Vaccinating dogs is an important part of keeping them healthy, preventing diseases that can be fatal in some cases. If your dog is a suitable candidate for vaccination and your vet advises you that it's the best option, you should try your best to keep up with the recommended schedule. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to keep on top of regular vaccination top-ups. You may miss the right date when you're busy and forget to schedule an appointment afterwards.
The unfortunate reality about dogs, cats and other domesticated pets is that there tends to be an abundance of them. This large population typically means that there is a considerable number of pets that do not have loving homes, which leads to strays in the street and overpopulated animal shelters. Therefore, spaying or neutering of animals is essential to ensure that you are not contributing to the rise in homeless pets.
When you have a dog or a cat, they become a treasured part of the family, and you don't want to leave them at any cost. This is true even if you move or travel abroad. Hi, my name is Katie, and I traveled with my dog for nearly 10 years before his passing one year ago. I loved every moment we had together, but I also learned a lot of important things about the type of veterinary care travelling animals need. If you want to learn about veterinary care or tips for travelling animals or just in general, I invite you to explore my blog.