What are the side effects of a parvo shot?

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The parvo shot is given to puppies when they are around 8 weeks old. The parvo shot is given to keep dogs from getting the parvovirus. Parvovirus is a very contagious disease that can lead to death. The symptoms of this illness include lethargy, a loss of appetite, bloody stool, and diarrhea. The side effects of the parvo shot include facial swelling and pain at the vaccination site. Puppies may also feel tired and cranky for a few hours after the shot.
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