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Monday, October 31, 2011

Saito and Louise's sixth month

My baby shih tzu puppies just turned 6month old last October 26, 2011.I'm  looking forward for their 1st birthday already,so excited!


6month old





Saito







Louise


2 comments:

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  2. Commitment #4 - VET VISITS & VACCINATIONS "How to Take Care of a Dog" with the Assistance of Dog Health Professionals

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    Your dog should be vaccinated on a regular basis. Traditionally, vaccinations, given by your veterinarian, will begin when your puppy is about eight weeks old and continue over a scheduled period of time (within months and then annually). These vaccinations are meant to immunize against DHLPP (parvo virus, distemper, leptospirosis, hepatitis and parainfluenza) as well as against rabies, Bortadella or Lyme diseases. Bottomline, discuss the need for these shots with your veterinarian to find out what is required in your area.

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    Trainers and/or training books and videos can be found online, through word of mouth, the yellow pages, recommendations from your veterinarian or the humane society.

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