Frequently Asked Questions
Before we let the kitten leave, it will be up-to-date with its vaccinations. If the kitten is less than 16 weeks old, the vaccinations will not be complete and the kitten will have to receive additional vaccinations from your veterinarian.. Vaccinations routinely given include the upper respiratory series for calici, panleukopenia and herpes.
Border Collie FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
That's not surprising. There are two veterinary organizations in the United States. They disagree on the most important canine issues such as feeding, vaccinations, and dental care. Your vet no doubt belongs to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). The health information on my web site comes from vets who belong to the American HOLISTIC Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA).
Sugar Glider FAQ Frequently Asked Questions
No. No immunization shots for gliders are available at this time but so far none have been needed. For example even if a Glider came into contact with rabies the glider could not get or spread the disease because of the gliders very low body temperature (around 89 degrease) that keeps the glider safe from many illnesses that normally affect animals in North America.
Frequently Asked Questions...Answered by Reformation Tours
Currently, USA citizens only need visas for Turkey, the rest of our destinations do not require USA citizens to get visas. For more information on Do I Need A Visa?, click here. Turkey visas for USA citizens cost an extortionate $100 and should be bought at the Istanbul airport upon arrival using US dollars, exact change only. Canadian citizens on the Eastern Europe tour only will currently need visas for the Czech Republic and Poland.
The Ferret Whisperer :: Affection Training Ferrets
Yes. Ferrets need to be vaccinated for both canine distemper and rabies every year. Canine distemper is 100% fatal to ferrets. There is no cure once they catch it, only prevention. It is also extremely contagious. Just because a ferret does not go out of the house does not mean they can't catch it. Young kits and ferrets with unknown vaccination histories need to have at least two shots, possibly three, each shot 2-4 weeks apart.
FertilityPlus: Infertility FAQ for Women of Size
Again, you might. It depends how overweight you are, how you carry your weight, and where you are doing the shots. I think a common change is from a 1½" needle to a 3" needle. Also, Metrodin, one of the more common injectibles, is now available in a subcutaneous version called Fertinex, and that is a shorter needle.