Your new puppy definitely needs a series of vaccinations in the first year of life to
protect him from many dangerous diseases as his doggy immune system ...
If the breeder or shelter gave your puppy vaccinations recently, and your
veterinarian is confident that it was done properly, a schedule for follow-up
The vaccination schedule for dogs and puppies, which vaccines every dog
should get (core), and which ones may be optional (noncore).
are one of the best and most loving investments you can make for your puppy
. But in general, puppy
shots won’t be protective until Junior’s own immune system matures enough to take over. Usually puppies
receive a series of either three or four boost... More »
Getting your puppy (or dog) vaccinated is not just a good idea. Shots are required
by most cities, dog parks, grooming, boarding and daycare facilities. Keeping ...
For the majority of puppies and dogs, Drs. Foster & Smith recommend the
following: ... A possible vaccination schedule for the "average" dog is shown
Dogs need a number of vaccinations. Check out this schedule to find out what
vaccinations your dog needs and when he should get them.
There is a lot of controversy about vaccinations for dogs. Questions of which ones
to give, why to avoid them, why to give them, how long they last, what exactly ...
Oct 27, 2011 ... Dr. Schultz recommends not starting a puppy or kitten core vaccination program
before 6 to 8 weeks of age, with revaccinations no more ...