Simranjit Singh/Shahjahanpur: If you are a dog lover then you need to take special care of your dog these days. Because in the changing weather, dogs become vulnerable to many diseases. In which sometimes your dog may even die. In such a situation, it is important that you keep vaccinating your dog on time. Due to which your pet dog will remain healthy.
Dr. Shivkumar Yadav of the Animal Husbandry Department of Agricultural Science Center, Niyamatpur, says that small dogs get affected by many types of viruses. Not only this, diseases like hepatitis can also kill dogs. In such a situation, dogs must get 7 in 1 vaccine. Due to which your dog will remain healthy and protected from falling prey to diseases.
Benefits of 7 in 1 vaccine
Dr. Shivkumar Yadav told that by getting 7 in 1 vaccine, one can be protected from diseases like canine parvo virus, canine distemper, parvo virus type 1, parvo virus type 2, hepatitis and leprosy because these diseases affect dogs at an early age. Takes in. In which the dog starts vomiting and diarrhea. Not only this, due to being affected by these diseases, the dog’s heart veins get swollen and sometimes the dog even dies.
Keep these things in mind after vaccination
Dr. Shivkumar Yadav told that the first dose of 7 in 1 vaccine should be given after 6 weeks. After three weeks, a booster dose will be given to the dog. Then if the 7 in 1 vaccine is administered once every year, the dog will remain safe. Even after vaccinating the dog, some precautions need to be taken. Also, your pet dog should be kept away from stray dogs. Because those dogs have not been vaccinated. In such a situation, viruses can infect your dog.
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FIRST PUBLISHED: February 12, 2024, 20:43 IST
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