|Barked: Mon Apr 19, '10 4:43pm PST |
|Vaccines, as with ANY OTHER similar medical item, carry risks. There is no such thing as "no-risk" when it comes to vaccines, medicines, treatments, etc.
As long as your vet is spreading out your pup's vaccinations (2 weeks bare minimum, preferably at least three), giving rabies especially as a separate shot, etc, then your risk of adverse reactions is minimalized.
There are other vaccines which are more controversial (leptospirosis, lyme, to name two) but the standard puppy shots should be given unless you have a medical reason not to do so.
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