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Core Vaccination Series


Vaccinations and Your Doxie

Vaccinations are a critical component to preventive care for your dog. Thanks to the development of vaccines, dogs have been protected from numerous disease threats, including rabies, distemper, hepatitis and several others. Some of these diseases can be passed from dogs to people — so canine vaccinations have protected human health as well.


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Core Vaccinations
Core vaccines are generally recommended for all dogs and protect against diseases that are more serious or potentially fatal. These diseases are found in all areas of North America and are more easily transmitted than noncore diseases.

The AAHA guidelines define the following as core vaccines:

  • Distemper
  • Adenovirus
  • Leptospirosis
  • Parvovirus
  • Parainfluenza
  • Rabies

Distemper, Adenovirus, Leptosporosis, Parainfluenza  and the Parvovirus vaccinations are commonly referred to as the Distemper Combo.


NOTE: This section of the DRBC website is offered as a medical reference only. DRBC is not operated by veterinarians. Seek the attention of your veterinarian to obtain a complete understanding for any of the topics listed.