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3 Reasons to Use a Vaccine Clinic in Caldwell

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As if there weren’t enough reasons already to get your pet vaccinated (bats with rabies are pretty scary!), we’ve rounded up a few extra reasons to get your pet in to a vaccine clinic in Caldwell.

Of course, even if none of these apply to you or your four-legged friends, it’s still so important to get them vaccinated to prevent communicable diseases and high vet bills down the road.

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Boarding Requirements

Are you headed on vacation this summer? The kids are out of school and bouncing off the walls. The summer heat may be finally getting to you. Maybe that family reunion or trip of a lifetime is calling to you. Whatever the reason for the trip, most people aren’t able to take their pets with them. It’s important to remember that boarding facilities will have requirements for vaccinations and will likely require proof of them before they’ll accept your cat or dog. Kennel cough is one of the most common bugs your pet can pick up, and it got its name for a reason.

Traveling with Pets

If you’re lucky enough to take your cat or dog with you on vacation, remember that a big part of making sure they’re ready to travel is ensuring that they’re up to date on their shots. Airlines don’t want to be responsible for your pet getting sick on the plane, and other states (or countries) don’t want to have new viruses being brought into the animal community there. Even if you’re not flying, you may want to bring your pet in to a vaccine clinic here in Caldwell to make sure they stay safe.

Preparing for the Unexpected

We’ve been talking about these fun, planned trips with (or without) your pets, but that’s not always going to be the case. If you have a family emergency come up and need to travel suddenly, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not your pet will be safe. If they get their shots regularly, you’ll know they can always be boarded at a moment’s notice. We hope this never comes up for you, but accidents and emergencies do happen.

 If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment with our vaccine clinic here in Caldwell, please feel free to reach out to us at Animal Medical Center of Emmett.

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Animal Medical Center of Emmett is a mixed-animal veterinary practice serving Emmett, Sweet, Boise, Caldwell, Sand Hollow, Letha, New Plymouth, and the surrounding communities in the Gem County, Idaho area.

Phone: (208)365-5396


Email: amcemmett@gmail.com
2588 Waterwheel Rd, Emmett,
Idaho 83617

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