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A. Some vaccines especially in adult dogs can be safely given in the same time ( like for rabies and infectious diseases). They are usually connected to safe time of owner and don’t allow the owner to forget about the second vaccine.

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Immune systems can respond to many millions of antigens and germs at the same time. This means you can easily build immunity and get protection from multiple vaccines at the same time.
It`s based on how your child`s immune system responds to vaccines at various ages, and how likely your baby is to be exposed to a particular disease. This ensures your little one is protected from 14 potentially serious diseases at exactly the right time.
When an animal is due for multiple vaccines, the question is whether to give all the vaccines at one veterinary visit or spread the vaccines among more than one visit. For Dr. Patrick Carney, the answer is clearly to give all the vaccines at once.
If two live vaccines are not given on the same day, they need to be spaced at least 4 weeks apart. If both pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) and 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23) are indicated for a high-risk patient, these vaccines should not be given at the same visit.
Mixing vaccines may enhance the immune response, and it increases flexibility for when people need a booster dose but doses of the vaccine they first received are not available.
Is it safe to “mix and match” vaccines? Yes. The CDC and FDA thoroughly reviewed the available data before making this recommendation. If you prefer getting a booster that is from the same manufacturer as your initial vaccine series, you may do so.
Once you`ve had your 1st dose you need to wait several weeks before getting your 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccination. You need to wait: 8 weeks (56 days) if you`re aged 18 years old or over. 12 weeks (84 days) if you or your child are aged 5 to 17 years old.
Two or more injectable or nasally administered live vaccines not administered on the same day should be separated by at least 4 weeks (Table 3-4), to minimize the potential risk for interference.
Until your puppy is fully protected by vaccination: don`t allow them to mix with dogs of unknown vaccination status. keep to the limits of your home and garden when letting your puppy explore the world on their own four paws. take them out as much as possible by carrying them.
Anaphyla: When you vaccinate your dog twice, it could have reactions like anaphylaxis. Symptoms of this include diarrhea, weakness and seizures. Anaphylaxis is rare, however when treated poorly, it could lead to death.
Rabies vaccine may be given at the same time as other vaccines. Tell your vaccination provider if the person getting the vaccine: Has had an allergic reaction after a previous dose of rabies vaccine, or has any severe, life-threatening allergies. Has a weakened immune system.
Only a severe allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis) to a vaccine component is a true contraindication to vaccination.
Mixed or combined vaccination involves the simultaneous use of two or more vaccines or toxoids for protection of the organism against more than one disease.
The bivalent COVID-19 vaccines have two mRNA components: one of which corresponds to the original strain of the virus that is broadly protective against COVID-19 and the other corresponds to the omicron variant BA. 4 and BA. 5 lineages to provide better protection against COVID-19 caused by the omicron variant.
If a baby is eligible, they will be offered the pneumococcal vaccine when they`re 12 weeks old, with a booster dose given between 12 and 13 months. The pneumococcal booster dose between 12 and 13 months is usually given at the same time as the Hib/MenC, MMR and MenB vaccines.
Now, the reason children are given so many vaccines is that all of those vaccines prevent disease that can cause children to suffer, be hospitalized, cause permanent harm or, occasionally, die.
The 6-in-1 vaccine is very safe. It`s killed (inactivated), which means it does not contain any live organisms, so there`s no risk of your baby getting the conditions from the vaccine.
If you received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, the CDC recommends you get your second dose 3 weeks (or 21 days) after your first. If you received the Moderna vaccine, the CDC recommends you get your second dose 4 weeks (or 28 days) after your first.
Safety of vaccines. Your child will need many vaccines before the age of 2 years. Some of them need to be given in more than one dose. This means that your child could have up to five shots at one office visit.
If vaccines are given too close together, it can result in a less than optimal immune response. However, in most instances, a difference of a few days is unlikely to have a negative effect on immune response.
Yes. There is no harm in getting two different vaccines at the same time. In fact, if you haven`t already been immunized against hepatitis A, consider getting that done too.
That said, vets also strongly caution against any contact with unknown or unvaccinated dogs prior to your puppy receiving their full set of vaccinations.
Combination shots are part of the unethical practice of over-vaccination of pets. They should have no place in your dog`s health care regimen. And vets who use them should have no place in your dog`s life.

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Q. Why two different types of vaccine should be given at same tyme and not several days apart??
ANSWER : A. Some vaccines especially in adult dogs can be safely given in the same time ( like for rabies and infectious diseases). They are usually connected to safe time of owner and don’t allow the owner to forget about the second vaccine.

