These Are The Essential Care For The Care of Your Pet

For animal lovers, being able to make adventures with our four-legged friends is something wonderful. To be able to enjoy it to the fullest, it is important that the animal has the necessary care that protects them from any disease. It is important to know the care of your pet: vaccines, deworming, analytics … From Kiwoko and the Kivet centers, we make it easy so that we do not miss any visit to the veterinarian. For them, they have prepared an indicative school calendar for vaccines and deworming that we should keep in mind during this 2018-2019 school year.

Our pets' school agenda

Let's start with our pet care schedule.

] September

What better way to start the new course than with the homework done. The rabies vaccine must be given annually to prevent our friends from this disease that attacks the nervous system.


Once the summer is over, the time of year when there are more parasites, we have to reinforce external deworming with specific collars, pills or pipettes.


Take advantage of this month to pass the deworming course with good marks, provide your best friend with the last of the year!


finish the year with registration we must take our dog or cat to do the Leishmania test. This disease is caused by a mosquito, present especially in summer and in humid areas. In general, dogs are usually infested in summer, but the symptoms are not visible until 3 months later, so from Kivet recommend testing during this month


After the holidays and small excesses that our Pets also do at Christmas, it is best to visit the vet. As in the case of humans, it is good to check that everything is in order with a general exam to start the year with a good leg.


Parasites are also present in winter, so, point in your agenda Apply one of the 4 internal deworming that are recommended to do throughout the year. In this way, we will be able to keep them protected in both hot and cold seasons.


Summer is getting closer. It is time to make them handsome for these months where we used to do more outdoor activities. And, why not start with a good dental check-up? In addition to wearing the best animal smile, we will also keep track of your oral health.


Spring blood alters and parasites too! With the arrival of good weather increases the risk of diseases by parasites and, for this, it is important to strengthen the protection with an external deworming.


Following the deworming calendar, during this month we must provide an internal deworming and, thus, combat the increase in the presence of these organisms during the months of maximum heat.


The holidays are approaching and it is time to finalize the preparations. If this year you are going to travel with your pet, from Kivet recommend taking your dog or cat for a review before embarking on the trip and, in this way, enjoy it without worry.


We are halfway through the year and July is the ideal month to sit down and see all those vaccines that are not mandatory, but that every owner should put their dog or cat. So take out your vaccination booklet and review the ones you have pending.


To continue enjoying the summer, the water and the beach with total peace of mind and protecting our friends from the parasites from Kivet, we recommend deworming internal

The importance of a good health plan

Although many times dogs and cats do not show signs of discomfort, there are many diseases that develop without symptoms and can appear sporadically. For this reason, the veterinary experts of Kivet recommend having a good health plan where all vaccines and needs of a pet are scheduled. Apart from helping to prevent diseases such as leishmaniasis or rabies, a good health plan also helps to increase the quality of life of our four-legged friend.

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