Pet vaccines are an important part of pet care. In many cases, vaccines can be taken care of during a routine well visit. If you need vaccines in Santa Maria, CA, Arroyo Grande, CA, San Luis Obispo, CA, or Nipomo, CA, you are in luck because we at Vet Calls can be your mobile vet that can make keeping up with vaccines simple. We even offer emergency veterinary care with our mobile office provide for the pets in the region.
Why Are Pet Vaccinations so Important and what Type of Vaccinations Should a Pet Get?
Pet vaccines can keep your pet safe from many of the common viruses and illnesses that affect the pet population in this country. They can even help to prevent death and illness by parasites such as heartworm from mosquitos. Vaccines are important if you want your pet to live a long healthy life, and keeping up with your pet's vaccine schedule can be simple and easy with a mobile veterinary doctor.
Keep in mind that some vaccines needed at two months old may not only lifesaving in the long term but can save another puppy exposed to the deadly parvovirus. Do not delay beginning your puppy or kittens vaccine schedule. We are here to answer any questions you may have about the vaccine schedule during your pet's appointment.
The rabies vaccination is required in many places, and it is required for good reason. If a pet gets bit by a rabid animal it can be a danger to its humans.
Aside from rabies important vaccines for your pet include, distemper, parvovirus, and more. Cats need many of the same vaccines. You can discuss the specific needs of your pet with the veterinarian during each visit.
Vaccines may also help to keep farm animals and livestock from becoming diseased and needing expensive treatment. Because diseases may spread from animal to animal, vaccines may be extra important for those caring for a large amount of animals in order to prevent the entire stock from being infected.
Call Us for More Information from Our Veterinarian
We at Vet Calls are able to treat pets in Santa Maria, CA, Arroyo Grande CA, San Luis Obispo CA, Nipomo CA, and the surrounding region because we travel. This convenience allows more pets to be protected by vaccines and emergency vet care. Contact our veterinarian for an appointment for your pet by calling (805) 623-6990.