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I am having St.Berrnard female its 2 month old now and tell me about vaccines ?

hii im having st. berrnard female its 2 month old now and tell me about vaccines . how much vaccines to give her and tell me about periods of age to give vaccines
By kulwinder sidhu · 04 Mar 2011 2:09 pm

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By Shalini Naman · 08 Mar 2011 2:34 pm
visit a good vet....as soon as possible...get ur puppy's vaccine card made...ur vet will explain all the vaccines, boosters & deworming schedule to you....
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By Navjot Singh · 12 Mar 2011 9:33 pm
Usually crucial issues such as vaccination should be considered and planned even before the puppy is brought as this helps one to plan this better when the puppy is at home.
I'll elucidate a basic vaccination schedule for your puppy which will give you a better insight
DEWORMING:
The first shot is given when a puppy is 1 month old. Subsequent boosters to be given after every 15 days till puppy turns 3 month old. Subsequent boosters to be given after 3-4 months till puppy turns 2 year old. Subsequent boosters can be given after 6 months after the puppy has crossed a 2 year old benchmark.
7 IN 1 ( INCLUDES ALL DEADLY CANINE DISEASES, NAMLY Distemper, Parvavirus, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza and Leptospirosis )
The first shot to be given when puppy is 2 months old. The first booster to be given 1 month after the first vaccination and second booster to be given one month after the first booster is given. Annual boosters should follow after the completion of the 2 boosters shot.
ANTI- RABIES ( Protects the puppy from Rabies virus which is easily transmittable from any other animal via direct contact like bite, this virus can then be transmitted to humans. There is no cure for this disease once human gets infected. This is legal mandatory in India considering Rabies like AIDS is an uncurable disease in the World. )
Your Saint Bernard puppies don't require this vaccination untill they are 3 months old. The booster shot should be given 1 month after the first vaccination was given. After this annual vaccination should follow.
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By Dr Hemant Gupta · 16 May 2011 2:06 am
I would suggest you to see a Veterinarian and he/she will be able to answer your querries. Also you will be able to understand the intricacies of a proper and timely vaccination for your dog, which is essentially required as a prophylactic measure to protect him from various types of diseases.
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By Dogs and Pups · 31 Oct 2011 4:55 pm
‘Prevention is better than cure’ is an age-old saying, which holds true even today. Vaccination can protect our canines from several life-threatening diseases. Here are a few viral diseases which can be ably prevented by proper vaccines:

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By Dogs and Pups · 02 Nov 2011 1:08 pm
The age-old adage goes, ‘Prevention is better than cure.’ Periodic vaccinations in dogs help them create immunity against a range of infectious diseases. Let’s be aware of the various vaccines available for our pooches ..
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