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A puppy's first 5-in-1 shot should be given when they are around six weeks old. The dose is then repeated every two to four weeks until the puppy is 16 weeks old. This means that most puppies get a shot at 6 to 8 weeks, then 12 weeks and 16 weeks.
Puppies require three sets of vaccines to properly prepare their little bodies to fight off the contagious and deadly diseases, out in that big new world. They receive their first set of vaccines at 8 weeks of age, then we see them again at 12 and 16 weeks of age for two more rounds.
Some animal hospitals will sell vaccine to breeders, physicians and nurses, and other pet owners who wish to vaccinate their own pets. A release form may be required to be read and signed prior to selling vaccines. (NOT including Rabies vaccine.
Primary vaccination is essential in order to prevent the once common deadly puppy diseases. However, recent research indicates that not all vaccines require yearly boosters. There is no evidence that annual booster vaccination is anything but beneficial to the majority of dogs.
0:53 1:41 How to Vaccinate Your Dog at Home (DrsFosterSmith) - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Most vaccines are subcutaneous or injected under the skin. Not into a muscle gently stroke the looseMoreMost vaccines are subcutaneous or injected under the skin. Not into a muscle gently stroke the loose skin over either shoulder lift the skin insert the needle and inject the contents of the syringe.
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Vaccinate at home. Spectra® and Focus® multi-protection vaccines give your furry friends proven protection against the major health risks of cats and dogs. Save time and money when you vaccinate at home, knowing that your pets are getting the same industry-leading protection that veterinarians have trusted for years.
You risk injuring yourself or your dog (any flailing can result in entry into the wrong injection site, injury, incomplete administration, or injury to the owner). Some vaccinations, like rabies shots, cannot be self-administered by owners.
Most vaccines are given in the loose skin on the flank of the cat, while there are some that are intranasal (given through the nose).
Core Vaccines for Cats You cat should be given core vaccinations to keep them protected from the following list of common, severe feline illnesses: Rabies - rabies kill lots of mammals every year, even humans. This vaccine is mandatory for cats in the majority of states.
DO-IT-YOURSELF FOR JUST A FEW DOLLARS PER DOSE. Feline Focus® is a combination vaccine especially for do-it-yourself inoculation. Focus offers immunity against major feline health risks from kittens to your older cats.

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