maintaining your toy aussie puppies vacinnations is very important to protecting your puppy for life
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Below is the puppy vaccinating schedule my vet prefers, but every veterinarian will have a protocol for vaccinating puppies. Please confirm with your vet. 6 weeks of age: First combination vaccine (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, Coronavirus).
6 weeks of age: First combination vaccine
9 weeks of age: Second combination vaccine. 12 weeks of age: Third combination vaccine. 16 weeks of age: Fourth combination vaccine and rabies vaccine.
Per my vet, puppies will be wormed every three weeks as worms are common in puppies.
*Prior to leaving my care the puppies will be dewormed 1-2 times and may or may not need additional deworming. Please speak with your veterinarian.
PROTECTING YOUR PUPPY
Puppies are given their first set of shots while with us, this does not mean they are immune to the diseases they have been vaccinated against. Check with your veterinarian and follow up on all recommended shots before taking your puppy to meet the public including, pet stores, dog parks, lakes, on camping trips, and so on.
Hold your puppy when you take them to the vet and do not allow them roam freely, do not allow other clients at the vet office to handle your puppy, this may seem unfriendly but it is important. Remember they may be visiting the vet with a sick pet and may not even know yet or may not consider it to be dangerous to hold your puppy.
Do not allow your puppy to roam your home unsupervised unless you have thoroughly puppy proofed. We recommend a crate, a playpen or a gated off “puppy area” when you cannot supervise your puppy for the first couple months home.