When Does a Puppy Need Injections?

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A puppy needs vaccine injections when it is 7 to 8 weeks of age; this is before it looses its natural immunity acquired from its mother. The vaccine contains harmless form of virus and it stimulates the dog's natural immunity against diseases.
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The first deworming should be at 3 to 4 weeks the first shots should be by 8 weeks, rabies will be at 12 weeks.
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There is lots of misnomers about vaccinations. Puppies do receive maternal antibodies. These antibodies last varying lengths of time and THAT is why the series of vaccinations. The
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You can deworming your dog yourself, but it goes by weight so be sure that you are giving the correct dosage for your dogs weight. The booster shots can also be purchased & administered
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Hi Wanda! I do not inoculate my dogs myself. I don't know what worm shots you are referring to. Inoculation can be administered subcutaneously or intramuscularly. If you are self
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