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Preventive measures
VACCINATION

Regular vaccination of pets is very important for the prevention of serious, sometimes life threatening infectious diseases. These diseases can affect both young and old animals. Annual vaccination is also an opportunity for us to thoroughly check our patients which enables us to detect potential health problemsearly and often before they start to cause problems.
 


 


 
  DOGS ARE VACCINATED AGAINST:

rabies
     
canine distemper
        hepatits
     
corona
parvovirosis
     
lleptospirosis



legally and proffesionally
     
  cannel cough



Treatment:

Long, uncertain, expensive!!
 

 


 


    Vaccination sheme:

puppies vaccination :
First vaccine 6-8 weeks of age
Second vaccine 10-12 weeks of age

Third vaccine 4-5 months of age


adult dog vaccination
once a year

vaccination against rabies (with a dead vaccine)
1. vaccine - 4 months of age

further vaccination
once a year







 
  CATS ARE VACCINATED AGAINST:

panleukopaenia
     
FIV
     FeLV
     
rabies
cat flu



legally and proffesionally



Treatment:

long, uncertain, expensive!!
 



ENDOPARASITES - treatment against internal parasites (deworming)

We recommend the following treatment regime:
  1. First treatment - 20 days of age
  2. Second treatment - 35-40 days of age
  3. Until the age of 8 months of age treatment should be repeated every 40-60 days
  4. Adult pets should be treated 2- 4 times a year


#importance for human health:
Some of these parasites (for example Echinococ) can be transmitted to humans and to cause serious health problems. These illnesses are prevented by regular deworming of cats and dogs.


ECTOPARASITES - flies, lice and ticks

  


Ecto parasites can cause diseases such as allergies, dermatitis, babesiosis, lyme disease, erlihiosis etc.

Regular treatment for ectoparasites using good quality products obtained from your veterinary surgeon contributes to good health and to good quality of life for your pets. Some of the diseases transmitted by ticks and flies can be life threatening, so prevention is much safer and more efficient then a cure.

# importance for human health
Both flies and lice can affect humans but they do not stay on people permanently. Ticks can transmit some serious diseases to humans. The most important example in our country is Lyme disease. By treating your pet, you are also taking care of your own health.

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    Vaccination scheme:

kitten vaccination
First vaccine 8 weeks of age
Second vaccination 12 weeks of age


adult cat vaccination
once a year

vaccination against rabies (with a dead vaccine)
1. vaccine - 4 months of age

further vaccination
once a year