As pet owners, we want to ensure that our dogs stay healthy and protected from diseases. One of the ways to achieve this is through vaccinations. However, after receiving vaccinations, some dogs may experience behavior changes that can be concerning for pet parents. In this article, we'll explore what to expect after vaccination, how long it takes for dogs to feel better, breeds that are more prone to vaccine reactions, and whether rabies shots can change a dog's behavior.
Getting your cat properly vaccinated is essential to its health. In fact, before vaccinations became more commonly place, many cats died on a regular basis from a condition called panleukopenia, which is more commonly known as feline distemper. They were also more likely to die from upper respiratory infections such as herpesvirus and calcivirus.