We recently wrote about the core pet vaccinations necessary to ensure the best dog and cat health. The American Association of Feline Practitioners and American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Task Force have each published recommendations for veterinarians and pet owners. Unfortunately, many people still fail to have their furry family members vaccinated–and could be risking their lives as a result. For some, vaccination cost may be a deterrent. For others, it may be fear of potential side effects. If you're uncertain about vaccinating your pet–for whatever reason–consider the following.
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A trip to the veterinarian is rarely a fun experience for pet or owner, yet skipping routine exams and vaccinations can cause more harm than good. Whether your cats and dogs live primarily indoors or spend time socializing with other animals outside your home, core cat and dog vaccinations are essential to protect your pet from diseases that are particularly severe, especially common or transmissible to humans.
Whether you have a kitten that weighs just a pound or a pooch who weighs in at 100, some key pet vaccines will keep your pets their happiest and healthiest.