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Our dog’s vaccinations

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Among animals, diseases are very easily transmitted and although the puppy always receives antibodies from its mother during lactation, they are not enough since it loses them between 6 and 17 weeks of life. That is why we should always vaccinate our pet. Today in puppy world, more information

Vaccinate them!

Vaccines contain small doses of the disease to be prevented, thus stimulating the body to generate its own defenses or antibodies to safeguard itself. Our trusted veterinarian will indicate the vaccination schedule for our puppy. From that moment on, every year, we will revaccinate him.

There are a very important number of diseases against which we can vaccinate, but the type of vaccine and the correct schedule should be advised by your veterinarian and will depend, in all cases, on several factors. These agents include: breed and age, the animal’s habits, the geographical area in which it lives and its general immune status.

Most common diseases

It is important to correctly vaccinate dogs, both adults and puppies, against the most common diseases: parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, rabies, coronavirus, kennel cough and leptospirosis. In any case, it is good to remember that the highest risk diseases for young puppies are Distemper and Parvovirus, and these are the first vaccines that should be administered.