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Please suggest me the vaccination process of my puppy.?

This is my first puppy...half of the time i remain confused about, how to deal with her. She is a 2months old LAB. I have been reading few of the posts in here...It would be helpful I guess but one thing was really very confusing...the vaccination stuffs. Moreover, I'm having very tight schedules these days...I'm feeling bad that I cant read some more posts for her...In this case I would really appreciate Experts' suggestions.... 1. I get confused with these 7-in-1, 8-in-1, 9-in-1 vaccines. What are these?! Which one shall i opt??? Doc says- 2monts -> Puppy DP; 3months -> DHPPitt; 3months 20 days -> Anti-Rabies; 4months -> coronex. I know nothing....tel me what to do??? 2. Her Food habits??? Shall I not give pedigree-puppy at all??? Is this a myth that dog foods make dogs healthier??? Her present diet- 6.30AM : 2-3 Marie biscuits. 7.30AM : 1 (wheat) chapati. 10AM : 250ml double toned milk mixed with SEMFUR (protien powder). [SHELCAL 5ml] 1.30PM : [Liv 52 2.5ml] Rice+1 pc chicken liver +1pc potato. [Neopeptine 2.5ml + VEROL 2.5ml] 5.30PM : Cerelac mixed with water and SEMFUR 9.30PM : [Liv 52 2.5ml] Rice+1 pc soft meat+1pc potato (chicken). [Neopeptine 2.5ml + VEROL 2.5ml]
By Ayon Saha · 12 Nov 2011 12:27 am


By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 12 Nov 2011 8:15 am
Home made foods are always good for dogs to lead healtier lifestyle but make sure that you need to avoid giving him chocolates, onions, grapes, apple seeds and these are extremely harmful for dogs. Also milk is not good for puppies and this may make him stomach upset, instead of milk, you can give him yogurt/curd. Instead of supplements you can use natural food. For shinny coat you can give him raw eggs/sea cod capsules, for stomach upset you can give him curd and curd improves digestion.
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By Ayon Saha · 12 Nov 2011 9:35 am
All right!! Now is the food-timing fine???

Please give a feedback on my 1st question...about vaccination.
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By Navjot Singh · 12 Nov 2011 8:59 pm
Ayon, whether to get 7 in 1, 9 in 1 or 10 in one for that matter, leave that on the vet to decide. They are professionally competent to decide what suites best for our dogs.
You can feed commercial dog food to your dog. There's no problem. However, as he grows older, lets say when he's six months old, start phasing out kibbles and introduce home-cooked food in his diet. This will be good for both of you. Home-cooked food will be cheaper and you'll be able to save money in the country hit by inflation. You dog will also be happy as he'll be able to comeout of the monotony of same dog food offered by his master.
Ayon, if you could try to increase your budget a little, I'd suggest you to feed him Canobites. It'll not make your dog over-weight and will control his stools. I've personally tried the product and found it beneficial.
Replace milk with curd and instead of feeding chappatis, introduce rice . I'll not make comments on supplements as they must have been prescribed by the vet after analysing the puppy's state.
Replace marie-gold biscuites with dog buscuites. You must also feed chew-sticks. These products are meant for our dogs and they give good jaw exercise and keep them busy.
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By D.chakrabarty · 12 Nov 2011 10:51 pm
i dont know anything about these vaccinations. i stay in kolkata and my vet told me of 3 vaccinations only when my dog was 3 months old, he was given corona virus, parvo and rabies at an interval of 21 days thats it. every year these vaccines are repeated. plz can some1 explain abot these 7in 1, 9 in 1 vaccines?
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By Ayon Saha · 13 Nov 2011 2:22 pm
Right...i shall leave it to the vet...but i would personally like to know about these 7-in-1, 8-in-1, 9-in-1 vaccines. Can someone explain about these vaccines, please....
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By mridul sarkar · 24 Nov 2011 5:47 pm
Hi Chakrobarty,
I have a 2 month old LAB puppy similarly like u.I also live in Kolkata.Can i have your e mail id or ph no so that we can be in touch & talk reg our puppy.My e mail id is mridul9836802907@gmail.com.
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By Ayon Saha · 26 Nov 2011 8:37 am
Thanks a lot for all your feed-backs. After a little bit of research what I found was that 7-in-1 combination vaccine is more than sufficient and most recommended. In Kolkata, most vet suggests 5-in-1, 7-in-1 I guess would be better option.

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