Vaccinations for Dogs

Vaccinations are not a one time thing – your dog requires boosters to ensure that the levels of antibodies are high enough to protect from these diseases:

Distemper is a serious and sometimes fatal disease that attacks the body’s tissues. Symptoms include runny eyes and nose, diarrhea, a fever, loss of appetite, coughing and possible seizures. The main carriers of this virus are: coyotes, raccoons, foxes, wolves, ferrets, skunks, and other infected dogs.

Parvovirus is also serious, and fatal if left untreated. This virus attacks the intestinal tract, thus breaking down the lining and preventing the absorption of water and nutrients necessary for the body to live. Symptoms include: severe vomiting and diarrhea leading to dehydration. Both may have a

This is a form of kennel cough that attacks the respiratory system. Symptoms include: mild coughing, nasal discharge, fever, and sometimes seizures.

This is also a form of kennel cough which attacks the respiratory system. Symptoms include: mild coughing and runny nose, but can be severe in puppies, older or debilitated dogs.

This is another form of kennel cough. Symptoms include: mild coughing and runny nose. Rabies is a virus which attacks the nervous system and is transmitted through a bite or saliva. This disease is transmissible to humans and is fatal in both humans and animals.

REMEMBER… immunity does not start immediately!

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