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Puppies typically receive vaccinations for diseases such as parvovirus and bordetella as early as six to eight weeks. At nine weeks of age, puppies are also given vaccines for Lyme disease. The rabies vaccination is not given until puppies are 16 weeks old.
Veterinarians may sometimes vary vaccination schedules based on a dog's age, and the geographic area.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|