Dog Vaccination FAQ’s

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About three years ago we adopted our dog, Jeffrey, a Yorkie that we all love, right from the beginning. We have been going to a trusted veterinarian for several years, and when we brought Jeffrey in for his shots we trusted her judgment. 

We were their last appointment and I noticed he was a little wobbly going to the car. I kept an eye on him and when we got home, it was apparent he was not himself. He developed a rash on his belly, but it was more disconcerting when he collapsed in the cat’s litter box.

After a call to the vet, I was told to go immediately to the emergency 24-hour vet service 20 minutes away. I wrapped Jeffrey in a blanket, as he now lay on the floor of the car quietly. Our vet could not guarantee he would survive, so I was very upset, to say the least. After getting him into emergency, they took him right back into the operating room and gave him several shots of adrenaline. Within another 20 minutes, he came around and they told me he would alright.

So from my experience, be very very careful when your dog gets shots. I had several dogs before this one, and they never had a reaction to vaccines.

CLICK HERE: This is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED READING IN REGARDS TO DOG VACCINES, BY THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, IT ALSO INCLUDES SIGNS OF ALLERGIC REACTIONS

“Don’t take your dog’s health for granted”

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