccines is vital to ensuring the protection of your companion (as well as that of your family), as certain animal diseases can be transmitted to humans.

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Get Your C3 Vaccination Today

If you have kittens or puppies, at around six to eight weeks old, the first round of vaccinations (usually two or three vaccines) is provided. However, you can not administer the final vaccine until your pet reaches sixteen weeks. This is because mom’s breast milk antibodies will interfere with the vaccinations.

Also a title test can be done to determine whether your adult dog or cat needs a vaccine. This is an inexpensive test that will determine the amount of antibodies that are present in your pet’s system, revealing whether an immunity booster is needed. More information about the title tests can be given by your Vet.

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