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Vaccinations

What diseases should my dog be vaccinated against?


Canine Distemper, Canine Infectious Hepatitis and Canine Parvovirus are three viral diseases that can be fatal for your dog. A vaccination against these three diseases is mandatory for all dogs.

When should my dog be vaccinated?


Your dog should be administered with a temporary vaccination from six to ten weeks of age, with further injections required. You should consult your veterinary surgeon for advice on a formal vaccination schedule and whether your dog requires any other vaccinations.

Are there any other vaccinations available for my dog?


A vaccination against Kennel Cough (an upper respiratory infection of dogs) is also available. While this disease is not fatal, vaccination is advisable to keep your dog safe from the illness.
 
 

 
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