Here at fuzzywuzzypups our puppies are some of the Healthiest, Loving, adorable puppies you can adopt today.
What we use:
Our babies here at FuzzyWuzzyPups receives neopar shots. Neopar is a vaccine shot that is just for the parvo. Neopar has the hightest titer for parvo on the market today.
Our puppies also receive three vanguard plus 5 shots before they leave our care. The vanguard plus 5 vaccine protects against:
Canine distemper caused by canine distemper (CD) virus, infectious canine hepatitis (ICH) caused by canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1), respiratory disease caused by canine adenovirus type 2 (CAV-2) , canine parainfluenza caused by canine parainfluenza (CPI) virus, and canine parvoviral enteritis caused by canine parvovirus (CPV).
Puppies and dogs need 3 booster shots of this in order to help protect the puppy or dog the best against the disease's above. There is NO way to protect a dog or puppy 100% but we do our best to make sure our puppies are protected.
For this reason we cover parvo in our health warranty. When our puppies leave our care they are tested for several things and we never send home a puppy that is sick and that dose not pass their testing, but the incubation period for parvo is 10-14days.
As responsible breeders I can do everything in my power to make sure our puppies leave our care 100% healthy but we must remember we are talking about living breathing creatures and things can come up that is why we have a LIFETIME health warranty
We do not give our puppies a Kennel cough shot. We believe this should be given once the puppy arrives home and he/she is about 5 months old. Please take note that when this is give your puppy can get sick. You must watch your baby very carefully for a runny nose, coughing after he/she is given this
WARNING NEVER USE LEPTO:
From: Roann Keeven -Arbonne Independent Consultant 314-606-0502
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Apologies for the delay. ♥ Warning....... I had my sweet Lola at our vet on Tuesday (March 2013) for her annual checkup and shots. There is a new (at least to me it's new) addition to the Bordello and Rabies called LEPTO. It prevents a bacteria dogs are exposed to from water where animals may have peed in. The risk is to kindey and liver. I would think very seriously before allowing your fur baby to get this. Lola had an immediate reaction, She began heavy panting, she became quite irritable then all of a sudden her head dropped to the table, twisted to the side and her tongue was limply hanging out of the side of her mouth. I thought she died right in front of me. She immediately had heavy panting, red in her ears, her eyes began to bug out, her tongue turned to purple, fast heart rate, and heavy anxiety with vomitig. She was given an anecdote to calm down so I could bring her home. which she was immediately taken back to office to spend the rest of the day in observation where I picked her up again at 6pm. The evening was better, but she was still very restless, sick to stomach, didn't sleep much as neither did I. This morning (Thursday) is the first day she seems like her ole sweet, fun self. Needles to say, there are big bold warning printed in neon letters on her chart to make sure she NEVER is exposed to this drug again!! I live in St. Louis. Two months prior, with the annual visit for my grand dog Sassy, same breed, the same thing happened, symptoms were the same. She too had to be returned to the vet for observation for the day. My daughter is not sure....but Ishe would almost bet it was the very same drug. They live in New Hampshire.
The following letter about Parvo was written by our vet Ashley Friggle from the Aurora Animal Clinic.
As you can see by the letter below it is vet recommend that we don't allow potential puppy parents into our home until our babies vaccinated. It is also recommend that no breeder allow potential puppy parents in until their babies are a minimum of 8 weeks old. We do allow potential puppy parents to come to our home once our babies are 9-10 weeks old. To visit just an enlargement of this letter
Here is some more great information about the parvovirus
This information was adapted from: Dr. Segurson, DVM
Parvovirus is a highly contagious virus which causes vomiting and diarrhea, and often leads to death in susceptible dogs. Parvovirus is a very durable virus, and can remain in the environment for many months (ref). Parvovirus is primarily spread to other dogs by the fecal-oral route, however it can be spread on hands, feet, clothing, tools, rodents and flies or people traveling from kennel to kennel. Dogs may carry the virus on their fur and feet even if they themselves do not get ill. The virus enters the dog through the nose or mouth and has an incubation period of 3 days to 2 weeks (usually 5-7 days). Because of the incubation period (up to two weeks), it is ideal to quarantine high risk dogs.
Vaccination will greatly reduce the risk of dogs becoming ill with parvovirus, however no vaccine will protect 100% of animals. In puppies, maternal antibodies interfere with the ability of the vaccine to provide a long-term effect. If the bitch was vaccinated for parvovirus in the past, she will give antibodies to her puppies, via her milk (colostrum). Maternal antibodies gradually wear off, and become ineffective in most puppies between four and sixteen weeks.
In young puppies, maternal antibodies protect them against disease; however vaccinations will NOT WORK while maternal antibodies are present. The picture below was adapted from Greene’s Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat.
The picture demonstrates how maternal antibodies (‘mean antibody titer’) decrease over time, and how vaccinating while maternal antibodies are higher than the ‘minimum titer to block vaccine’ will not protect puppies. Because of this risk, we recommend vaccinating shelter puppies every two weeks until they are 18 weeks old, in an effort to make the ‘window of susceptibility’ as small as possible and to increase the likelihood that our vaccine protocol will protect our shelter puppies from parvovirus. Vaccinating more often that every two weeks is not effective. Once maternal antibodies are no longer a factor, the vaccine protects the puppy against parvoviral infection within 2 to 7 days; one vaccine will protect the puppy against disease in this situation. (No “booster” per se is needed with this vaccine.) This may occur at any time from the first vaccine to the last, depending on the amount of maternal antibody the puppy received. Puppies with parvovirus die within a few weeks of contacting the virus;
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* Our LIFETIME HEALTH WARRANTY COVERS ALL GENETIC HEALTH ISSUES & PARVO
* Our ALL OUR PARENTS ARE GENETICALLY TESTED FOR OVER 10 GENETIC HEALTH ISSUES
* WE ARE THE ONLY HOME BREEDER THAT IS REGISTERED WITH BBB
* WE ARE AVAILABLE TO OUR PUPPY PARENTS 24/7
* WE WELCOME YOU TO COME MEET US AND OUR BABIES IN PERSON AT OUR HOME
Here at FuzzyWuzzyPups I pride my self in providing my puppy parents with the best puppies possible. Our written LIFETIME health warranty goes home with each baby. You can search the internet high and low and you will NOT find a warranty like ours. Our warranty covers 100 % of genetic health issues, parvo and other health issues that other breeders do NOT cover. This helps protect our puppies and puppy parents if a health issue should arise. Remember we are placing a living, breathing puppy and even with the best of care and health screening things can come up. That is why we offer our puppy parents a written LIFETIME health warranty.