Sterilization Mobiles to Provide Vaccinations for Animals
In an effort to promote animal welfare and prevent the spread of diseases, all animals operated in the Sterilization Mobiles will now receive vaccinations, regardless of their current vaccination status.
– Wednesday, June 28, from 12 to 3 pm at O’higgins 1637 (Colón neighborhood).
– Thursday, June 29, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Department of Health and Animal Welfare, Parque Independencia (please note that no vaccinations will be given on Tuesday, June 27, due to a holiday).
In addition to the sterilization services, the Sterilization Mobiles will now also provide vaccinations for all animals, ensuring their overall health and well-being.
Upcoming Neighborhood Schedule:
– Monday, March 7, from 9 to 12: Washington 3447, Sociedad de Fomento Barrio El Nacional.
– Wednesday, May 7, from 12 to 15: Los Adobes 426, Aldea Romana.
– Wednesday, May 12, from 12 to 15: United States 503, Rivadavia Neighborhood Development Society.
– Wednesday, February 8, from 12 to 15: Líbano 589 Sociedad de Fomento Barrio Noroeste.
– Wednesday, September 8, from 12 to 15: La Paz 198, Sociedad de Fomento Barrio 5 de Abril.
– Wednesday, September 16, from 12 to 15: Enrique Julio 806, Sociedad de Fomento Barrio Luján.
The Sterilization Mobiles, which provide sterilization services for animals, will now also offer vaccinations to promote animal welfare and prevent the spread of diseases. The vaccination schedule includes specific dates and locations where animals can receive their vaccinations. In addition, a list of upcoming neighborhood schedules is provided for future vaccination opportunities. The aim is to ensure the overall health and well-being of all animals.
How will offering vaccinations in addition to sterilization services benefit the overall health and welfare of animals in the community?
Offering vaccinations in addition to sterilization services can benefit the overall health and welfare of animals in the community in several ways:
1. Disease prevention: Vaccinations help prevent the spread of contagious diseases among animals. By vaccinating animals, the community can reduce the incidence of common diseases like rabies, parvovirus, distemper, and feline leukemia. This not only improves the health of individual animals but also reduces the risk of outbreaks, protecting the entire animal population.
2. Longer and healthier lives: Vaccinations protect animals from potentially life-threatening diseases, leading to a longer and healthier life. By ensuring that animals receive the appropriate vaccines, communities can reduce the risk of severe illness or death from preventable diseases.
3. Reduced veterinary costs: Preventing diseases through vaccinations can reduce the need for costly medical treatments. Vaccinations are generally less expensive than treating a disease or managing its long-term effects. By providing vaccination services, communities can help pet owners save money on veterinary bills.
4. Protection for human health: Some diseases that affect animals can also be transmitted to humans, known as zoonotic diseases. By vaccinating animals against zoonotic diseases like rabies, communities can help safeguard human health. This is particularly important for families with young children, the elderly, or individuals with compromised immune systems.
5. Enhanced public health measures: Offering vaccinations alongside sterilization services promotes responsible pet ownership and public health measures. By ensuring that animals are vaccinated, communities can maintain a healthier pet population and reduce the risk of diseases spreading from animals to humans or other animals.
6. Decreased stray population: Vaccinating stray animals during sterilization programs can help control the stray population more effectively. By providing vaccinations to stray animals, communities can prevent the spread of diseases among this vulnerable population and reduce the risk of transmission to owned pets.
Overall, offering vaccinations in addition to sterilization services helps create a healthier and safer community for both animals and humans. It reduces the prevalence of preventable diseases, promotes responsible pet ownership, and improves the overall welfare of animals in the community.