Vaccines (Dogs)

Rabies 1 year or 3 year.   Puppies must be at least 3 months old to get the rabies vaccine.  The first rabies vaccination is one-year duration.  Later rabies vaccinations are 3-year duration.Rabies is a fatal disease that can infect all warm-blooded animals.


DAPPV (distemper-parvo-parainfluenza) vaccine.  This is the most important to protect puppies and dogs from deadly viruses common from unvaccinated dogs.   It is a highly contagious and potentially fatal disease. Puppies get a series of DAPPVs from 7 weeks to about 14-16 weeks of age.   Dogs get the DAPPV vaccine once a year.


Leptospirosis  add-on to DAPPV.  Good idea for dogs over ~15 lb but not recommended for very small dogs or young puppies.    For the lepto vaccine alone (without DAPPV) the price is $15 without combo vaccine.

$10 when given with DAPPV

 Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine.  Important for dogs that go to groomers, boarding kennels or doggy day cares.
1-year duration


 Lyme disease vaccine.   For dogs with high exposure to ticks.  Boost once in 3-5 weeks, then once a year.


 Canine Influenza vaccine (CIV)  Recommended if your dog is traveling to an area known to have cases of canine influenza. Two initial doses of the vaccine are required (3-5 weeks apart) then annual boosters. 


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