Pet Vaccination

This page is devoted to pet vaccination and is being built by InformedChoiceWA members who work in the field of veterinary medicine. We hope to soon provide state, city, and county information about pet vaccination requirements and your rights as pet owners, as well as the latest science of pet vaccination to help you make the best informed decisions for your pets

KOMO NEWS 4: Are you over-vaccinating your pet?

 

 

Duration of Immunity for Canine and Feline Vaccines

Age and Long-term Protective Immunity in Dogs and Cats

Adverse Events Diagnosed Within Three Days of Vaccine Administration in Dogs.

Suspected Adverse Reactions to Vaccination in Canadian Dogs and Cats

Reporting Adverse Events Updated April 2017 “Adverse events are undesirable animal health occurrences during or after the use of a product or device, and such may or may not be caused by the product or device. Adverse events are rare and the majority of them are minor, but some can be life-threatening. If you suspect that one of your animals is experiencing an adverse event, call your veterinarian or local veterinary emergency clinic immediately. Addressing your animal’s health needs is the highest priority; reporting the adverse event can be done afterwards.”

 

 

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