VACCINATION and DeWORMING SCHEDULE / RECORD
: VACCINE / SCHEDULE /RECORD
8 weeks of age: Vanguard® Plus 5 prevents canine Distemper, Adenovirus Type 1 (Hepatitis), Adenovirus Type 2 (Respiratory Disease), Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus
12 weeks of age: Vanguard® Plus 5 prevents canine Distemper, Adenovirus Type 1 (Hepatitis), Adenovirus Type 2 (Respiratory Disease), Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus
16 weeks of age: Vanguard® Plus 5 prevents canine Distemper, Adenovirus Type 1 (Hepatitis), Adenovirus Type 2 (Respiratory Disease), Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus
Each Vaccine should be given at least 3-4 weeks apart and only give one vaccine at a time again very important >>> NEVER MORE THAN ONE VACCINE AT A TIME at least 3-4 weeks apart!
If you are or will be traveling with your puppy, you may need to wait longer than 3-4 weeks apart before next vaccine is given.
: ONLY GIVE
VANGUARD PLUS 5 OR PROGARD 5 OR SIMILAR
NEVER GIVE THE FOLLOWING VACCINATIONS TO YOUR (Teacup & Toy size) PUPPY
The following vaccines have been reported to have serious reactions in small breed Teacup and Toy puppies.
CORONA VIRUS, LEPTOSPOROSIS, SERIES 7 BOOSTERS and LYME
: WARNING / BORDETELLA VACCINE
8 weeks of age: Vanguard® B Oral Bordetella Bronchiseptica Vaccine
12 months of age: Vanguard® B Oral Bordetella Bronchiseptica Vaccine
We have found numerous reactions to the Bordetella vaccinations and have only given Bordetella vaccine to your puppy under supervisory conditions. Puppy should not receive another Bordetella vaccine until his/her ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY.
<<< RABIES VACCINE >>>
We Strongly Recommend using much CAUTION when your Veterinarian administers the RABIES VACCINE. If you and your Veterinarian choose to give the rabies vaccine, please use extra caution. Every puppy is different and requires special care that fits his/her needs. We recommend waiting to administer the Rabies Vaccine after you puppy has reached his/her ONE YEAR BIRTHDAY.
: DeWORMING SCHEDULE / RECORD
Your puppy has been Wormed using PANACUR and Drontal Plus
Two weeks of age:
Four weeks of age:
Six weeks of age:
Eight weeks of age:
Twelve weeks of age:
Sixteen weeks of age:
Six months of age:
One Year of age:
For the entire life of the puppy, he/she is to never have any Flea and Tick prevention administered. It’s sold at a lot of stores and at the veterinarian office. Non-prescription or prescription, liquid drops, oral medication, collars, shampoo and even spray or granules for the yard. All these products are very toxic and can lead to the death in a puppy or adult dog. Before puppy goes to new home, we make sure to take every precaution to keep puppy safe from flea, ticks and other poisons in and outside the home.
Please, take extra precaution, especially during the spring and summer for not just your yard but neighbor’s yard, public parks, etc. If the grass looks wet, it might be sprayed with poison and not rain water.
Always consult with your Veterinarian for the care of your puppy. You should always feel at ease with the care and attention to detail your veterinarian gives to you and your puppy. If you don’t feel comfortable with your current veterinarian, then it may be time to search for a veterinarian that will meet you and your puppy’s needs.
Your puppy is smaller than most breeds. Your puppy requires a much more different approach when providing and administering health and medical care, than it does for a larger puppy.