When do you get your shots?

When do you get your shots?

Mandatory dog vaccinations protect against canine distemper virus and parvovirus and rabies. Optional vaccines protect against leptospirosis, parainfluenza, kennel cough caused by bordetella, and coronavirus.

A vaccine that is optional in one country may be mandatory in another where the disease is common.

This is the basic vaccination schedule for dogs.

  • At 6 weeks: Primary vaccination or first vaccination.

  • At 8 weeks: Multipurpose.

  • At 12 weeks: Reminder of the Multipurpose.

  • At 18 weeks: Rabies.

  • Annually: Reminder of the Multipurpose and Rabies.

For more information, consult your veterinarian to update his vaccinations.

 

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