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How often should my pet have a booster vaccination?

Most vaccine data sheets recommend that booster vaccines are given annually. However due to the concern that pets were receiving too many vaccinations many manufacturers are now developing vaccines which only need a booster every 2 to 3 years. The vaccination programme your pet follows should ideally be one that is best suited to that individual. Consult your vet who will be able to formulate the vaccination program most suitable for your pet.

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