Puppy Vaccinations

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When should puppies be vaccinated, and what is each shot for?

Puppy Vaccinations

Puppies typically are vaccinated at eight weeks, twelve weeks, sixteen weeks, and twenty weeks of age. Schedules may vary depending on your veterinarian. Occasionally, location plays a role as well as since some diseases are more common in certain areas. Here's a sample schedule:

• 8 weeks – DHPPLC (includes distemper, adenovirus, parvovirus, parainfluenza, leptospirosis, and coronavirus), Bordetella

• 12 weeks – DHPPLC, Lyme disease, Rabies

• 16 weeks – DHPPLC

• 20 weeks DHPPLC

   

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