Vaccines for Cats and Dogs
Vaccination Program for Cats and Dogs
Vet Center Veterinary Clinic
Vaccinations necessary for our little friends to lead a healthy life take weeks. After the first vaccination, we can send the vaccines, internal and external parasite applications to your mobile phone and e-mail address as a reminder.
The basic vaccinations for kittens and dogs at certain periods are listed below.
Kedi ve Köpekler için Aşı Programı
Vet Center Veteriner Kliniği
Yavruların ve köpeğinizin sağlıklı bir yaşam sürmesi için gerekli olan aşılar haftalarca sürer. İlk aşılamadan sonra, cep telefonunuza aşıları, dahili ve harici parazit uygulamalarını ve e-posta adresinizi hatırlatma olarak gönderebiliriz.
Yavru kedi ve köpekler için belirli periyodlar ile yapılması gereken temel aşılar aşağıda belirtilmiştir.
Vaccination schedule for cats
Vaccination of cats is very important for the health of both you and your cat. The essential vaccines for a kitten are listed below.
1) Combined vaccine: The combined vaccine administered in our clinic protects your cat against chlamydia and Rinotrahit, Calici, Panleukopenia (youth disease) viruses.
2) Rabies vaccine: It protects against rabies virus.
3) Leukemia vaccine: It is a vaccine against feline leukemia.
The vaccination schedule for cats may vary depending on the breed and characteristics of the cat. In our clinic, the cat vaccination schedule is implemented as follows:
When the cat is 6-7 weeks old, internal and external parasites are applied first. Because parasites suppress your cat's immune system, parasite treatment strengthens your cat's immune system.
In the first kitten vaccinations, it is important to repeat the Mixed and Leukemia vaccines after 3 weeks (2nd Mixed vaccine and 2nd Leukemia) to ensure full protection. One year after the first vaccination, these vaccines will be administered to your cat as a single dose. In addition to this program, Fungal vaccines are also given at the Vet Center Veterinary Clinic. We recommend that these vaccines be given to cats in contact with the outside.
Cat Vaccination Program
|Cat Vaccination Program|
|Internal/external parasites are applied in the 6th and 7th weeks.|
|The first mixed vaccine is given at 8 weeks.|
|In the 9th week, leukemia vaccine is given and the internal parasite treatment is repeated.|
|Rabies vaccine is given at 10 weeks. Rabies vaccine is not administered before the 10th week in our clinic.|
|At the 11th week, the 2nd mixed vaccine is given.|
|2nd Leukemia vaccine is given in the 12th week.|
Vaccination schedule for dogs
The basic vaccinations for the dog are listed below.
1) Puppy DP : It is the vaccine applied to puppies separated from the mother early. The combined vaccine in our clinic protects your dog against Canine Parvovirus and Canine Distemper (canine distemper).
2) Mixed vaccine: It is a vaccine that provides protection against 5 different viruses. These;
a) Parvovirus: It is a fatal disease characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, and bloody stools.
b) Canine distemper : It is a contagious viral disease that affects the respiratory, digestive and nervous systems and has a high mortality rate in puppies.
c) Adenovirus : Type 2 disease is more common in the respiratory system. Infectious Tracheobronchitis or Kennel Cough (canine dry cough disease) is one of the causes
d) Parainfluenza : It is a virus that affects the upper respiratory tract and causes coughing.
e) Leptospira Canicola : It is a bacterial disease that causes bloody diarrhea, jaundice and kidney failure.
3) Bronchial, Liver Vaccine : 3) Bronchial, Liver Vaccine: Infection Bordetella bronchiseptica bacteria, known as Kennel Cough-Dog pertussis, is a vaccine that prevents infectious diseases that cause infection in the upper respiratory tract and chronic cough. The application is done in 2 ways. When administered subcutaneously by injection, it should be repeated after 3 weeks (for puppies). When the KC vaccine is administered into the nasal cavity, it does not need to be repeated.
4) Corona vaccine : It protects against anorexia, a viral disease that causes bloody diarrhea and vomiting.
5) Lyme vaccine : Borrelia burgdorferi, B. Garinii, B. Afzelii species are the causative agents of the disease. (Spirochaete). Lyme disease is a disease that can be transmitted to humans. This disease is transmitted by ticks of the genus Ixodes. The disease, which starts with the complaints of fever and pain in the joints, manifests itself with polyarthritis. The disease affects many systems of the body.
6) Rabies vaccine : It is a vaccine that protects against rabies virus.
Internal parasite treatment is applied to prevent pinworms and hookworms (helminths) in the digestive system of the dog, and external parasite treatment is applied to prevent external parasites such as lice, fleas and ticks.
Applying the above-mentioned vaccines within a certain schedule increases your dog's resistance to diseases. It is important to administer the 2nd dose of Mixed, Corona and Lyme Bronchial vaccines 3 weeks after the 1st dose. One year after this administration, the vaccines will be repeated as a single dose.
Dog Vaccination Program
|Dog Vaccination Program|
|at week 6. Puppy DP|
|at week 7. internal/external interference applications|
|1st combination vaccine at week 8|
|At the 9th week, the internal/external parasite application is repeated with the Bronchine-KC vaccine.|
|1st Corona vaccine at week 10|
|2nd Mixed Vaccine at 11 weeks|
|2nd bronchial vaccine at 12 weeks|
|2nd Corona vaccine at 13 weeks|
|1st Lyme vaccine at week 14|
|Rabies vaccine at week 15|
|2nd Lyme vaccine at week 16|
In addition to this program, Fungus vaccines are also available in our Veterinary Clinic.
Vet Center Veterinary Clinic
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