Yes, get your pup to a vet for diagnosis!
But Please Do NOT allow any more vaccinations until this is cleared up.
Instructions on vaccinations state that only "healthy" dogs should be vaccinated. And Your pup is not
in a healthy state at the moment.
"The most disturbing, relatively routine, veterinary practice is vaccinating ill or compromised animals. I am appalled that this is still happening yet I hear from my clients that it is more the norm than the exception.
Vaccinating a stressed or ill dog violates our Hippocratic Oath: Above All Do No Harm
When an animal is going in for surgery or chemo, or has an autoimmune disease or neoplastic condition [a tumor], or even a chronic immune challenge such as allergies or endocrine/metabolic diseases, they are at a high increased risk to an adverse reaction to any vaccine.
I liken such vaccination to playing Russian Roulette with an animal’s immune system — with 5 of the 6 barrels loaded, not just 1.
If negative reactions are severe enough, and immediate, most people will connect the reaction to the shot. However, if the reaction develops over a few weeks or months, you may not tie it to the shot – and your vet probably won’t either.
In standard veterinary practice, we have brief appointments and are very busy, I regret to say, treating many of the dis-ease states that we as a profession, with the help of the pet food industry, have created. It is only through laborious record review that I made the connection.
Be bold and stand up for your pet especially when he or she is not feeling well. Just say NO to vaccinations and start researching."
Read more vet's statements about this topic here: Vaccinating Sick Dogs and Cats: A Recipe for Bad Reactions | Truth4Dogs