The first defenses of the puppy come from the colostrum of the mother (first breast milk). These antibodies are transmitted during the first 24 hours of life when suckling, and then disappear so that the puppy will not be properly protected if the vaccination does not start in time. Puppies are born with parasites transmitted by the mother through the placenta and milk during lactation. For this reason, it is essential to deworm the puppies before starting the vaccination.
Afterwards, the veterinarian will determine which vaccines for the puppy it is necessary to put in order to immunize him against certain serious canine diseases.
The animal health professionals know perfectly the characteristics of each breed and the incidence of different diseases according to the zones so that they are the most suitable people to help you plan the correct immunization of your pet by means of the appropriate vaccines.
Rottweiler, Husky, Dobermann, and Golden breeds are especially vulnerable to Parvovirus. Therefore, they should get the first dose of this vaccine before 45 days.
-At 45 days old: First dose of the vaccine against Parvovirus.
-At 9 weeks old: The second vaccine that will be for protection against canine distemper, Adenovirus type 2, infectious hepatitis C and Leptospirosis. And the second dose of the vaccine against Parvovirus. The vaccine against Coronavirus is optional.
-At 12 weeks old: A dose of the previous vaccine and the third of Parvovirus is repeated.
-From 4 months: The vaccine against Rabies.
-Repeat annually the pentavalent vaccine (Parvovirus/Distemper/ Hepatitis/ Parainfluenza/Leptospirosis) and Rabies.
-Later, and optionally, we can protect them against parainfluenza, kennel cough, Lyme disease, leishmaniasis, and coronavirus.