tami at poodlemutt.com
Wed Jul 9 04:39:26 UTC 2014
I do rabies only, because rabies is so catastrophic. The odds of our
dogs contracting rabies here are small, but... Better safe than sorry on
that one, at least in my opinion.
For young pups, I do some but not all of the 8, 12 and 16 week shots,
and I just blanked on exactly which ones. Distemper and parvo, I think
are the ones I stick with, again because those diseases are
catastrophic. I need to figure it out before next week. I just talked to
my vet niece about that, and she mentioned distemper as one she
considers a must. We didn't talk parvo.
For me, it's a question of weighing the odds of problems from the
vaccines over the odds of getting the disease in question and the
consequences if the dog does get the disease. I don't want to
over-vaccinate and want to be as minimalist as possible, but rabies at
least is a must for me.
On 07/08/2014 08:42 PM, Ashley and Landon Coleman via nagdu wrote:
> I also have a question. Well, two now that I'm thinking about it.
> If you choose to give some vaccines, and not others, what are the
> vaccines you choose to give, and not give. How did you come to this
> Ashley and Landon
> On 7/8/2014 11:37 PM, Nicole Torcolini via nagdu wrote:
>> Before I ask my question, I want to make two things very clear:
>> 1. I am not in anyway criticizing those who do choose to do this.
>> 2. I have no intension of doing this myself.
>> For those of you who do not vaccinate your dogs:
>> 1. What do you do in a situation where your dog is required to have a
>> vaccination/proof of vaccination ?
>> 2. Do you tell people that you don't vaccinate your dog?
>> 3. How do people generally respond?
>> 4. Why do you choose not to vaccinate your dog?
>> 5. Do you also believe that humans should not be vaccinated?
>> Nicole and Lexia
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