Take your puppy to the vet at six weeks of age. Vaccinations for puppies typically begin when the dog is between six to eight weeks of age.
Start with the combination vaccine for puppies. Most combination shots contain antibodies that protect against distemper, hepatitis, adenovirus cough, parainfluenza and parvovirus.
Return the puppy to the vet every three to four weeks for additional booster shots. Your vet will give your pet at least two doses of the combination vaccine.
Set up an appointment for your puppy to receive the rabies vaccine. Most breeders and vets recommend the dog be at least six months old before they receive this vaccination.
Look for any reactions to the vaccines. If your dog has swelling or vomiting one to two days after receiving the vaccination, contact your vet.
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