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Liz
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posted 09-16-2003 01:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Liz     Edit/Delete Message
My 8-week-old Great Dane puppy was accidentally given a 2 boosters shoots with in 48hrs. Unfortunately our breeder didnít give us the correct information when we picked him up. We took him to our vet the next morning who then gave him the boosters that he got 2 days before. Iím so worried about him. Heís been sleeping a lot, but that is typical of a puppy. He didnít eat his lunch yesterday and he didnít want to eat his breakfast this morning. Has this happened to anyone? How harmful can this be for him? What should I expect?
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posted 09-16-2003 02:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for the_maine_pitbull     Edit/Delete Message
You ought to call your vet and explain what happened and they will tell you just what to expect.. or if it is dangerous..
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posted 09-16-2003 06:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jas     Edit/Delete Message
Yikes!! He may be fine but I agree call the vet anyway especially if there is any changes in him - sometimes they do get a bit more sleepy but vaccine reactions can happen immediately or have long term effects. Make sure he is not lethargic, or struggling to get up/walk. Bad breeder for not providing you with all the correct past medical history and dates. I would ask that breeder to pay for part of that vet visit and if anything goes wrong they should compensate you for any incurred vet bills.

Should your pup become ill you might want to look into speaking with a homeopathic vet. I know they have some remedies that can reverse the effects of vacc reactions.

Best of luck, hope your pup is fine

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