Symptoms After cats and dogs vaccinated and how can them avoided

cats and dogs

Cats and dogs vaccinated against viral diseases to prevent them. Cats vaccinated with quadrilateral vaccination and dogs given dual, five or eight-year vaccination


However, some symptoms noticed after vaccination of cats and dogs that may concern lovers and breeders of these beautiful animals

It is normal for some symptoms to occur after vaccination of cats or dogs, these symptoms may appear some or all on your cat or dog after giving the vaccination

 Why are the side effects of vaccinations in cats and dogs

Cat and dog vaccinations are very weak viruses, or dead viruses that injected into the animal’s body by a certain amount and at a specific time

The pet injected to stimulate its immune system, so the immune system will produce antibodies to these viruses

In this way, if the animal exposed to the virus at any time, the immune system will easily resist and defeat the virus

Therefore, vaccination of cats and dogs may accompany by some symptoms because in the end a group of viruses attacks the body, even if the viruses are too weak or dead

What are the symptoms after cat and dog vaccination

Some symptoms that do not cause anxiety will appear within minutes or hours after the pet given, as they are normal symptoms of vaccination

You will notice discomfort on your pet and will show signs of discomfort and lack of play

You may notice a slight swelling and swelling of the vaccination site

A slight rise in temperature

Loss of appetite and unwillingness to eat

Gonorrhea and nasal discharge are simple or there is a cough

These symptoms will disappear within a day or two, while the slight swelling under the skin vaccination site may gradually disappear within a week or two of giving the vaccination

If you notice that the swelling is increasing or not disappearing after this period continue with your veterinarian for examination and reassurance

What are the serious symptoms that should observed after vaccination

Other symptoms are rare, but they are dangerous, and when one appears, you should communicate immediately with your veterinarian who has vaccinated your cat

Continuous diarrhea or dehydration and continuous vomiting

Severe itching in the skin and the appearance of blisters and ulcers in the skin

Swelling of the mouth and around the face, neck or eyes

Cough severe cough and difficulty breathing

Inability or fainting

If these symptoms appear on your cat or dog, you should go to your veterinarian immediately to take the necessary precautions. In case of repeated vaccination the following year, you should tell your veterinarian what happened during the vaccination

Is it possible to avoid the side effects of vaccinations in cats and dogs

Often, no noticeable symptoms will appear on cats and dogs that vaccinated, and even when they appear will not last for more than a day or two

Therefore, there is no need for any drugs or preparations to remove the effects of side-by-side vaccination unless serious complications have occurred

However, you should not always conserve the pet before or after the vaccination for at least two weeks. You should not expose the animal to other animals at home or leave the pet outside the home within two weeks after vaccination


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