dog Vaccinations November 20, 2013 at 5:06 pm

The puppy is not vaccinated should not be taken for a walk ! You can only go out with him , carrying him in her arms. The source of infection , such as distemper or parvovirosis are not only other dogs , but also places where dogs are present , pee , they do together, vomit , or soil, grass , pavement, street – everywhere can be dangerous for your puppy distemper or parvovirosis germs . The puppy should not also play shoes , where you can bring home pathogenic germs .Dog’s vaccination plan sets veterinarian . It depends on the degree of threat of communicable diseases in the area and the conditions under which resides a puppy.Dog Vaccination should start at the age of 6-8 weeks. Early vaccination of puppies is desirable for several reasons:puppy’s body is very susceptible to canine distemper virus infection and parvovirosis .



Particularly at risk of being infected puppies are raised without bitches that have no immune antibodies provided by colostrum and bitch puppies weaned from bitches too early , ie before the age of 6 weeks of agedog is not vaccinated should not be taken for a walk, because contact with other dogs or even just sniffing and licking the place where walking , pee , they do together, throw up other dogs can be infected with distemper or parvovirosisdistemper is usually fatal disease , characterized by inflammation of the respiratory system ( nose to the lungs) , conjunctivitis, gastrointestinal and central nervous system ( which results in convulsions and seizures ) . Parvovirosis is a very serious disease with hemorrhagic gastroenteritis and myocarditis , and often , even with aggressive treatment ends in death .Early vaccination puppy ( 6-8 weeks ) to a large extent, protects it from getting sick in the second – the third month of life and allow for early exit, but it gives only short-term immunity. For this reason, vaccinations carried out in the second and third months of age must be repeated after the end of the dog three months of age .Onset of immunity after vaccination takes about two weeks , so going out with the dog for a walk can begin no earlier than two weeks after the first vaccination . Must reckon with the possibility of getting a dog within two weeks after the first vaccination , which is due to the following reasons :resistance in the dog develops within two weeks and during this time the dog is still resistant , so it can be caughtwithin two weeks may reveal an infection from the period prior to vaccination , for example, if you do not vaccinated puppy being taken for a walk ( the period from distemper infection or parvovirosis to the disease can take up to 2 weeks).When outputting to walk the dog before the full course of vaccination should know that he is not yet complete immunity. When you move this puppy must be especially careful to avoid places frequented by others (especially stray ) dogs and avoid contact with unfamiliar dogs , probably not vaccinated , or worse , sick . Two weeks after the vaccination can freely go out with the dog for a walk .Grafting can only dogs healthy and dewormed . If your dog has any of the following symptoms : vomiting , diarrhea , the presence of worms in the stool or vomit, cough, osowienie , lack of appetite – this means that the dog is sick and needs treatment by a veterinarian. Dog before and after vaccination should be well nourished . Do not bathe your dog or prior to vaccination , or for 2 weeks after vaccination. Compliance with these rules is to ensure your dog the best conditions to produce high durability. A dog with vomiting and diarrhea ( caused by habits such as errors ) cold (eg after showering ) or overworked does not produce good immunity after vaccination .After vaccination, the dog may occur in reaction poszczepienny general or local .General reaction is osowienie , less appetite , slight fever (normal temperature of a dog in a dog rectal is 38-39 degrees Celsius , feverishness is about 39.2 degrees Celsius ) . These symptoms usually disappear after 2 days . There are other distressing symptoms , such as swelling of the nose and eyelids, recurrent vomiting , and (or ) diarrhea requires immediate contact with a veterinarian.Local reaction is a small, sometimes for the first two days affectionate , lump at the injection site . This lump usually disappears within a few weeks. For very small dogs , painful local reaction may give a picture of the overall reaction in the form of discomfort and hyperalgesia . The dog is then sore , it behaves as if every touch caused him pain. It is good then contact your veterinarian .The basic plan of vaccination of dogs, except those mentioned earlier, distemper and parvovirosis includes canine hepatitis ( Rubarth ‘s disease ), and parainfluenza (this is a flu- like viral infection called . Kennel cough ) and leptospirosis ( a dangerous infectious disease of animals and humans in it, with inflammation liver and kidneys, jaundice , and bloody petechiae ) .Extended vaccination plan may also include such diseases as koronawiroza ( viral infection stomach and intestines) , bordetelloza ( bacterial infection of the respiratory system ) and Lyme disease ( threatening disease transmitted by ticks ) .To the dog was healthy and resistant should be vaccinated against infectious diseases ( distemper , hepatitis , parvovirosis , parainfluenzie , leptospirosis and rabies ) every year throughout his life .

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