Jabs at the vets
The local vet says: 'Doing nothing would result in your pet's suffering and you might be prosecuted for neglecting an animal. It's mostly cats, rabbits and dogs that need jabs to stave away diseases like hepatitis and cat flu, which can be fatal in puppies and kittens.'
Things to remember: Expect to pay around £20 to £40 for a course of pet jabs and £10 to £20 for any boosters later on. Ensure you see your vet as soon as you make the decision to adopt or buy an animal and for the best advice on jabs, treatments (like worming treatments for cats and dogs) and how to look after your pet.
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