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Does My Puppy Need Shots and When Should He Get Them?

If you’re wondering what kind of shots your new puppy needs — and when to get them — check our our guide and get ready to visit your veterinarian.

Getting a new puppy is an exciting and joyous time, but starting your puppy off with a healthy lifestyle means getting the proper vaccinations. You’ll want to make a visit to your veterinarian as soon as possible to determine your puppy’s needs.

Scheduling Vaccinations

In the first three months of your puppy's life, your veterinarian will probably want to see your puppy every two or three weeks for vaccinations. Initial vaccinations for many diseases start at about six weeks and are repeated every two to three weeks until your puppy reaches 14 weeks of age.

Vaccination Boosters

After six months, veterinary visits will probably taper off. You'll need boosters at regular intervals. Vaccination protocols may vary so be sure to follow your veterinarian's recommended immunization schedule.

Puppy Vaccination Table

Purina has put together this handy schedule that shows the best times for specific vaccinations — you can use it as a guide when discussing your puppy’s needs with your veterinarian.

 PUPPY 6 CHART

We hope this brief guide will help you get your puppy’s vaccination schedule underway, and help bring years of joy to come for you, your family, and your sweet new puppy!

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