puppy

(10 Posts)
user1468769430 Tue 08-Nov-16 07:48:16

how long after second injection before puppy can go out,i seem to be getting mixed messages?

tabulahrasa Tue 08-Nov-16 09:29:14

It'll depend on which brand of vaccines he's had - what did your vet say?

user1468769430 Tue 08-Nov-16 11:46:43

havent got pup yet so i have not been to the vets,i have been told 2 weeks, 1 week, and straight away, just asking because i have one on order.

Wolfiefan Tue 08-Nov-16 11:47:21

A pup on order?! Speak to vet when second vac given.

tabulahrasa Tue 08-Nov-16 12:00:10

One on order?...um... I'm hoping you mean you've found a breeder and are waiting for a litter/till its old enough to leave, on order sounds, well...all kinds of wrong.

There's no set answer as it depends on the vaccine schedule for the vaccine used and different vets use different ones, they also sometimes tailor waiting times by how many cases of things like parvovirus there have been locally.

That's why you'll be getting different times, because people are given different times.

user1468769430 Tue 08-Nov-16 12:27:48

sorry i meant waiting till old enough to leave mother 6 weeks old at the moment.

user1468769430 Tue 08-Nov-16 13:05:29

thanks for replies i didnt know there were different brands so will ask the vet as suggested after seconded one.

TrionicLettuce Tue 08-Nov-16 13:21:33

Remember that even during the period immediately after their last vaccination they can still go out and about in your arms and it's really important to do this for socialisation. You definitely don't need to be housebound until the puppy can start going for proper walks.

This is a really good link about socialisation and what you should be aiming to do when.

TheLaundryLady Sat 12-Nov-16 12:58:27

My vet has said that our pup can go out one week after her second vaccinations - I can't wait smile

user1468769430 Sat 12-Nov-16 15:34:22

rang vet asked a few questions about vaccinations and he also said one week after second,thanks for advice recieved.

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