A dog may enter the vaccination schedule at any time. Our doctors will help determine the most appropriate vaccines to administer and set up your pet’s booster schedule. Rabies vaccination is legally required in Nevada and only can be administered by a veterinarian after 12 weeks of age. Revaccination is required a year after the initial vaccine and then every 3rd year thereafter.
|6 Week Pediatric Visit|
|Parvo (6 wk)||Behavior/Socialization|
|Intestinal Parasite Screening||Parasite Control|
|8 Week Pediatric Visit|
|Distemper #1||Training Classes|
|Parvo #1||Parasite Control|
|Intestinal Parasite Screening|
|12 Week Pediatric Visit|
|Wellness Exam||Topics:||Dental Care|
|Distemper #2||Breed Related Concerns|
|Parvo #2||Pet Insurance|
|16 Week Pediatric Visit|
|Distemper #3||Microchip ID|
|Parvo #3||Heartworm Preventative|
|Parainfluenza #3||Nutrition – Transition to Adult Food|
|Rabies (1 year)|
|20 Week Pediatric Visit|
|Wellness Exam||Frequency: Annually|
|4 to 6 Month Visit|
Microchip: Permanent ID recommended for all pets (Includes Registration),
Intestinal Parasite Check: Test for intestinal parasites is advised annually.
Deworming: Puppies receive a minimum of 2 deworming treatments.
Heartworm Preventative: (dependent on size) Advised for all dogs for year-round protection. The disease is passed by mosquitoes.