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Old 08-27-2017, 04:14 PM
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2 Months old puppy

Hello Everyone,
We just adopted a 2 months and a week old ( she has been with us for a week now ) last Saturday.
She is really healthy, her records show that she already had 3 shots \
7/30/17 Parvo is checkmarked
8/4/17 Distemper and Hepatisis/Adenovirus checkmarked
8/11/17 Parvo, Distemper , Hepatisis/adenovirus and parainfluenza checkmarked

Is it safe to take her out for a walk?
How many more shots do you think she needs?
WE have a vet appointment on the 5th, i just wanted to know.
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Old 08-27-2017, 07:41 PM
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Puppies should be given their first set of shots at 8 weeks old. Dhpp ( distemper parvo) is given once at 8 weeks, and then boostered two more times, spaced 3-4 weeks apart. They also need a bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine, they get their rabies vaccine at 4 months old. I wouldn't take your puppy around other dogs or places where other dogs go until 4 months old after all shots are given.
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Old 08-28-2017, 08:29 PM
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Puppies should be given their first set of shots at 8 weeks old. Dhpp ( distemper parvo) is given once at 8 weeks, and then boostered two more times, spaced 3-4 weeks apart. They also need a bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine, they get their rabies vaccine at 4 months old. I wouldn't take your puppy around other dogs or places where other dogs go until 4 months old after all shots are given.

Hey thank you for your respond.
We live in an apartment. We really spend a lot of time with her and trying to teach her everything, i know she is very young but already knows, sit, let it go so far and she will pee and poop on her pads randomly whenever she feels like it.
We took her out couple of times but away from other dogs, dog parks, only walk her on sidewalks, no grass or anything.
Making sure she is not around other dogs or where they have been, pooped, etc.
you think thats okay?
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I'd hold off on paws on ground until you see your vet, they can give you up to date local info on parvo risks.

That said carrying her to low dog trafficked areas without letting her on the ground is a good way to socialise.
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I'd hold off on paws on ground until you see your vet, they can give you up to date local info on parvo risks.

That said carrying her to low dog trafficked areas without letting her on the ground is a good way to socialise.
My wife took her out couple of times but completely random places where dogs would not poop there, etc. never on grass. She should be fine right?
We have a vet appointment on 5th.

Also when should we expect her to learn to pee on her pads and number 2.

Also when should we expect her to listen to us like telling her to stop?
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