03-22-2013, 09:55 PM
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Yikes! OK, deff leaning more towards the 3 year now.
Ugh, I sounded so one-sided in my OP. I've heard of the cancer risks (among other things) and overwhelming their system. I knew the makeup of the vaccines were the same, but I'd thought the one-year had a smaller/weaker amount of solution. I guess I just feel "better safe than sorry" and "everything causes cancer" when it comes to vaccines (except for bordetella - I don't get flu shots, and I don't see the point in getting the equivelent for my dog).
The 3-year's accepted by law here, and I hear mixed things about the rates of contracting rabies. Since I plan to do more trails and hikes with her, that hightened the risk of contact with a raccoon or skunk.
I've heard if the formula isn't measrued right though, that the vaccine may not last, though properly it should. What's the chance of that?
She had the 1 year rabies as a puppy, and got the 1 year last year. If I do the 3 year for the rest of her life, will the cancer risk be that much higher because of the two one year shots?