Spring has sprung, and Griffith City Council has issued a reminder to all puppy owners to ensure their furry little friends are fully vaccinated for the season.
A particular warning has been mentioned against parvovirus, a serious and potentially fatal virus that is highly contagious among dogs.
Puppies should be vaccinated at the ages of 6, 12 and 16 weeks. After the initial series of vaccinations, all dogs should be given booster injections at least once a year as regular vaccinations for your pets is paramount to protect their health.
- Griffith City Council’s Director Sustainable Development, Phil Harding
For more information, please contact your local vet.