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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Vaccinations

It has been a long time but tell me if this is right (I can't remember). I have always used the 'killed virus' vaccinations . If you used a "modified live virus" do and how long can the virus be shed?
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I have to use a new vet today for an animal (mine is out of town) and have a situation.
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oh boy. I know we used a modified live...I think most do now except rabies. Can your vet answer that question?




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I think so but I have not used this vet before, people I know have and he is expensive. So I do have the right to say what test I want done but want to know how bad I messed up too before I get there. Lets say someone has a 8 week old pup that got a live vac and went around a 4 week old puppy that has not even had a vac yet??
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and the four week old pup had to be pulled from her mama at right before it was three weeks.
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If the pup is 4 weeks, keep it away from going outside in the soil and vaccinate at 6 weeks.
A 5-way vaccine.

Use a pee pad and an x-pen or a large tote with pine shavings.
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I think page 34 of that pdf applies to your situation. Definitely talk to the vet.




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If the pup is 4 weeks, keep it away from going outside in the soil and vaccinate at 6 weeks.
A 5-way vaccine.

Use a pee pad and an x-pen or a large tote with pine shavings.
I hope and pray we can get her to six weeks and she is inside getting ready to be upgraded to a play pen.
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I think page 34 of that pdf applies to your situation. Definitely talk to the vet.
I am going to print that and make a book. I started at page 31 and read what I could.
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