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Anonymous asked in PetsDogs · 1 decade ago

When your dog gets his shots.?

When does he need to get them again?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Rabies

    16 weeks or older

    One vaccination 1 yr after the initial vaccinationThen every 3 years there after.

    Distemper

    8 weeks

    12 weeks

    16 weeks .

    Will provide lifetime immunity. AAHA-Every three years (compromise)

    Parvovirus

    8 weeks

    12 weeks

    16 weeks

    Duration of immunity 7.5 years by studies. Probably lifetime. Longer studies pending.

    Non-Core Only recommended where there is a chance of exposure:

    Bordetella

    Annually

    Para influenza --every 3 years

    Para influenza only protects against 1 of 8+ causes

    Leptospirosis

    1.) Side effects are common.

    2.) The risk of side effects outweighs benefits.

    Lyme

    1.) There is a possible side effect of polyarthritis from the vaccine.

    Vaccines Not Recommended For Dogs:

    Distemper & Parvo @ 6 weeks or younger Not recommended.

    At this age, maternal antibodies form the mothers milk (colostrum) will neutralize the vaccine and only 30% of puppies will be protected. 100% will be exposed to the virus at the vet clinic.

    Corona Not recommended.

    1. Disease only affects dogs over 8 weeks of age.

    2. Corona is a rare disease, only 1 case reported in 7 yrs at each of these Vet

    Schools: TAMU, Cornell, Colo.St., U.Cal.@ Davis

    3. Effectiveness of vaccine questionable

    Giardia Not recommended

    1). Effectiveness of Vaccine unsubstantiated by independent studies.

    2) Natural infection does not provide immunity.

    Source(s): vet tech for 34 years
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  • 1 decade ago

    Rabies are given every 2-3 years. The vet's office should send you a reminder. The other booster shots are given once a year. It's best to be consistent and have it done on the anniversary date.

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  • Patti
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    1 decade ago

    If you have a puppy...then when you take him in for his initial examination...the vet will put your puppy on a schedule, so he receives all the shots that are required.

    If he is an adult pup (l year or older), then he needs to be seen each year for an annual check-up and shots as required by the state in which you live.

    Great guestions.

    Many blessings, Patti

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  • 1 decade ago

    They get their shots at:

    8 weeks

    12 weeks

    16weeks

    And then they get a booster once a year. Rabies is given at 16 weeks, then at one year they get a booster that is good for 3 years. Talk to your Vet about this.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It depends on the dog's age and the vet's recommendation and what shots the dog has already had.

    A basic schedule includes:

    7-way immunization every 4 weeks till pup reaches age 16 mo

    kennel cough (bordatella) at 6 mo with booster

    Rabies ? according to your vet - possibly at 6mo

    Annual boosters of 7-way, bordatella and rabies.

    BUT

    that's an approximate - go by what your vet recommends.

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  • 1 decade ago

    you'll have to check wit the vet sorry cuz they have track of all the shots you r dog has had in the past n so they will either send u a letter or somethin lettin u no when they need their next shot

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  • 4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    well the rabies shot is only required 1 every 3 years my vet told me but the parvo vaccination and other shots are required 1 a year

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Ask your vet. It depends on what shots.

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  • 1 decade ago

    http://www.aahanet.org/About_aaha/About_Guidelines...

    These are the recommendations given out to all vets. Most vets don't give you this info because that means less money for them when you don't bring your pet in for "annual vaccinations."

    Good luck

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