Regular vaccination ensures healthier and lengthier life of pet. They build healthy immune system and provide sufficient protection against diseases caused by virus, and bacteria. Vaccination helps to protect your pet from various potentially serious and fatal diseases, including rabies. Vaccination is considerably less expensive than treating a disease.

It is also important for the pet parent to know about two broad categories of the dog vaccines namely – Core vaccines and Non-Core vaccines that together not only offer protection to the Pet but also indirectly to its pet parent family; as the pet may transmit a disease to its two legged companions.

Puppy vaccination procedure usually begins at the age of five to six weeks. A mother’s milk is enriched with the requisite anti-bodies that take care of the pup in initial days. Timely vaccinations guarantee protection against deadly diseases that your pet may otherwise be vulnerable to.

Canishot vaccines provides unique protection for the ones we love against range of virus and bacteria including fatal diseases like Rabies, Leptospirosis, canine corona virus and Parvo virus infection. Canishot vaccines are for regular and life immunisation needs.

Canishot vaccines are available as Canishot RV-F, Canishot Cv, Canishot K5, Canishot DHPPL. Follow the Vaccination protocol and guideline suggested by your Veterinarian.

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