Feline Vaccination Plan
To protect your pet from common infectious diseases, as well as parasites the most convenient is a good prevention plan. This plan is carried out by vaccinating and worming in time and form, because the most important thing to note is that vaccination is useful for preventing disease and not to cure it. For a better understanding is divided into the cat’s life in weeks:
|Week 1||The cubs stay with his mother is imminent during the first three days since that first milk called colostrum provide the necessary antibodies, which will act as a defense against the aggression of foreign substances. These antibodies remain in puppies until the sixth week of life.|
|Week 2||First dose of worming. It is suggested to repeat the treatment every 3 or 4 months, however the stool test for egg count is recommended before any treatment.|
|Week 6||This week should begin vaccination plan, the implementation of the Viral Triple vaccine (Calicivirosis feline, feline panleukopenia and rhinotracheitis) and Feline Leukemia vaccine is recommended.|
|Week 10||Second dose of vaccine Triple Viral (feline Calicivirosis, feline panleukopenia and rhinotracheitis) and Feline Leukemia vaccine. Rabies first dose of vaccine.|
|Once a year||Reinforcement of all vaccines.|
It is important to remember to make deworming every 3-4 months to control the possible reinfestation of your pet.