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Vaccination Checklist

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Vaccinations, or shots, are one of the key components of preventative wellness care.

They protect your dog from serious diseases by building their immunity. Administering vaccines and boosters at the right time over your dog’s lifetime is really important, as immunity fades over time. Check out our handy guide below to learn more about dog vaccines and schedules.
Vaccinating a dog against infectious diseases is a personal matter, while rabies vaccination for a dog is required by law. In order to protect and prevent diseases such as  Distemper, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis, Infectious Hepatitis, rabies and others, it is necessary to vaccinate the animal in a timely manner. It’s important to administer boosters within a specific time frame, otherwise your dog may have to repeat the entire series of vaccines.

Puppies are vaccinated with a complex vaccine that protects against several dangerous and common diseases at once in two stages following the vaccination schedule. Rabies vaccination is given to puppies older than 3 months in compliance with quarantine. Subsequent revaccination is carried out once a year to maintain immunity to these diseases.

You will receive a vaccination schedule for each puppy individually.
Follow the vaccination schedule and do not risk the health of your tailed pet!