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VACCINES
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Common Infectious Diseases
Infectious diseases are those diseases that horses can get from each other, or via a vector, such as a mosquito, which may transmit the disease from horse to horse. Horse owners can vaccinate their horses against many of these diseases.
Equine Encephalomyelitis, About
Equine Encephalomyelitis is a disease that affects the nervous system. This disease is caused by at least three different types of equine encephalomyelitis viruses (Eastern, Western, and Venezuelan), which are carried by mosquitoes.
Equine Influenza, About
Equine influenza is a highly contagious viral respiratory disease. Equine influenza is caused by a virus similar to although not the same as, the type of virus that causes human flu. There are two subtypes of the influenza A virus that affect horses.
Internet Pet Pharmacies: Get the Facts
Get the facts about the online presence of pet pharmacies and what to look for when searching one out.
Tetanus (Lockjaw): Why Vaccinate?
Tetanus can be fatal to horses, but a yearly vaccine can prevent it, and the vaccine is a good idea because small cuts can go unnoticed and become infected.
Vaccinate Your Dog at Home
Vaccinations given at home are easy, convenient, and less stressful on your dog. Buying the vaccines and administering the shots at home also allows you to save money and time.
Vaccination Schedule for Dogs
Puppies need to be vaccinated at 5, 6, 9, 12, and then 15 weeks of age to prevent and protect them from potential diseases they may be exposed to. For the majority of puppies and dogs, Drs. Foster & Smith recommend the following:
Vaccination Schedule for Horses
Vaccinate your horse against all diseases he may be exposed to, including at home or if you travel with your horse. This chart is a guideline of the vaccines suggested for some general ages and classes of horses.
Why Vaccinate at Home?
Looking to vaccinate your cat at home? Our veterinarians have compiled the tips and guidance you need to make home vaccination easy.

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Vaccination Schedule for Cats
Do you know which vaccinations your cat or kitten needs? Use this chart to determine what vaccines your kitty needs.

 

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