Q. Hi I just bought a German shepherd who is almost 3 months old, h has gotten his 1st puppy shots from his previous owner, what other shots does he need
ANSWER : A. Puppies should be given 3 rounds of vaccinations, ideally at 8, 12, and 16 weeks. Typically the vaccination against distemper and parvo (that’s one vaccination against 2 diseases) is given at all 3 visits. Rabies is given only once when they are 16 weeks old.

Depending on where you live and your puppy’s lifestyle, your vet may also recommend a vaccination against leptosporosis (given at 12 and 16 weeks) and against kennel cough (it varies, but they are usually given two of those as well).

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Q. I have a jack russle puppy gave hem his first puppy shot my self he is a little over 6 months now and was wondering if he needed a booster shot
ANSWER : A. I would recommend that your puppy have at least 2 vaccinations, approximately 3 weeks apart in order to acquire proper immunity. If it has been longer than 3 weeks since the first shot, start over and do 2 shots at 3 week intervals. You will be required, however, to get his Rabies vaccination from a licensed veterinarian and this vaccine should have already been given. The recommended age for a Rabies vaccine is 16 weeks, or 4 months of age. It is always better to have all of your vaccinations given by a licensed veterinarian to ensure that your vaccine is of good quality, had been stored and shipped at proper temperature and is safe.

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Q. Tried to vaccinate my dog with a solo jec 9 vaccine but only gave the dilutent part and forgot to mix vaccine. Any cause for alarm?
ANSWER : A. No cause for alarm here. The diluent portion of that vaccine is likely actually a part of the vaccination (usually the Leptospirosis portion). It isn’t a major health concern but you did not give the vaccine you intended to give. You should call the vaccine manufacturer and discuss the situation with them and see what the recommend you do. It is always a good idea to call your veterinarian to discuss any vaccines you intend to give so they can help you decide what vaccines are appropriate for your pet.

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Q. I had 3 8 week old German shep pups. The pups had worms and blood in their poop so I give them a 9-1 shot from the feed store. 2 days later they died
ANSWER : A. Were they also vomiting? It’s possible they had parvo but its also possible it could be a number of other things.. I would highly recommend not to give your own vaccinations but rather take them to their regular veterinarian for a proper check up. 8 weeks is the perfect time for their first of three puppy examinations with shots. A lot of vets do not honor vaccination given by breeders because you have no idea if it was properly given or how the vaccinations were kept or if they were kept at the correct temperatures. Also a vaccination is not going to treat against intestinal parasites

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Q. My dog is vomiting. She was sick 3 days prior-dry heaving. She seemed back to normal yesterday and today but when I got home tonight she hasn’t eaten
ANSWER : A. There are so many different causes for vomtiing, some less serious than others. How old is she and is she on any medications ? What do you normally feed her and could she have eaten something different that could have upset her stomach ? Is she a scavenger ? Has she been treated for worms and are her vaccinations up to date ? Is he normally healthy etc ? A very frequent scenario is alimentary indiscretion, and it normally resolves by feeding the dog a bland diet in smaller portions, after starving for a set number of days. If vomiting persists or appears after a few days, you want to make sure that there is nothing more serious going on like an obstruction or pancreatitis. I would recommend to have her checked over by your vet today.

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Q. I’ve given my dog all their puppy shots but I don’t want to do yearly immunizations, any one here do a titer test instead?
ANSWER : A. The first yearly booster should always be given as long term protection can not be relied upon from puppy vaccinations. Titers are marketed for dogs but the unanswered issue is at what level is a dog unprotected and at risk and the rate at which antibody levels drop from being above this level to being dangerously low. Should the dog be retested monthly in order to assess when to vaccinate and if you miss this do you put the dog at unacceptable risk? Vaccination schedules in dogs over 2years of age can be modified depending on lifestyle and not all are required to be given every 12months, some are indeed licensed for 3 year cover and your local clinics can advise on which diseases are most prevalent in your area and the most appropriate schedule for your individual pet

Q. Is my puppy the runt, we went to see him and he is the second smallest, but he was eating fine, other puppy were jumping on him and he was alone.
ANSWER : A. If a bitch is bred every day (not advised) or every other day for several days, the puppies from the last breeding will not have been in utero as long as the ones from the first breeding, and so will have had fewer days in which to grow and will be smaller than their “older” littermates. This could be why your puppy is smaller than some of the others. He simply may not have an assertive temperament, but rather a submissive one, so the tough guys jump on him. I would ask the breeder about his general behavior, as you may have just caught him on an odd day. I am available for consult if you have more questions–just click on the link on my profile page.