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25 November 2010

Keep Fluffy flea-free this summer

Ensure that your pets are de-flea'd, de-ticked and vaccinated before travelling this summer.

Ensure that your pets are de-flea'd, de-ticked and vaccinated before travelling.

Also remember that all pet owners are required by law to vaccinate their animals against rabies and to keep the vaccination certificate on hand while travelling. In light of the recent outbreak of rabies in Gauteng, this vaccination is crucial to ensure the well-being of your pets and your family this holiday. Pet owners can visit their local vet to have their animals vaccinated and to obtain a certificate verifying the vaccination.

 
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