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Its easier than you think...
Vaccinate your pet at home.
Vaccines and syringe
 
It's Much Less Expensive
You can save a lot of money by vaccinating at home.

It's Easy
While you may feel a little nervous the first time, it gets easier every time you do it. Pets, by the way, feel far less pain then we do from shots. Most vaccines are given under the loose skin on the back of the neck, where their mothers picked them up and carried them when they were babies.

It's Guaranteed Fresh
Because we sell so many, we receive fresh vaccines every week. All of our vaccines are shipped with ice packs in an insulated carton and in strict accordance with federal regulations. We also recommend that you request Next Day or Second Day Air service when you order vaccines.

It's Less Stressful On Your Pet
The comfortable surroundings of your home are the most natural and relaxed place to vaccinate your pet. And it's convinient to you.


 

How To Vaccinate Your Pet

Preparing and filling the syringe Inject liquid part into powder vial Mix combined contents of vial Fill syringe from vial
1. Tighten the needle on the syringe andinsert it into the liquid vial. Withdraw all the liquid. 2. Inject the liquid into the vial that contains freeze-dried or powdered portion of vaccine. 3. Remove syringe and shake vial as shown for a few seconds to mix well.

4. Insert needle and withdraw entire mixed contents. The vaccine is now ready to give to your pet.

 

Vaccinating a dog correctly Then inject . . . it's easy!

Most vaccines may be given just beneath the skin. For dogs, the best and least sensitive area is the loose skin on the back of the neck - where their mothers picked them up and carried them when they were young. Simply lift the skin, insert the needle, pull back slightly on the syringe plunger to be sure the needle is not in a blood vessel (if it is, blood will enter the syringe as you pull back the plunger), and then administer the vaccine (see photo, left). This method is called subcutaneous vaccination (under the skin).

Vaccinating a cat correctly In cats, inject most combination vaccines subcutaneously under the loose skin over one of the shoulders. Feline leukemia (FeLV) vaccines are usually given under the skin on the outside of the left rear leg. Rabies vaccine is generally given by your veterinarian into the right rear leg.

Many vaccines may also be given intramuscularly (into the muscle). However, given the choice, the subcutaneous method described above is the easiest and safest way for you to administer vaccines. Note: If your pet is sensitive or hard to handle, ask someone to help hold your pet while you give the vaccine.

Use Needles & Syringes Only Once With any vaccine or injectable medication, always use a separate sterile needle and syringe for each injection. Safely dispose of all used syringes and needles.

Where Do I Get Vacines?

You Can purchase vachines at any feed store or threw online stores simple run a search on yahoo for "buy puppy vacines". They usally cost between 6-10 dollars.

 

 

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