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Dr. Josh • 03-03-23 • Vaccinate your pets

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Bienvenidos, Dallas Voice readers! I hope you are doing well, and thank you for taking the time to read my monthly Woof column.

This time around, we are talking about the common vaccines available for our dogs and cats. It is important to note that different doctors have different vaccination protocols, but most of us follow a similar protocol.

As always, I am a fan of “less is more,” and I believe that some vaccines should only be administered based on lifestyle needs.

But make your decisions based on a conversation with your veterinarian. The most common canine vaccine protects against parvovirus, a lethal virus transmitted through stools of an infected dog.

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