When a vaccine is given to a pet there is always a risk of unwanted side-effects.
And in sensitive dogs and cats, these can be serious or life-threatening.
For more on this subject, see this blog.
The following steps can help to ensure that this procedure is as safe as it can be for your dog or cat:
- If your dog is an adult, has been fully vaccinated previously, and is due a booster for Distemper, Infectious Canine Hepatitis or Parvovirus, have a Vaccicheck test done first. If this confirms immunity to these viruses is already present, there is no need to give a vaccine.
- When inoculation is necessary, add Immunity to the diet as far in advance of the injection as possible. This helps the immune system respond in a healthy manner. Immunity can be continued indefinitely to help the body cope successfully with exposure to pathogenic microbes, and to support strong, natural defences.
- 48 hours before the vaccine is given, start giving 2-3 drops of VET Visit plus Injections 3 times daily, Continue for 3 weeks afterwards. Repeat after an interval of 3 weeks.
- Two weeks after the second course of VET Visit plus Injections give Detoxification Support for 2 weeks to aid the elimination of any vaccine related residues from the body. After this give the remedy for the first 7 days in each month as part of a natural worm control regime.