A big part of veterinary healthcare these days is preventative medicine and the backbone of this is vaccinations. Cats should receive regular vaccinations in order to protect them against deadly diseases, but the regimes have changed over the years. Many owners are confused as to how long vaccinations last for and it is not surprising, with five licensed brands of cat vaccine in the UK covering seven different diseases in varying combinations, each with slightly different recommendations! Here, we’ll aim to clarify the situation so we can understand how the vaccinations work and exactly how long each one can be expected to last for.
The Davies team, including head of nursing Lillian Twigg (fourth from right) with some of the RVNs at Davies. The BVNA has announced Davies Veterinary Specialists as the winner of its 2022 Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month (VNAM) video competition. The Hitchin-based small animal referral practice worked with Perspective Studios, a video production company in Bedfordshire, … Read more