Yes it can as well as other vaccines your vet may administer to your pet. Like people dogs are individuals too and some may not have any side effects while others may be sleepy, lethargic, off their food, be constipated or have diarrhea and it generally lasts for a day or two. If it should last longer then phone your vet. Make sure your dog has fresh water at all times.
It's rare, so you should talk to your vet ASAP.
Bordetella is often combined with the parainfluenza vaccine. The vaccine has a short duration of immunity, and dogs need to be re-vaccinated every 6 months.
This can happen, but then, it is very rare. This can happen in man also.
Yes for up to 24 hours. If it lasts longer, its not the vaccine causing it.
No it does not. The same dosage is given to large as to small dogs.
The rabies vaccine is the only injection legally required for dogs in many jurisdictions.
No, it's one year. It's the rabies vaccine that is good for three years--provided the vet uses the three-year kind. I understand for puppies and some other dogs the one-year rabies vaccine is better. Check with your vet.
Since there is more than one type of vaccine, there is more than one clinical name for rabies vaccines in dogs. These include Rabvac, Defensor, Rabdomun, Prorab and Imrab.
When it comes to dogs, distemper is a disease that dogs need to be vaccinated against. The vaccine given is for parvo and distemper together, both are potentially deadly diseases for dogs. So distempering could mean giving the vaccine to the dog, though I have never heard it referred to in that way.
Inject into the ruff of the neck Tetanus is very rare in dogs who have been shown to be resistant to the toxin. There is a potential risk in the vaccine itself, which makes this vaccine rarely given to dogs. See you veterinary surgeon first.
Only a veterinarian may give the rabies vaccine which all state do require. It is a requirement for a dog tag also
You must inject a Rabies Vaccine into a dogs hind leg muscle.
it is a combination of 5 other vaccine its really good for the dog
A Plus 5 is a five way vaccine that is given to dogs to prevent diseases.
I only give my dogs the bordetella vaccine if I am going to be showing them or boarding them in a kennel. Otherwise if they are home and not exposed to a lot of other dogs, then I do not vaccinate for bordetella. It doesn't hurt to vaccinate for bordetella though. It is just an extra expense for me.
DHLP/Parvo vaccine. You can also get the vaccine with Corona added too. The vaccine is for Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto, Parainfluenza & Parvo. A pup needs a series of vaccines (check with your Veterinarian) and thereafter, a booster once a year.
Cataracts especially in older dogs and dogs with diabetes
They can but it most likely doesn't happen. Like a 1 in 1 billion chance!
Thefirst rabies vaccine was developed by Louis Pasteur in 1885.
The dog would be due for a rabies vaccine and a distemper/parvo combination vaccine. Depending on the area, other vaccines may also be indicated.
Yes, dogs can cause problems including house damage and strains on relationships.
In the UK the dog licence was abolished in 1987. No licence is required for dogs as pets. A veterinarian will vaccinate a dog for a fee. Their fees vary.
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Many things can cause common diarrhea in dogs such as worms, chocolate and coffee.