Urgent Golden Buzzer Act vaccination – Part Two
A recent new health update from the California Department of Health Services has put paid medical professionals on alert. The new health law in California, which went into effect in January, requires all new and licensed patients to get a virus canine cough vaccine every six weeks. The vaccine will also be required for all dogs over seven months old who have never been vaccinated before. The update is linked to the canine parvovirus, or canine cough.
This new health update from the state department of health service is part of the new golden buzzer act. The new act designates that any pet owner who does not provide proof of having their dogs vaccinated against this canine disease within a certain amount of time will be forced to purchase a booster shot for their dog. If you have not already vaccinated your Golden Retriever against this deadly parvovirus, you need to get one as soon as possible so that you can protect both yourself and your pet.
If you live in the California State of California, it is important for you to remember that if you do not have your dog fully vaccinated, you are responsible for all consequences. These consequences include possible hospitalization, medication costs, and possible death. However, if your Golden Retriever is not fully vaccinated, the best solution is to take him or her to the veterinarian and let them perform the required Vaccination. The veterinary technician will be able to give you instructions on how long your dog needs to be vaccinated and at what time he or she should be allowed home to relax and recover. If you have recently moved to the County of Riverside, or you currently live in the County of Riverside, you should contact your local health department and find out what the new laws are in your area regarding this important notice.