Next Friday (08) Pontal de Ipiranga will receive a caravan to protect the dogs and cats that live in the resort and the region. Two places to vaccinate the animals will be provided by the teams of the Zoonoses Disease Control Unit (UVZ), an agency associated with the municipal health department. Teams will be from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pontal Health unit as well as at Comercial Lima.
Zoonoses control recommends that educators also take pregnant or breastfeeding women for immunization. Sick or treated animals should not be vaccinated. It is important that teachers provide the animal’s vaccination card. If they do not have the card, they receive the receipt at the time of vaccination.
The rabies vaccine is still the only way to prevent disease and keep pets healthy. Rabies is a fatal disease in about 100% of cases, and it is a zoonotic disease that can also affect humans, so care is multiplied in the fight against and prevention of the disease.
Vaccination of dogs and cats is the main form of prevention for many diseases that can affect these animals. By vaccination, the transmission of diseases to humans is avoided.
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