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Your pet receives vaccines on a set schedule to protect them from illness. Vaccines tell the body to make immune cells and antibodies, which work to prevent or reduce the severity of specific diseases.
One of the major threats to a pet’s well-being are common pet external parasites, small creatures that can cause significant harm to our beloved pets. These parasites can be found anywhere, most commonly in backyards and parks.
Pet vaccinations are not merely a preventive measure; they are an investment in the well-being of your pet. The concept behind pet vaccinations is similar to human vaccinations - they help the immune system prepare for potential infections by introducing a weakened or killed form of the disease-causing bacteria or virus.