Bordetella Shot Side Effects?


The side effects of the bordetella dog vaccination are malaise, nausea, fever and fatigue. It is rare that a dog will exhibit any symptoms at all. The rarest side effect of the vaccine is coughing and sneezing immediately after the vaccine and lasting for a few hours. The bordetella vaccine is one of the safest vaccinations for dogs and has the fewest side effects. The vaccine is not 100 percent, and some dogs may still get kennel cough even after being vaccinated.
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Side effects of the Bordetella Vaccine include sneezing, coughing or nasal discharge. These side effects are very rare and usually are minor. report this answer. Updated on Thursday
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