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What is the most suitable period for us to vaccinate dogs?

Dogs in the suburbs are far more likely to be infected than those in the city, and the reason for this is that almost all owners in the city regularly vaccinate their pets, far fewer people were vaccinated in the suburbs. So how much of an effect does the vaccine have on infectious diseases, you can tell from the proportion of infectious diseases that dogs get in suburban and urban areas. So when should dogs be vaccinated?

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1. Dog Vaccinations:

In general, dogs who are a little older are much more likely to be safe from vaccination, which can start at 30-45 days of age, but only if they are healthy, otherwise, it’s just gonna backfire. After the first vaccination, we can give the dog a second one every two weeks. What we should note here is that we can not give the dog a bath during the vaccination period, because the dog’s resistance is relatively poor after the bath, and the vaccination has a certain impact on the dog, so we must eliminate the interference of external factors. Then we had the third injection every two weeks. From now on, it’s just a once-a-year injection. Although the vaccine can not prevent 100% of the virus infection, the dog can greatly reduce the risk of disease, so when the dog vaccinated or not vaccination is very important for the dog’s body.

2. Common reactions of dogs after Vaccination:

Most people choose to vaccinate their dogs to avoid rabies or infectious diseases as much as possible. Before the vaccination, the general doctor will ask if the dog is in good health recently, and will help him to check whether his temperature is normal. This is because a good vaccine is inherently less toxic, and if it is not injected in a healthy state it is likely to cause a reaction. What are the common reactions in dogs after vaccination?

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Some dogs may experience mild discomfort after vaccination because the vaccine itself is a virus that has been processed by humans and is less invasive. Some dogs may experience symptoms such as poor appetite and low energy levels after vaccination, however, as the dog slowly adapt, generally 1-2 days after it will be fine, the dog’s body will slowly return to normal. But it can be more serious if the owner doesn’t listen to the doctor and insists on injecting the dog in poor health, such as high fever, dry nose, intense vomiting, blood in the urine, and convulsions. Then the owner can not hesitate to immediately send to the pet hospital for examination and treatment. So the vaccine must be in all the dogs in good condition under the injection, or it may be counterproductive to their dogs infected with the virus, then the owner will regret it.