Lazy S Kennels
Your Babies health starts long before they are born. Mom maintain their health with vaccinations and diet through out the year. Two weeks after Mom is bred we start her on a diet of high protein puppy food made by Diamond
We began a worm prevention program at two weeks old and every two weeks until the puppy is adopted. Ask your Vet for his or her recommendation for a worm prevention program.
Your Baby will have had his or her first set of shots before you take them home. Puppies need a set of shots every three weeks starting 6 weeks old. Then continue under the direction of Vet every three weeks until they are 18 weeks old
Puppy Vaccination Schedule
Puppy’s Age Recommended Vaccinations
6 to 8 weeks Distemper, measles, parainfluenza Bordatella
10 to 12 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus) Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Bordatella, Lyme disease
12 to 24 weeks Rabies None
14 to 16 weeks DHPP Coronavirus, Lyme disease, Leptospirosis
12 to 16 months Rabies, DHPP Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Boradetella, Lyme diseaseEvery
1 to 2 years DHPP Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, Lyme diseaseEvery
1 to 3 years Rabies (as required by law) None
Getting your adult dog vaccinated may be more controversial than you think. Some people, including many vets, believe adult pets are overvaccinated and think that too many vaccinations pose health risks. Others believe vaccinations should be performed yearly to keep dangerous diseases like distemper from getting a hold on the pet population like they did in decades past.Your adult dog may not need annual vaccinations and can instead have titer tests — tests that check a dog’s immunity levels — to determine exactly which vaccinations are needed. One exception is the rabies vaccine, which is regulated by law and may be required every one to three years, depending on where you live and the type of rabies vaccine the vet uses.