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Please let me to how to grooming my baby Pomerania and Lhasa Apso?

Hi all friends, Please let me to how to grooming my baby Pomerania and Lhasa Apso and suggest me what type of medicine to give for silky & singing coating and good health. Also suggest the vaccination chart for my baby.
By PALLAB SARKAR · 26 Jul 2011 12:13 pm

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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 26 Jul 2011 5:17 pm
For Shinny coat and healthy skin, I give raw eggs, fish (boiled), yogurt, and seacod sometimes. I dont use any sort of medicine (drugs) available in clinic.
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By sumit · 27 Jul 2011 7:09 pm
Do not apply any medicine, however simple it seems, without a doctor's recommendation. The doctor will also tell you about the vaccination prog. But make sure the vaccine to be administered is kept in 3 to 8 degree centrigrade. I have seen many cases in many kolkata clinics where vaccines, that were kept in room temp., are given

DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO INJECT A VACCINE THAT WAS KEPT IN ROOM TEMPERATURE OR IT CAN END UP BEING FATAL FOR YOUR PUP
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By pennypup · 28 Jul 2011 6:32 pm
The best way to achieve a shiny coat is to feed a good quality diet. What are you currently feeding?
I usually add a tsp of olive oil to my dogs kibble to give him a nice coat.

For vaccinations; at 6-8 weeks they should be vaccinated against distemper, measles, parainfluenza.
At 10 - 12 weeks they should recieve DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus) and then recieve it again 4 weeks later.
At 12 - 24 weeks they should recieve their rabies shot.

After that they should recieve the DHPP shot every 2 years and the rabies shot every 3 years.
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