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What legal obligations do I have with my pet?


I know we have covered this subject when the legislation first came out, but the Valencian Veterinary College is expressing the importance of the new legislation to ensure the health and well-being of our pets and us.


Dogs


Identification: Vaccination book - Microchip - Pet Passport. The microchip must be implanted and issued before 12 weeks of age and the Pet Passport substitutes the vaccination book.


Parasite treatment: At least one de-worming treatment carried out by a Vet is compulsory at least once a year.


Vaccinations:- Distemper, Parvovirus, Booster


vaccination, Rabies. The Rabies vaccine is compulsory once a year and the first vaccine should be between the ages of 12 and 16 weeks.


Cats


Identification: Health book “Cartilla Sanitaria”. Cat will need a microchip and Pet Passport if it is travelling outside the country.


Parasite Treatment: At least one de-worming treatment carried out by a Vet is compulsory at least once a year.


Vaccinations: Feline booster, Feline Leukaemia, Feline


Chlamydia, Rabies. The Rabies vaccine is compulsory once a year and the first vaccine should be between the ages of 12 and 16 weeks.


Ferrets


Identification: Health book “Cartilla Sanitaria”. Ferret will need a microchip and Pet Passport if it is travelling outside the country.


Parasite Treatment: At least one de-worming treatment carried out by a Vet is compulsory at least once a year.


Vaccinations: Distemper, Rabies. The Rabies vaccine is compulsory once a year and the first vaccine should be between the ages of 12 and 16 weeks.


Sometimes these guidelines have to be modified due to medical reasons at the veterinarian’s discretion.


Article written by Maria Carmen Garcia Aguilera from Clinica Veterinaria El Puerto in Javea. English spoken. Av. Lepanto No 8, Local 10. Tel 96 579 3551. Emergencies 657 823 784. www.elpuerto-veterinaria.com.


Alice


is an 18 month old Belgian Shepherd cross. She is great with other dogs, cats and children, weighs around 20 kilos and negative for all Mediterranean diseases. Call: 645 469 253. To advertise an animal for adoption please email: info@petsinspain.com. To view more animals for adoption go to: www.petsinspain.com.


BARC: Sonny and Cher were dumped on the road aged about 10 weeks old. They are currently having all their vaccinations, rabies jab, micro chipping and passport arranged. They are available for adoption now! (Either together or seperately.) If you can open up your heart and home they will return your favour with much love and affection. Contact John on 965 975 470.


Ernie is an adorable 3 month old pup who has a lovely disposition and is a happy little man. He was rescued along with nine other pups and will be between 8-15 kilos when fully grown but is very small at the moment.


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For more information about Ernie please telephone the PEPA helpline on 650 304 746 or email: p.e.p.a.animalcharity@gmail.com


DOGO, male, Alsatian mix, DOB 03.2009 – 58cm. He is a very nice dog and friendly to everybody even to


a garden where he could run about and keep playing. A sportive family would be ideal. For more information call 618 754 635 or www.apasa.eu.


walks well on the lead and he is very adaptive. His new owners should have


Duke is approx. 2 years old and is a little gem with beautiful deep brown eyes which you could drown in, he has a passport and ready to travel. He loves other dogs and has been neutered. If you are able to give Duke a home then please call 600 845 420 or visit www.k9club.es. Volunteers needed.


JOSIE has made a good recovery after being run over but won’t need much exercise. She needs her forever home. We have dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. Food & donations urgently needed. ARC’s charity shop on C/ Benissa, Jalon opens 10am - 1.30pm Mon to Sat. Contact Sally: 625 985 689 or Jayne: 649 310 285. Website: www.jalonvalleyarc.com. Facebook - Jalon Valley A.R.C.


other males. He


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