LIONS FOUNDATION OF CANADA DOG GUIDES
Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides and its founding program, Canine Vision Canada, was established in 1983. It’s the largest school of its kind in Canada with its training school in Oakville and breeding facility in Breslau.
Advances in Vaccines for Cats
There are many myths out there about vaccines for cats. However – regardless of what you’ve seen or heard – the truth is that:
- Vaccines are good for cats (and dogs)
- The many benefits far outweigh the few risks
- Vaccinated cats contribute to the safety of other cats and dogs, especially kittens and puppies, as well as children and adults where rabies is concerned
BETTER AND BETTER
Also, the vaccine industry keeps evolving. This means:
- The efficiency and safety of vaccines for cats keep improving
- To receive licensing in Canada, vaccines must undergo safety trials
- New technologies are developed and implemented as often as possible
- New vaccines are being created for existing and emerging infectious diseases in cats
- There’s ongoing research into duration of immunity and side effects from vaccination
- Vaccine companies are committed to providing the very best protection possible for cats in Canada
IMPORTANT EXISTING FELINE VACCINES
Core Vaccines for
- Feline Panleukopenia (Cat Flu/Cat Distemper)
- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (Herpes virus) and Calicivirus
- Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV)
- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
A cat’s age, medical history, environment and travel habits will play a role in deciding whether or not to administer non-core vaccines.
If you’re not sure which ones your cat should get, talk to your veterinarian about recommended vaccinations and an appropriate schedule.