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Interesting read regarding puppy vaccinations

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« on: February 14, 2013, 10:53:08 am »

Wishy, our vet did the same thing, spacing the vaccines apart. When our dogs got to be senior citizens (about 12) we didn't (don't) have them get vaccines. They don't go out except to go potty and aren't in the company of other dogs, so we feel it is no longer necessary for them to be given vaccines. Hooch is walked 3 times a day so she comes in contact with many people and other dogs so she will get her shots until she no longer is able to to go for walks.

I wouldn't let the Drs give my children vaccines until they were over a year old because I was concerned about reactions, both instant and long term. My GF can't get any shot that is made with horse serum, it must be made with duck serum or she has an anaphylactic reaction.
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