Vaccines and vaccination
Vaccination has long been an effective way to reduce disease burden in pets and farm animals, and is a key tool in maintaining animal health and welfare. Vaccines continue to play an increasingly vital role in preventative health and disease control programmes in animals. Innovative research and the development of safe, effective and quality vaccines means that our pets and farm animals continue to benefit from vital medicines that prevent or alleviate clinical signs of disease.
We have produced a series of briefing documents which give more background information on the use of vaccines for animal health.
Check out our top tips for farmers on storing and handling vaccines
- Vaccination for animal health: an overview
- Dog Vaccination
- Cat vaccination
- Rabbit vaccination
- Equine vaccination
- Farm animal vaccination
- Animal vaccination a priority post-pandemic, says NOAH, because #VaccinesWork
- Talk to your vet and protect your pet – NOAH celebrates World Veterinary Day
- NOAH #VaccinesWork campaign: tips to make every dose count
- NOAH calls on vets to support #VaccinesWork campaign
- Vaccination a victim of its own success? ‘Vaccine hesitancy’ could lead to a deadly mistake NOAH supports World Animal Vaccination Day – 20 April