One must get their puppy vaccinated from a veterinarian. As a puppy owner, you would be taking high risk if you get your pet vaccinated by a non-veterinarian. Most of the work done by a non-veterinarian is based on hunch guess work. 7-key reasons for you to consider having a vet vaccinate your puppy/dog.
1. VACCINE COLD CHAIN
√ A Veterinarian Knows about importance of maintaining the temperature of vaccination vials and preventing vaccination failure.
× Vaccines handling might be compromised by a non-veterinarian, making the vaccinations ineffective.
2. POST EFFECT VACCINATION
√ A vet Knows how to find a solution efficiently for the post vaccination effects if any.
× On the other hand a non-veterinarian doesn’t have any clue about what happens after vaccination and how to solve it.
3. PET HEALTH ETHICS
√ A veterinarian checks the physiological and health parameters thoroughly and then only decides whether to vaccinate or not.
× A non-veterinarian does not have a scientific vision in assessing physiological process of the pets and also does the vaccination purely based on the activity of the pet.
√ A qualified Vet has the right knowledge and expertise to do the vaccinations effectively. Vaccines must be administrated perfectly for it to be effective against preventive disease.
× However a non-veterinarian does the vaccinations by way of trial & error method and his knowledge is based on hearsay.
√ A veterinarian knows the proper route (whether intramuscular, subcutaneous or intranasal) for vaccination. Has wide experience, acquired through studies and practical experience.
× A non-vet however does the vaccination by seeing someone do, without knowing its method of action
√ A veterinarian knows the exact reasons for vaccination and has a medicinal understanding of different components (like adjutant) of vaccines and its importance.
×A non-vet is not much aware about the contents in the vaccine and general understanding of the vaccines is not his of top priority.
× It is illegal for a non-vet to follow this practice because they are not a registered veterinary practitioner, and they might be liable for legal actions including fine and imprisonment