How Long after a Second Vaccination Can a Puppy Go Out?

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Vaccinations for your dog are meant to protect it from the following diseases: distemper (hardpad), leptospirosis, hepatitis, parvovirus and parainfluenza. Your puppy can be given a first vaccination at eight weeks and you will be asked to bring your puppy back for a second vaccination, two weeks later. The puppy will be allowed to go out 1 week after the second injection, but this may vary depending on the vet?s advice.
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. If you do take him/her for a walk, make sure you keep the puppy away from other dogs and other dogs feces, as they can carry the parvo virus.
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Vaccines are important tools your veterinarian uses to help protect your dog's health. Usually administered by injection, vaccines trigger immune responses for different diseases
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Our clients are told that immunity isn't considered a done deal until 2 weeks after the parvo booster, which we give at 21 weeks. Most don't really follow this, though. In general
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I'm guessing you're in the UK as you've stated second vaccination. My vet always advises to wait at least a week after the final jab beofre letting your dog walk in public, although
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