Why You Should Keep Your Pet's Vaccinations Against Rabies Up-To-Date

Rabies is fatal. It is a viral disease that is very deadly, affecting humans, cats, dogs, and other mammals. Scratches and bites are the most common vectors of transmission. Exposure to an infected animal’s saliva can also be a transmission route. Once an animal gets infected with rabies, there is no known cure. Death is usually eventual once symptoms of the disease are displayed by the infected animal. However, there is good news, because there are methods of safeguarding your pet and your family from rabies. Keeping rabies vaccinations up-to-date is at the top of that list. The vaccine may be administered yearly, every two years, or perhaps three. The schedule depends on the vaccine type, state laws, and the animal’s health status. If you have suspicions that your pet dog has been bitten, or perhaps you do find actual evidence of being bitten by a wild animal, another dog, or a cat, taking your pet to the vet for a checkup is a good precaution. Your vet Bend, OR could administer a booster shot if they deem it be necessary. A quarantine might also be in order so that your pet can be monitored closely for any infection symptoms. More information here.


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