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Posted on 11-29-2017
Vaccinating your pet at our animal hospital in Charlotte helps prevent severe diseases that can be extremely hard to treat, contagious to humans and deadly to your pet. Here at Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital of Charlotte, our veterinarian offers core and non-core vaccines for dogs and cats to protect them from harmful diseases.
Core and non-core vaccinations at our animal hospital in Charlotte help prevent dangerous diseases, like rabies, canine influenza, distemper, parvo, and bordetella.
Rabies is a fatal disease in dogs, cats, and humans, and the only way to prevent it is by keeping your pet’s rabies vaccination up-to-date.
Canine influenza is another dangerous disease. In puppies and older dogs, the disease can cause a severe respiratory infection that can lead to pneumonia. A vaccination for canine influenza from our veterinarian in Charlotte NC can lessen the symptoms of the illness if your pet gets exposed to the virus.
Both dogs and cats need distemper vaccinations. In cats, feline distemper causes anemia because the virus attacks the cat’s blood cells. It can also lead to increased viral and bacterial infections. In dogs, canine distemper attacks the central nervous system, the respiratory system, and the intestines. If caught early enough, the disease can be treated. However, it can leave a surviving dog with permanent brain damage.
Our vet, Dr. Trish Johnson, offers core and non-core pet vaccinations in Charlotte NC for dogs and cats. Each vaccination your pet receives helps protect them against dangerous and potentially fatal diseases, like rabies and distemper. If you are unsure as to which vaccinations your pet needs, our vet in Charlotte can help you determine the correct vaccines and shot schedule for your dog or cat.
To schedule your pet’s vaccinations, contact our veterinarian in Charlotte NC at 704-847-4796.
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