Puppies need a series of vaccinations to protect them from serious diseases. Here's a guide to the puppy vaccination schedule and what to expect.
Core vaccines are essential for all puppies. They protect against the most common and dangerous diseases
Non-core vaccines are recommended for puppies in certain areas or at risk for certain diseases.
Puppies typically receive their first vaccinations at 6-8 weeks old. They then receive a series of booster shots every 2-4 weeks until they are 16-20 weeks old.
Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect your puppy from disease.
Before your puppy's vaccinations, it's important to talk to your veterinarian about their health history and any risks they may have.
After your puppy's vaccinations, it's important to monitor them for any side effects. If you notice any concerns, contact your veterinarian immediately.