Different angles lead to different opinions. Injection sometimes has side effects, improper operation and even life-threatening. Ordinary family breeders can’t implement it, so they have to go to the hospital or ask professional personnel to operate. For pet hospitals, if you bring cats and dogs to expel insects, they generally persuade you to take the injection method, and take the needle down and collect money. If you teach you to take medicine, one is that a few pills can’t charge you much money, so that you can master the method, also can’t earn your money again! Take medicine, everyone can understand, each can do, as long as do not take the wrong medicine, the operation is simple, economical, safe and reliable!
An experienced pet lover has no problem with the above two methods, but it is different for a novice pet breeder. Especially the injection, even if it is a new veterinarian, due to lack of experience, will often make mistakes! This is the lesson of Caesar! As far as I know, Caesar should be a puppy
If it’s a skin shot, it’s easy to master. If it’s an intramuscular injection, you have to be very careful. First of all, the meat layer of the young dog is thin, and the position of the needle is not accurate. It is easy to hurt the thigh nerve or larger blood vessels, and even puncture the abdominal cavity. The consequences are conceivable. Secondly, the injection is toxic, and the dose should be calculated accurately according to the weight. If there is any carelessness, it will endanger the life of the young dog. Moreover, some breeds of pets are allergic to the insect repellent injection In particular, kittens and puppies are not fully developed and their bodies are relatively weak. It is better not to use the method of injection to expel insects. Therefore, when the general family wants to expel insects to cats and dogs, I advise you to take medicine as the best policy. Here is the most convenient method I have used for many years. You may as well try it: there is a commonly used insect repellent “quchongjing” sold in pharmacies. Use the amount given to * * according to the weight of cats and dogs in the instructions. It is a broad-spectrum anthelmintic with a wide range of insect repellents. It can drive almost all parasites in the body. It is not bitter and sweet, and does not need to be eaten on an empty stomach. It can be ground and mixed with food, and the dosage is slightly larger.
Generally speaking, they take medicine, except for serious internal anthelmintic drugs, such as Bayer, which is more expensive. Secondly, Ciba has been recommended to take changchongqing when they were young. However, changchongqing is a kind of medicine that people take. Some dogs can take collars or spray medicine if they take external anthelmintic reaction, but Elizabethan circle is good]
Taking medicine is more convenient, because you can go to the pet hospital to buy home to eat, injection must take the cat to the hospital, the general cat will be very nervous. Anthelmintic you can buy broad, domestic, cheaper imported, but the effect is good and safer for pets. According to the doctor’s advice to the cat can eat, is generally calculated by weight. Don’t let the cat come into contact with dirty things. Its bedpan should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. Food and water should be kept fresh.
For the first time, it is recommended that the first immunization should be conducted, and then the first vaccination should be conducted at an interval of 3-7 days.
Cats are generally advised to start the first deworming at the age of more than 6 weeks.
In vivo deworming: animals under 1 year old are recommended to be once a month, and those over 1 year old are recommended to be once a quarter.
External deworming: once a month
2. Commonly used in vitro deworming agents are drops and sprays, such as DAPAI, freon, etc.; in vivo anthelmintic drugs are generally oral tablets, common drugs are praziquantel tablets and albendazole tablets.
Most of the oral type of in vivo anthelmintic drugs may have a certain stimulating effect on the gastrointestinal tract. On the same day or within a few days after feeding, vomiting, defecation and loss of appetite may occur, and they will generally recover by themselves.
If the cat’s gastrointestinal function is relatively weak before, and vomiting and laxity often occur recently, it is recommended not to take drugs to prevent parasitic infection, and feed after gastrointestinal conditioning.
If it is because of parasitic infection and gastrointestinal dysfunction, timely insecticidal is very important.
Just don’t get together. At least half a month after injection. An injection can be given in a week.
There is no need for the vaccine to expel insects. In theory, small animals can be deworming after one month of birth. However, the first vaccination can be given after the vaccine is born for 45 days. The interval between the drive and the vaccine is only about 2 days. Because the animals will have a transient decline in immunity after the vaccination, and taking anthelmintic drugs will have more side effects on the body, such as mild diarrhea And vomiting. So there is no conflict in terms of time. The vaccines for cats are generally made in intelway, the Netherlands. The cat vaccines are also given three injections, with an interval of 15-21 days. After that, the vaccine will be strengthened once a year. Deworming is required to be done for the first time every three months after birth. However, if the cat is kept indoors, it can be deworming once half a year, because the contact environment is relatively clean.
If you want to say, these two really do not have a clear order definition. Generally speaking, cats can be vaccinated when they are over 2 months old, and deworming can be done with the vaccine, with an interval of about 5-7 days. For domestic cats, it is generally recommended to vaccinate the cats first, so that the cats have a certain immune function, and after an interval of one week, the cats will be treated with in vitro and in vivo deworming.
However, if it is a stray cat just brought back from the outside, the first consideration must be to expel insects first! Because they are cats living in the big environment after all, we don’t know what their life was like before. For the sake of their own health and the cat’s health, I suggest that it is better to expel the insects first.
I hope I can help you!
There is no need to make an order to expel insects. In theory, small animals can be deworming after one month of birth. However, the first vaccination can be given after the vaccine is born for 45 days. The interval between anthelmintic and vaccine is only about 2 days. Because animals will have transient immune decline after vaccination, and taking anthelmintic drugs will have more side effects on the body, such as mild diarrhea and diarrhea Vomiting and so on. So there is no conflict in terms of time. The vaccines for cats are generally made in intelway, the Netherlands. The cat vaccines are also given three injections, with an interval of 15-21 days. After that, the vaccine will be strengthened once a year. Deworming is required to be done for the first time every three months after birth. However, if the cat is kept indoors, it can be deworming once half a year, because the contact environment is relatively clean.