Cards on the table

Apart from the basics, your dog’s card contains vaccination and deworming records, signed off by the veterinarian. This may be digital if your veterinarian has the resources.
A vaccination schedule for puppies. This may be changed at your veterinarian’s discretion.

DHLPP:

Rabies Vaccination:

Canine Coronavirus vaccination:

Kennel cough vaccination:

Many pet parents are opting for Titer tests to determine when their dogs need booster shots, instead of following the annual vaccination schedule. Photo by Mufid Majnun on Unsplash

Titer tests:

Your dog’s body can be host to many kinds of parasites. Regular deworming keeps them away. Photo by Ayla Verschueren on Unsplash

Deworming:

Resources:

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