- Animals are only required to have their first puppy / kitten shots.
- Kennel cough immunization is not required, and discouraged.
- If you choose to vaccinate against Bordetella, please wait 7 weeks before bringing your pet, as they are contagious for the full 7 weeks. There is a quarantine building they can stay in if needed.
Kennel Cough Vaccine Warning
- Kennel cough is not a vaccinable virus, and kennel cough shots cause outbreaks – stop the vaccine stop the virus!
- Vaccinated pets can spread the virus to other animals up to 7 weeks.
- Kennel cough vaccines only minimally protects your pet against all strains of the virus.
- We will no longer accept pets for 2 weeks after their shot.
- If your pet has been to other facilities we wont accept them for 4 weeks, in case they have been exposed to a virus.
Vaccine Information Articles
dogsnaturallymagazine.com/65- ways-rabies-vaccination-can- harm-your-dog/
- Three Critical Problems With The Kennel Cough Vaccine (and what you need to do about them) – Dogs Naturally Magazine
- Bordetella: Does Your Dog Really Need the Kennel Cough Vaccine? – Dogs Naturally Magazine
dogsnaturallymagazine.com/ three-critical-problems- kennel-cough-vaccine/
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