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Raising Champion Line Labradoodles and AKC Pugs & English Labrador Retrievers with Love and Care.

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Types of Vaccines Available

Canine Distemper.
Transmitted by direct or indirect contact withe the discharges from an infected dog's eyes, nose, or urine. Widespread, highly contagious and usually deadly, even among older dogs. A primary killer of puppies.
Canine Parvo.
Highly resistant virus withstands extreme temperature changes and exposure to most disinfectants. May cause severe diarrhea and vomiting. A higly contagious disease and especially dangerous for puppies.
Canine Corona.
A highly contagious, but mild and self-limiting intestinal disease that occasionally will cause death. Causes vomiting and diarrhea in dogs of all ages, but is seen most often in young puppies.
Canine Leptospirosis.
Lepto is an infectious bacterial disease transmitted by contact with infected ureine from rodents and other animals, Can be spread to humans as well as other animals and may cause permanent kidney damage.
Canine Bordetella Bronchisptica. (Kennel Cough)
A bacterial respiratory tract infection transmitted by nasal secretions. Harsh, non-productive cough may last 1-3 weeks. Bordetella infections can occur alone or in combination with other respiratory problems.
Canine Parainfluenza.
Mild respiratory tract infection transmitted through contact with nasal secretions. Infection is more severe in young puppies.
Canine Adenovirus Type 1 & 2.
Hepatitis is caused by Adenovirus type-1 and attacks the liver. Transmitted through contact with objects contaminated by urine, saliva and feces. Early signs are similar to distemper. Adenovirus type-2 is a respiratory infection that may be associated with kennel cough.
Canine Borreliosis. (Lyme Disease)
Bacterial infection apread by a bite from an infected tick. Symptoms include fever, lethargy and muscle stiffmess. Lameness can occur in more severe cases.
Canine Giardia.
A waterborne protozoal parasite found in rivers, streams, ponds, puddles and even swimming pools. Infected animals contaminated water sources by their feces. Symptoms can include persistant diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain and vomiting. Re-infection is common.
The most feared disease and is almost always fatal. Attacks the brain and central nervous system. Tranmitted to humans through a bite or scratch by an infected animal. *Rabies Vaccine is required by CT law.
There are several Lyme vaccines on the market, the majority of which only adhere to the A variety of outer protein surfaces (OSP) in order to produce antibodies and kill the bacteria. A newer vaccine that adheres to both A and C varieties of OSP, produces the appropriate antibodies and allows the vaccine to kill the Borrelia at varying times during the infection process. The vaccine kills the spirochetes in the tick’s mid-gut, as they travel from the tick’s mid-gut to the salivary glands and as they enter the dog’s system, providing multiple opportunities for the bacteria to be killed.