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Dogs should receive the first round of vaccines for distemper, parvovirus and canine hepatitis when they reach 6 weeks old, states WebMD. The rabies vaccine should be given as soon as possible, when the dog reaches 12 we... More »

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Keep track of an immunization and vaccination schedule for dogs by using a chart recommended by your veterinarian. Some online sites also provide vaccination schedule charts to use as guides and references in determining... More »

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According to About.com, a DA2PPV vaccine is a canine vaccination for distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus and the parainfluenza viruses. The DA2PPV vaccine, sometimes also known as the DA2PP or DA2PPC vaccine, is a combinati... More »

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Required shots for dogs, or "core vaccines," include vaccines for canine parvovirus, canine hepatitis, rabies and distemper, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Veterinarians admin... More »

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At age six to seven weeks, a veterinarian administers a combined vaccine for coronavirus, distemper, parainfluenza, parvovirus, and hepatitis, repeating it at nine weeks, 12 weeks and 16 weeks of age, according to petMD.... More »

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Some common dog illnesses include parvovirus, distemper, kennel cough, adenovirus and leptospirosis. Parvovirus, colloquially called "parvo," is a contagious illness usually striking dogs ages 12 weeks to 3 years old, wi... More »

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The American Veterinary Medical Association does not suggest a particular kennel cough vaccination schedule. Instead, the organization urges dog owners to consult with their veterinarian to discuss whether or not an indi... More »

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