Vaccinations

 

Vaccinations protect against

 

  • distemper

  • hepatitis­

  • parvovirus­

  • leptospirosis

 

They can start as early as six  weeks of age, but preferably 7-8 weeks old, with a second injection 3 weeks later. When you buy your puppy ask whether it has has any injections and what is still required. Do not let your puppy encounter oth­er dogs until it has had a full course and is properly ­protected. 

 

Thereafter annual boosters are required to maintain immunity.

 

Kennel Cough Vaccination can be done along with regular vaccinations and is recommended if your pup is going to puppy classes or is likely to come into contact with other dogs such as in kennels, parks, shoots etc