English Bulldog Puppy Vaccination

English Bulldog Puppy Vaccination

The English Bulldog puppy vaccination is one of the most important aspects of acquiring a new member for your family. Therefore, after you have received your new English bulldog puppy, be mindful about the importance of continuing with the vaccination process for your bulldog puppy. Puppy vaccines are very important and essential to ensure your new English bulldog puppy’ health and to prevent any deadly infections.

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How do English bulldog vaccinations work?

The vaccine for your new bulldog puppy is an injection with antigens of the viruses to trigger a response from the puppy’ immune system. This response is considered to be effective to protect the bulldog puppy from the viruses injected into the dog’s body. This vaccine will boost the immune system of the puppy to avoid placing his health at risk. Antigens are large protein molecules that are found on a virus’ surface. They are the ones that trigger the dog’s immune response. Once the antigen enters the body, the immune system becomes mildly-stimulated and familiar with the virus. Later on, your English bulldog could get that same virus. That’s when the immune system can easily recognize it and know how to fight it off. In conclusion, this reduces the effects and severity of the disease the virus could have caused.

Core vaccines

Depending on your veterinarian, they could recommend a number of different vaccines for your new English bulldog puppy. That’s why it is important to understand the importance of vaccinations. However, it is a good idea to get familiar with the different types of vaccines your puppy can receive. And specifically which ones are a must and which ones are optional.

There are 3 different groups or types of vaccines you may find available for your English bulldog. Core vaccines, non-core vaccines, and non-recommended vaccines. Core vaccines are the ones your English bulldog puppy will need for sure, these are vital considering the risk of exposure, severity and even the possibility of virus transmission to people. These vaccines include canine parvovirus, canine distemper, canine adenovirus and rabies.

Non-core and not recommended vaccines

Non-core vaccines include lyme desease, kennel cough, canine parainfluenza, kennel cough.

Other dog vaccinations, including the Canine coronavirus vaccine, the porphyromonas vaccine, and the giardia vaccine, are also available in many clinics. However, veterinarians do not recommend them for most dogs. Non-core vaccinations are advisable for dogs, who live in or travel to areas where the diseases are prevalent.

WB English bulldogs will only release an English bulldog puppy to his new family up to date on vaccination. Always based on the puppy’s age at the time of purchase. We currently vaccinate our puppies with one of the top brands in America, Duramune Max 5-CvK/4L The Puppy shot Booster.

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