Vaccinations of Dogs

Once you get that little puppy in your home, it’s your responsibility to keep them healthy. Vaccination is one way to keep them in sound well-being against common diseases. 

Here are some essential vaccinations: 


Canine distemper is a contagious disease caused by an airborne virus. The symptoms can include fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, paralysis, and twitching. Ensure your puppies get vaccinated at six to 16 weeks. During dog training, teach them not to share water bowls and food to avoid contracting the illness.


Rabies is a prevalent viral illness in mammals that gets to the central nervous system and causes hallucinations, anxiety, paralysis, headache, or even death. A bite from a rabid animal is the top transmitter, and the dog needs treatment in the shortest time possible. Rabies vaccines from certified vets are a requirement. Puppies can get the vaccination at three months.


Parvo is probably the most contagious disease, affecting all dogs. If you have an unvaccinated dog or a four-month puppy, they are at a higher risk of contracting the disease. It leads to extreme vomiting, fever, loss of appetite and bloody diarrhoea. Your puppy should receive three doses of the parvovirus between six and 16 weeks.

Adenovirus, Type 1

Canine hepatitis is a viral infection spread in faeces and urine. It affects the spleen, kidneys, lungs, eyes, and liver. Your dog can show symptoms such as vomiting, an enlarged stomach, slight fever, and jaundice. Take your puppy for at least three doses of vaccination between six to 16 weeks. 


Maintaining the vaccination schedule guarantees your dog’s well-being. The above dog information should guide you on some essential vaccines to keep your pet healthy.