There is some variation in which vaccines are necessary or recommended depending on what part of the world you live in. We often get asked questions about vaccinations. This article should answer some of those questions.
There are some "core" vaccines that are recommended for every dog. These include:
And then there are some vaccines that are given depending on the dog's risk level:
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