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Vaccinating your dog

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Vaccinating your dog

There are a number of highly infectious and potentially fatal diseases which can affect your dog. There is no treatment for many of these diseases and young puppies who catch them often die. However, for many of these conditions there is a simple protection in the form of vaccination. Ensuring that your dog completes an initial course of vaccinations and then receives regular booster jabs is important if you want to keep your dog fit and healthy.

How do vaccines work?

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How do I know which vaccination my dog needs?

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What diseases can my dog be vaccinated against?

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When should my dog be vaccinated?

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Why is it necessary to have repeat vaccinations?

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How often are vaccines given?

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Do vaccines always work?

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Can vaccinations be dangerous?

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