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When you move to a new area and register with a new doctor, remember also to:

  • Register your pets with a local vet (the process usually involves an initial check-up which is often free of charge)

ANNUAL INJECTIONS

Pets should have booster injections every year to avoid diseases such as:

  • Distemper
  • Parvovirus
  • Viral hepatitis

OTHER SERVICES

Typically, these will include:

  • 24-hour emergency treatment
  • Collection and delivery
  • X-ray facilities
  • Home visits
  • Dietary advice
  • Dental care
  • Neutering

Most vets' surgeries can help a pet regardless of how exotic a breed it may be and can give advice on correct diet, living conditions and exercise.

GOOD HABITS

  • Pets should have regular check-ups.
  • Wash pets' dishes separately from your own and rinse with boiling water.
  • Always wash your hands after handling any animal and make sure your children understand this, too.
  • Seek advice from a vet about vaccinating your pet against disease.
  • Learn some basic first aid measures to deal with bites and scratches.
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