How to Give the Right Vaccines to Your Dog

Having a pet like a dog, of course, there are several things that must be considered, one of which is the vaccination process. Vaccination is the process of administering a vaccine into a pet’s body to provide immunity against certain diseases.

This vaccination becomes an important process and needs to be done on pets so as not to experience dangerous diseases that can even be transmitted to humans, which are usually seen from the characteristics of a sick dog.

To carry out the vaccination, the following is the correct dog vaccine method and needs to be considered by each owner.

☞ Types of vaccines

Dog vaccine

Before carrying out the correct method of vaccination, each dog owner must understand the type of vaccine for dogs, which is certainly different from vaccines in infants because the diseases they prevent are different. Some types of vaccines commonly given to dogs include parvo, distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, leptospira, corona, and rabies vaccines. Vaccination is one of a series of ways to treat rabies dogs in terms of prevention.

☞ The order of vaccine administration

As explained earlier, each type of vaccine has the right time to give it when the dog has a certain age. The order of vaccine administration usually starts from parvo and then continues on distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, leptospira, corona, and finally, rabies. The sequence for administering the vaccine will be more and more combined, and in the final stages, all types of vaccines will be given to dogs.

☞ Vaccination time

The correct and proper method of dog vaccines must certainly pay attention to the time of vaccination because each type of vaccine has a different vaccination time depending on the age of the dog. Vaccination also needs to be done repeatedly. Vaccination in dogs is done at the age of 2 months and interrupted once a month. Repeated vaccine administration needs to be done every year.

☞ Repeated vaccination

The correct way for dog vaccines and to be considered next is the necessity for the repetition of vaccinations as described above. Repeated vaccination is needed because the antibodies produced by dogs can decrease levels slowly so that efforts are needed to maintain the levels to be effective in preventing the occurrence of certain diseases.

☞ Conditions for dogs that can be vaccinated

Giving vaccines to dogs must be done properly, and of course, there are requirements related to the condition of the dog that must be met before vaccination. Some of the requirements that must be fulfilled before the dog is vaccinated are healthy, have a good appetite, body temperature does not rise or fever, age is appropriate, no intestinal worms or other disorders such as diarrhea, coughing, runny nose, etc.

☞ Vaccination is carried out by medical personnel

Every dog ​​owner must really pay attention that every vaccination process must be carried out by veterinary medical personnel such as veterinarians or others who do have knowledge and experience in the vaccination process. This is needed starting from the initial stage of determining whether the dog needs to be vaccinated and ready for the vaccine or not until the injection process must be done correctly and appropriately. Vaccinations performed by veterinarians can help overcome the emergence of signs of dog depression due to vaccination.

That is the information we convey about how to give vaccines to dogs. Hopefully, the information above is useful for you.