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This is just a guideline(given to me by my vet):

6-8 Weeks:
Physical
Distemper / Hepatitus / Parainfluenza
ParvoVirus / Corona Virus I
Fecal (worm check)
Deworm
Heartworm Prevention / Flea control

9-11 Weeks
Wellness Exam
Distemper / Hepatitus / Parainfluenza
Parvo Virus II / Corona Virus Booster
Fecal (worm check)
Second Deworm

12-14 Weeks:
Wellness Exam
Distemper / Hepatitus / Parainfluenza
Parvo / Corona
Lyme I
Fecal (worm check)

16 Weeks:
Rabies
Rabies Tag
Distemper / Hepatitus / Parainfluenza
Bodetella (Kennel Cough)
Worm Check
Lyme Booster
Heartworm prevention / Adult flea control

4-6 Months:
Spay females

4-8 Months:
Neuter males

A yearly booster of Rabies, Parvo, and Distemper / Hepatitus / Parainfluenza / Leptospirosis / Corona, and Bordetella should be given. Worm check should be performed at least once yearly. A blood examination for heartworms should be done annually. Lyme vaccine is recommended for sporting dogs, dogs that travel, and all dogs exposed to ticks.
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LINKS:


Anatomy, Behavior & Diseases of Dogs and Puppies

You can find information on TONS of illness and diseases there, for almost any animal. Just type what you want to research into the box,
and click Fetch. It will then display a list of articles. This site has helped me a lot, and I hope it helps you all.

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Here is a link to a list of poison plants:
Plants Poisonous to Dogs

Help if your pet has been poisoned. This is NOT FREE. It is $45 for a phone consultation, and you will need a credit card ready.
1-800-548-2423 and their website: www.napcc.aspca.org

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basic First Aid Tips from Pet Guide:
Basic First Aid Tips for Dogs

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Hey HausMommy, thanks for that. That guideline is really helpful. I'm currently waiting to get the 1st vet visit paperwork from my friend's sister that rescued my new pup.

I see you're in Bloomington! Do you work for State Farm or are you 1/3 that don't lol? I work for SF at the Dallas Operations Center.

Thanks!
Jill & Roscoe- Dallas
 
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