The best way to save money on vaccinations is to make sure your pet really requires a particular shot. Pets' immune systems may not need booster shots every couple of years. How can you tell? Ask your vet about the serology test called the "Titer."
We have no choice about the mandatory shots in our particular states, but we may be able to skip some of the optional shots. You'd have to weigh the cost of the Titer against the cost of continuing the regular shots, but if your pets' immune systems are still sufficiently protected with their previous shots, follow-ups may not be necessary.
By Henry and Champ from Southern CA
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