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|06-19-2014 01:10 AM|
Most places now accept 3 year Dhpp. You should talk to your vet about them.
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|06-19-2014 01:05 AM|
|06-18-2014 11:28 PM|
One note especially. Never rabies with other vaccines. NO vaccines are not law, except rabies seems in the U.S. In Canada too, but seems not to be strictly enforced. No rabies police.
Not a such a great vet if he is ignoring the AVMA's guidelines and still doing annual. Sigh.
|06-18-2014 08:18 PM|
|katieliz||Yearly boosters are primarily a money-maker for the veterinary profession. More and more people are becoming aware of the dangers and side effects of over-vaccination. Rabies as required, and then only the three year. Imho.|
|06-18-2014 03:42 PM|
|eddie1976E||I think rabies in the only one required by law in most places.|
|06-18-2014 03:41 PM|
|06-18-2014 03:40 PM|
Originally Posted by eddie1976E View Post
|06-18-2014 03:37 PM|
Originally Posted by katieliz View Post
isn't it the law? Esp rabies?
Also required for boarding?
|06-18-2014 03:34 PM|
|katieliz||Are you getting them yearly booster vaccines? If so, you might want to look into the necessity and safety of doing that.|
|06-18-2014 03:31 PM|
|eddie1976E||What vaccines? Allergic reactions are common. Swelling at the injection site is very common. Stiffness, lethargy, are also common. Mine had lose stool, slow/stiffness, lethargic/calm (compared to his normal crazy self). That is about it. I was told to give him a couple of benadryl. Mine bounced back to normal the next day. Although the bump at the injection site might stick around up to a month. His has gone down alot.|
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