The Distemper Parvo Vaccine for Dogs

Distemper Parvo Vaccine for Dogs

A key part of being a pet owner is vaccinations. Vaccines prevent your dog from contracting serious diseases and other issues that may otherwise cut their lives short. The Distemper Parvo vaccine for dogs is essential because it contains preventatives for some of these serious illnesses.

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World Rabies Day: The Importance of the Rabies Vaccine for Dogs and Cats

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World Rabies Day takes place each year on September 28. This day is to help raise awareness on the importance of the rabies vaccine for both dogs and cats. Rabies is a fatal disease without treatment. This virus is transmitted through saliva (typically bite wound or scratch) from an infected animal to another animal or human. We will discuss the rabies vaccination and the importance of getting your pet vaccinated.

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Rattlesnake Vaccine for Dogs in Texas

Rattlesnake Vaccine for dogs

According to Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas is home to 15 potentially dangerous snake species, including rattlesnakes and copperheads. Dogs have a natural curiosity and an innate instinct to protect their family. These both can spell danger when snakes are sharing our outdoor spaces. Fortunately, there’s a Rattlesnake Vaccine for dogs available to reduce the impact of a snakebite.

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Canine Influenza Recent Developments in Texas – Get Your Pet Vaccinated at All Pets Veterinary Medical Center Today!

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Recently, there has been reports of Canine Influenza in Texas. This is spread from dog to dog, or by contaminated food bowls and surfaces. All Pets Veterinary Medical Center will discuss the recent developments to help you better understand what Canine Influenza is and how to protect your dog.

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Importance of the DA2PLP Vaccine for Dogs

DA2PLP Vaccine for Dogs


“DA2PLP” is a combination vaccine for your pup that protects against five primary canine diseases: Distemper, Adenovirus-2, Parvovirus, Leptospirosis and Parainfluenza. These diseases can be deadly and do not have cures. Therefore, we recommend regular vaccination to reduce your dog’s risk. We will discuss the importance of DA2PLP Vaccine for dogs.

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Canine Influenza Vaccine and Recent Outbreaks

Dog VaccineIn our article Canine Influenza Virus we discussed the symptoms and types, diagnosis and treatment, and living and management of the virus. This article will discuss the recent outbreaks and what you can do to help prevent the virus from affecting your pet.

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Difference Between Adjuvanted and Non-Adjuvanted Vaccines

catvaccinesCats are a unique species in many ways. One of the more harmful of these is their tendency to develop injection site reactions. Therefore, when given certain types of injections, cats may react at the site of the injection. Adjuvanted vaccines are the type of injection with the most risk for your cat is an adjuvanted vaccine. We will discuss Adjuvanted and Non-Adjuvanted Vaccines.

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Canine Rabies Symptoms

1418535473h5g6wCanine Rabies is a severe, and often fatal, viral polioencephalitis that specifically affects the gray matter of the dog’s brain and its central nervous system (CNS). The primary way the rabies virus is transmitted to dogs in the United States is through a bite from a disease carrier: foxes, raccoons, skunks, and bats. Infectious virus particles are retained in a rabid animal’s salivary glands to better disseminate the virus through their saliva.

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Leptospirosis Treatment and Management for Dogs

14395070826t5feLeptospirosis is a disease that can be transmitted to humans and a small amount of other animals. It is an infection of bacterial spirochetes, which dogs acquire when subspecies of the Leptospira interrogans penetrate the skin and spread through the body by way of the bloodstream. If untreated, the disease can be fatal. In this article, I am going to discuss the the treatment and management options for Leptospirosis in dogs.

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Leptospirosis In Cats

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Leptospirosis is an infection of bacterial spirochetes, which cats acquire when subspecies of the Leptospira interrogans penetrate the skin and spread through the body by way of the bloodstream. Two of of the most commonly seen members of this subspecies are the L. grippotyphosa and L. Pomona bacteria. Spirochetes are spiral or corkscrew-shaped bacteria which infiltrate the system by burrowing into the skin.

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