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August Vaccination Clinic Dates & Times

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Chasing Tails offers affordable vaccination services during our mobile vaccination clinics. For more information about our mobile vaccination clinics please visit our Vaccination Clinic page. Read more to view our August vaccination clinic dates and times.
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The number one way this disease is spread is through cat bites. It is not recommended to vaccinate your pet for FIV. It is questionable whether or not the vaccine is safe, protective or effective. At Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services, we do not offer this vaccine service.
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Feline Leukemia Virus “FeLV” Q&A

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Feline Leukemia virus is spread by nasal secretions as well as saliva. The number one way the virus is spread is by sharing community water bowls with infected individuals.
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These are diseases that cause upper respiratory infections in cats. They can be spread by direct contact or through aerosols of infected individuals.
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| Categories: Vaccine, Veterinary Services, Q&A, Feline Vaccines | Tags: Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, Feline, Vaccinations, FVRCP | View Count: (111)
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Feline Rabies Q&A

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Rabies is spread by the saliva of an infected animal. This disease can be spread through bite wounds, sharing community water bowls, etc. This disease attacks the central nervous system of an animal causing it to show neurological signs such as aggressive behavior, abnormal gait, hypersalivation and difficulty swallowing. This disease can also be zoonotic, which means it can be transmitted to humans.
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Your pet could acquire this disease by coming into contact with respiratory secretions of an infected animal or contaminated objects. This disease has a higher rate of infection if your pet travels with you along the gulf coast.
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Canine Leptospirosis: “Lepto” Q&A

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Leptospirosis is a bacterium that is spread through the urine of wildlife, including squirrels, raccoons, opossum, skunks, etc. If your dog swims or ingests water from contaminated areas, they are at risk of acquiring this disease. Those that acquire Lepto can experience kidney and liver failure and require lifelong treatment.
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Canine Bordetella Bronchiseptica is spread by direct contact or aerosols from infected animals. This disease is both a virus and a bacterial agent and causes an upper respiratory infection. It is commonly acquired in boarding facilities but is not limited to kennels. They can acquire “kennel cough” by direct contact at dog parks, grooming facilities or in your own home.
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Canine Parvo Virus Q&A

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Canine Parvo Virus is the most fatal disease that young dogs die from. Parvo can be very difficult and costly to treat once one has acquired it. It can be spread to your pet in several ways. They can contract this disease by direct contact with an infected animal through feces, urine, and other bodily fluids. You can also obtain the virus on your own clothes, shoes, skin, etc. then which your dog can acquire it. This virus can live in the environment for up to a year and takes drastic measures t...
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Canine Rabies Q&A

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Rabies is spread by the saliva of an infected animal. This disease can be spread through bite wounds, sharing community water bowls, etc. This disease attacks the central nervous system of an animal causing it to show neurological signs such as aggressive behavior, abnormal gait, hypersalivation and difficulty swallowing. This disease can also be zoonotic, which means it can be transmitted to humans.
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Chasing Tails Mobile Veterinary Services
2924 Cain Road 
College Station, TX 77845 

Phone: 979-217-1694

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