5 Weeks - NeoPar (High Titer Parvo Vaccination)
7 Weeks - Proguard 5 (protects against Parvo, Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 and Parainfluenza)
2 Weeks - Panacur (Protects
Against Round, Hook, and Whip Worms)
4 Weeks - Panacur
5 Weeks - Frontline (Protection Against Fleas,
Ticks, Ear Mites)
6 Weeks - Panacur
8 Weeks - Panacur
Frontline is also applied directly before leaving my
the vaccination program will vary for a particular litters individual
needs, not all litters
are the same, each has its own unique characteristics.
Somtimes certain stress factors will cause me to delay a vaccination
for a few days causing the rest of the schedule to also
change. The day you plan to pick up your puppy or the
day your puppy is shipped will also influence your puppys'
vaccination schedule. One example is very large
litter especially the Corgis will develope slightly slower than
a small litter and I will try to schedule vaccinations in
coordinance with the large litters longer/later weaning
schedule as they generally need to be with mom longer.
Some vaccinations are interfered with by the mothers own
natural maternal antibodies, the puppies get these from
moms milk and render the vaccination useless if given before
those maternal antibodies have time to leave the body.
NeoPar is a high titer/low passage and does a good job
of protecting against Parvo in the presence of maternal
antibodies but is relativley hard on the puppies immune system
but thats why it works so well. In a larger slower developing
litter I will usually delay the NeoPar until they are strong
enough and developed enough to handle it.