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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/27/2008 8:28 PM  |  Flag  
Actually, the AVMA(American Veterinary Medical Association) guidelines reccomend that the first series of rabies shots be boostered after one year and then every three years after that. It is also possible in most states to have your dog titered to see if they still have enough immunity to the virus in order to minimize the chance of over-vaccination and the possibility of the advers health problems and reactions that go along with vaccinating too frequently.

Hope that is helpful :)

Blogger bitbypit  |  7/27/2008 8:33 PM  |  Flag  
It sure is! Thanks!

Blogger Packhorse  |  7/21/2011 3:15 PM  |  Flag  
That's a shame. It's no wonder the shelter intake rates are so high.

Don't litter--neuter your critter.

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