Getting your pet vaccinated
Having your pet vaccinated is one of the most worthwhile things you can do for your pet. Vaccinations provide some reassurance that they won't pick up anything nasty when they are out and about roaming the street or out for their daily walk.
Some people fail to vaccinate their dogs and cats, this results in them becoming poorly and can prove costly when it comes to vet bills later in life. Although it is entirely the owner's decision to vaccinate their pets, it is advisable. Many pet owners will deliberate about whether or not to get their pet vaccinated. They will weigh up the pros and cons of having it done. Although it is not common, pets can have an adverse reaction to the vaccine. If you are concerned about this, you should discuss it with your vet.
Pets are vaccinated against worms, cat flu and many other diseases, which can kill dogs and cats very quickly if they catch them. Most vets will advise about which vaccinations your pet needs and when you need to vaccinate your pet. They will keep a record of what vaccinations your pet has received over its lifetime.