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There's an article in this week's 'Dog World' about whether dogs need to be vaccinated yearly, or every 3 years. Apparently 10 years ago the DOI (Duration of Immunity) for the vaccinations was one year. Nowadays, all of the big pharmaceutical companies
Just had to say how proud I am of Bailey! Sat in the vets no problem, bit of crying in the waiting room cause he wanted to play with the other dog there lol! Let the vet check him over and didn't even flinch at the jag. He got weighed and was about 4.3kg!
Just wondered if you vaccinate your dogs yearly or whether you have alternative thoughts on yearly vacs?
As i have mentioned in previous posts i had Missy at the Vets this afternoon for a check up. i am glad to say that she is perfectly healthy. Have to keep an eye on her ears though,bit waxy.... The previous owners said they had her vaccinated as a pup
just thought would share this offer from Vets4pets for a limited time only (offer is valid until 31st August 2012), they have reduced the cost of all primary course and booster vaccinations for cats and dogs to just £15 per injection. That's a
It seems that most vets are still avccinating dogs annually for distemper, hepatitis and parvoviur even though the Australian Veterinary Association has advised its member vets that Tri annual vaccinationfor these diseases still gives ample immunity .
Bit worried as foxes are often in our garden. Winnie only had her first vaccination yesterday and she has been going in the garden constantly since Saturday. Is this ok?