Give benedryl orally. Child's dose or half if its a small dog. Adult strength for larger dogs. (It's a very forgiving drug and it is unlikely that you will overdose the dog. If there is any difficulty breathing, please see a vet immediately. If your dog is 12 and is having a reaction for the first time, the vaccine components may have changed or your dog may have been given a vaccine that he or she has not had before. Good luck,
Depends on what the shot is. The pain may be an adverse reaction your body is having to it.
A gun shot.
It depends where you are, and what vaccinations you're talking about. On average, rabies shots (do not give these yearly, unless it is mandatory by law) cost $25. Distemper shots and others cost $30 ea, and should not be given yearly.
If you are lucky and everything goes well just for shots and yearly check up around 200.00
You mean his shots that all dogs should get? If so, it should be done at 4 to 6 months to start on their shots and continue on into adulthood and then a yearly shots to keep it going.
Wilt Chamberlaine having 100 shots.
If they don't look right, are having birthing problems, or they are sick, then yes. But they don't need rabies shots or anything. They aren't like dogs and cats, who need a yearly checkup.
Cats are routinely immunized yearly along with any booster shots necessary .
Yes. A Person can have a reaction to the Rabies Shots that are given to counter the Rabies Virus. Just as a person can have a reaction to any medication. However, if the dog was found to not have Rabies then the reaction will not have anything to do with the person having/getting rabies.
depends on the breed and size of the dog. For a healthy dog with a yearly vet exam, shots, food, toys, accessories, it can be anywhere from $500.00 to $2,000.00 My medium sized dog's yearly expences are right around $800.00
Then you schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to get back on a regular vaccination schedule.
Well, allergy shots dont really cause nausea but, your reaction to them does. As this has happened to me because I take three shots. I was put under imediate care. Exactly what you should do if this happens to you. It's a very serious thing if you have nausea after your shots. Tell your doctor quickly. Nausea after this shot is a sign of reaction that might be life threatining.
Muzzle loading rifles with the capability of 3 to 4 shots a minute have been replaced with full automatic assault rifles with the capability of over 750 shots a minute. There are many other changes.
Yes, he's having sex with his girlfriend and you see shots of his ass/ballsack
No it does not.
Your dog needs to stay healthy, so give them vaccinations and go for yearly check-ups.
The only pregnant women who routinely have shots are Rhesus negative women having Anti-D. Women who have had several miscarriages may have progesterone shots.
not like dogs, they dont have rabbies vac. just if they develop different illnesses, they dont have to get yearly shots like dogs
Muzzle velocity is used to measure the speed of the projectile at is fastest point. That information can be used with the projectiles weight to calculate range and striking force of the gun all this information is need for snipers and other types of marksmen when taking shots over longer distances so they can aim accordingly
it depends... if its a yearly or monthy checkup i would say 1 or 2 but if she/he is sick it could take a couple. :) <3
All depends on the type. Smoothbore muzzle loaders (such as the Brown Bess) were a bit faster than rifled weapons of the period (such as the Kentucky rifle), and a user on average could get off three shots with the Brown Bess, vs. one with the Kentucky, in a minute's time. With the advent of percussion caps, rifled weapons were able to attain a typical two to three rounds per minute.
pregnancy not in the script
Usually its inexpensive under 10.00, the ones at the store do not work, I am talking about tapeworm med, not puppy vaccines, or yearly shots
In armies of the 16-1700's a musket was an infantryman's weapon. Essentially a very old fashioned long gun that loaded at the muzzle for single shots. The men who used them were 'musketeers'.
I would begin with 6.25 mg (1/2 child's dose of 12.5mg)and wait 15-30 minutes. If the swelling has not improved, give an additional 6.25mg. The dog may become sleepy; or sleepy and then excited. Benedryl is a very forgiving drug and it is difficult to overdose with it; however, if your dogs lips and muzzle continue to swell, or there is any difficulty breathing whatsoever, you should get him to a vet immediately so a steroid can be administered IV.