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Dog Vaccinations

             Thesis: The negligence of dog owners today has led to sickly dogs and costly veterinary visits, where dog vaccinations can decrease the chances of both. .
             I. Introduction: the need.
             A. Lowers cost.
             1. Healthy dog.
             2. Less visits.
             B. Stops diseases.
             1. Between pets.
             2. Within neighborhoods.
             II. Why Vaccinate?.
             A. Rabies.
             1. Attacks nervous tissue.
             2. Zoonotic.
             B. Distemper.
             1. Leading disease death rate.
             2. Attacks brain/surface calls.
             C. Bordatella.
             1. Kennel/Canine cough.
             2. bordetella bronchiseptica.
             D. DA2LPPC.
             1. Distemper, Adenovirus, Leptosporosis, Parainfluenza, Parvo, and Corona.
             2. Best combo.
             III. When to get the vaccinations.
             A. Rabies.
             1. 3 months.
             2. Booster 1 year later.
             3. Annually or three year vaccs.
             B. Distemper.
             1. 5-6 weeks.
             2. 8-12 weeks.
             3. 15-16 months (booster).
             4. Annual booster.
             C. Bordatella (if in infectious area).
             1. 5-6 weeks.
             2. 8-12 weeks.
             3. 15-16 months.
             4. Annually.
             D. DA2LPPC.
             1. 6 weeks.
             2. 9 weeks.
             3. 12 weeks .
             4. 16 weeks .
             5. Annually.
             IV. Possible risks.
             A. Allergic reaction.
             1. Leptospirosis.
             2. Common allergy.
             B. Zoonotic.
             1. Transmitted to humans.
             2. Costly treatments.
             V. Conclusion.
             A. Vaccinations lower costs.
             B. Good for dogs health.
             C. Prolongs dogs life.
             The Need for Dog Vaccinations.
             Since the time of man, dogs have been made domestic and kept as pets. Many people go as far to say dogs are "man's best friend." As science and medicine have prevailed for humans, it did so for dogs, too. Dog vaccinations are given throughout the United States and, in many parts, are required by state or local law. According to "Your Dog: A Guide To Vaccination," vaccinations lower the cost of veterinary visits and increases the chances for a healthy dog. Not only does it prolong the health of that dog, but also it stops the spread of disease to other dogs. Some common questions involving vaccinations are why, what, and when. .
             Just as humans are vaccinated against deadly diseases, animals need to be too. Carlson claims rabies is a serious illness normally found in non-domestic animals and transmitted to domestic animals through a bite.

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