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Old December 30th 06, 02:42 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Bordetella vaccine--double dosis

Please advise on this.
I had my English Cocker Spaniel innoculated against Bordetella in early
November. Today, I went to other veterinarian and they applied the
Bordetella vaccine again (I failed to mention that the dog had already
been vaccinated). Question: does the double vaccination put my dog at
any risk?
I will appreciate your help.

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Old December 30th 06, 02:51 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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I had my English Cocker Spaniel innoculated against Bordetella in early
November. Today, I went to other veterinarian and they applied the
Bordetella vaccine again (I failed to mention that the dog had already
been vaccinated). Question: does the double vaccination put my dog at
any risk?


...........Don't know. Bordetella vaccines don't last very long because
they're for a bacterial infectious agent, so I suspect your pup will be OK.
Just keep an eye out for any illnesses or reactions in the dog. I do wonder
why this vet gave vaccinations without your approval. Vaccinations are a
medical procedure and require the owner's permission.

buglady
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Old January 2nd 07, 09:10 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Default Bordetella vaccine--double dosis


buglady wrote:
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I had my English Cocker Spaniel innoculated against Bordetella in early
November. Today, I went to other veterinarian and they applied the
Bordetella vaccine again (I failed to mention that the dog had already
been vaccinated). Question: does the double vaccination put my dog at
any risk?


..........Don't know. Bordetella vaccines don't last very long because
they're for a bacterial infectious agent, so I suspect your pup will be OK.
Just keep an eye out for any illnesses or reactions in the dog. I do wonder
why this vet gave vaccinations without your approval. Vaccinations are a
medical procedure and require the owner's permission.

buglady
take out the dog before replying\


 




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