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Vaccination schemes

The dreaded threat to every breeder Psikov and the owners of puppies is some of the infectious diseases that often in the so-called. Waves cause mass infectious diseases in large areas.

Najobávanejšie include the following diseases

Parvoviróza – It causes it to be called. Parvovirus, manifested as a severe inflammatory disease of the lining of the stomach and intestines. Úporné bloody diarrhea and vomiting cause rapid dehydration (drainage) of the body, which, if the disease is not treated in time, causes rapid depletion. Treatment procedures are often only successful when they take place immediately with the first signs of the disease. The first symptoms appear roughly 3-5 days of infection.

Distemper – also distemper is a viral disease against which puppies and young dogs are particularly susceptible. Virus distemper Vnikás into the body’s upper pathways and digestive system. The disease has several forms, depending on which organs most attacks, we recognize the lung, gastro – intestinal, nervous and cutaneous form of distemper. A special form of distemper is hardening (Zrohovatenie) of foot pads and muzzles with accompanying changes to the central nervous system.

Nowadays, fortunately with Psinkou we encounter only exceptionally.

infectious inflammation of the liver – (infectious hepatitis) often has a severe course, it is characterized by high fever, inflammation of the liver and reduced blood clotting. The animal is listless, does not eat, does not drink, has a runny nose, swollen head and neck and feels a considerable soreness in the liver. The disease often has a rapid progression, ending often by death. The infection is not transmissible to humans and is not identical to the infectious inflammation of the liver of humans.

Leptospirosis – There is a bacterial disease that is mainly detrimental to the kidneys and liver. Dogs may become infected by drinking polluted water from puddles, domestic ponds, etc. The source of infection is small rodents, rats, infected dogs but also pigs. Initial symptoms are a reluctance to appetite, vomiting, overall malaise, weight loss, diarrhoea with an admixture of blood and jaundice.

Rabies – Viral diseases that can get sick all teplokrvné animals, including humans! The disease mainly affects the central nervous system. The transmission is most often kusnutím.

Vaccination Schedule

  1. For the first time , puppies vaccinated aged 6 – 7weeks against canine distemper, Parvoviróze and infectious hepatitis. In the meantime, they protect the antibodies they have received from the mother in breast milk (of course, provided the mother has been properly vaccinated),
  2. Subsequent booster by 3 – 4 weeks, to which vaccination against leptospirosis is added
  3. Further revaccination is about 3 – 4 weeks.

Further, this booster is done once a year.

We must not forget to vaccinate against RabiesThat are inoculated at the age of 6 months.

It is also important to summarize vaccinations in combination with the redness of dogs.

The puppies are dewormed for the first time at the age of 3 weeks, then again for 3 weeks and then always before each vaccination.

Vaccinated is always the only healthy dogs, the nehárajú, which are not kotné!

The vaccination system may vary slightly for individual veterinarians, so the owner should be at least the initial, initial cycle of the same veterinarian.

After vaccination it is necessary to leave the dog one to two days to rest.