Dog vaccination

DOGS: We vaccinate against: distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, kennel cough, coronavirus (causing diarrhea), leptospirosis and rabies. We use a new, modern vaccine that contains the current Parvovirus and has been shown to have a three-year vaccination against distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and rabies causes.

The puppies will be immunized by 2-3 vaccinations (depending on the age of the puppy at the first vaccination) at intervals of 4 weeks. The first vaccination can now be made at the 6th week of life. Thus the curious pup can safely explore his environment and for example visit the puppy dog playhouse.

The final dose should take place in the 16th week of life, just as the pup develops a reliable own immune response. A revaccination (booster) should take place at the age of 15 months, then the primary series is completed and the next “big” vaccination is only due again three years later because the cycle for revaccination for distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and rabies is 3 years.

Furthermore, annual booster vaccinations against various infectious diseases are required! In addition to parainfluenza (kennel cough) and Corona (causing diarrhea) – if these vacciations will be required we will find out together with you during a talk  – it is primarily highly recommended to have an annual booster vaccination against leptospirosis, a disease transmissible to humans.

Of course, even adult dogs that are already pre-inoculated with other vaccines, can be converted to the new vaccine, thus benefiting from the three-year vaccination against distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and rabies. Even a single injection is sufficient here. In addition, we offer the vaccine against Lyme disease – a tick-transmitted disease.

We can rule out a possible existing infection during a quick test of your pet and perform a vaccination directly afterwards. This is already possible for puppies from their 12th week of life on. To achieve adequate immunization, vaccination should be vaccinated twice at an interval of three to five weeks. After a year a booster vaccination is then due to achieve the primary immunization,  which will vaccinate your dog for one more year.