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Canine Vaccinations

RECOMMENDED CANINE VACCINATIONS

PUPPIES
 

6 to 8 Weeks
9 to 11 Weeks
12 to 14 Weeks
15 to 20 Weeks
Pediatric Exam
Pediatric Exam
Pediatric Exam
Pediatric Exam
DHP-Parvo
DHP-Parvo
DHLP-Parvo
DHLP-Parvo
Bordetella
Influenza
Influenza
Heartworm Prevention
Deworming
Deworming
Rabies
 
Heartworm Prevention
Heartworm Prevention
Heartworm Prevention
 
Discuss Flea Control
 
Discuss Spay/Neuter
 

**The initial Pediatric Examination includes a fecal examination to check for intestinal parasites and a test to evaluate for anemia in the puppy.

** Heartworm prevention should be started at 6 weeks of age. The cost of Heartworm prevention varies according to the type of prevention used and the weight of the dog.

**Outside dogs and dogs exposed to tick infested areas should be vaccinated for Lyme’s Disease. Two vaccinations are recommended initially and then once a year.

**Hunting, and dogs that go on family camping trips in areas that rattlesnakes exist, should be vaccinated with the Rattlesnake Vaccine. Two Vaccinations are recommended initially and then once a year.

 Adult Dogs

Annual Examination
Rabies Canine 1year Booster/or 3 year Booster
DHLP-Parvo Booster
Bordetella
Influenza
Fecal Examination
Heartworm/Lyme/Ehrlichia / Anaplas Test
 
Other Considerations for the Adult Dog:

Thyroid Panel-A blood test to detect Hypothyroidism, a disease caused by abnormal thyroid hormones. Symptoms may include decreased energy, increased sleeping, dry skin, and dark pigment in skin. Obesity.

Geriatric Examinations-Lab tests to determine various organ functions

CBC (Complete Blood Count), Chest Exam/X-rays, Chemistry Panels

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