Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Common Questions About Vaccinations

General questions about the vaccination should be understood by dog owners, as a priority. One common question is whether the dog should be vaccinated in the first week of age or not. The dogs do not need to be vaccinated within five to six weeks of age. But, if they do not receive the vaccination, the vaccination against the parvoviral infections used to kill the virus and the measles vaccine can be given.

Another common question is whether the dog is vaccinated Bordetella disease and Lyme disease vaccine. No, this vaccine is only optional. Can the parvoviral vaccine can be used in the first week of life? No it will interfere with maternal antibody levels.

Can a pregnant animal be vaccinated? Yes. Two to three weeks earlier to pregnancy activity that is expected, pregnant animals can be vaccinated against viral diseases. This helps to provide antibodies to the young mothers to give birth. Is there a need to give rabies vaccine for dogs? Yes. This is a must to go to anti-rabies vaccine for dogs.

When this anti-rabies vaccine given to dogs, what precautions one needs to do in this case? The rabies vaccine is given at the age of thirteen to fifteen weeks of age and must be repeated in fifteen months and then once in three years. It is important that the dog is given this vaccine.

However, this depends on the risk area. Is there a need for dog distemper vaccination in case of a dog? Yes. There are special requirements in the case of dogs to distemper vaccinations for dogs. The disease is more common in most countries.

Is there a vaccine against leptospirosis and at what age, dogs should be vaccinated? This is to be given at the age of six to eight weeks of age, again at tenth to twelfth weeks, and again at the age of thirteen to sixteen weeks.


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