For the vaccination of healthy dogs against disease due to canine Parvovirus. Designed to be used primarily where the severe threat of canine Parvovirus infections exists in the resident dog population. Inject 1 mL subcutaneously or intramuscularly into healthy dogs. Administer the initial dose at or about 42 days of age. Revaccinate every 14 to 21 days until the dog is 18 weeks or age. Revaccinate annually with one dose.
I have been breeding Yorkshire Terriers and here in TX parvovirus is one of the number one killers. NeoPar and NeoVac given to your animals and revaccinated every 14 to 21 days can mean a world of difference. Never any measuring for the dog/puppy size. We offer 3 sets of shots until 12 weeks. Just follow the direction and you pup will be healthy and stay healthy. Make sure you follow up with Rabies at 16 weeks. We also give our dogs a yearly booster. We never had any issues with overdose at any age or size. Before you decide to vaccinate your pets yourself please always check with your VET first.
The correct way to vaccinate is 1 vaccine at a time, at least 4 weeks apart. This is also the safest way. We use this vaccine for our rescue puppies but they get half the dose since they are so small. Next, they get a half dose distemper vaccine. Twice for each of these, followed by rabies once they turn 6 months old. We use the mercury-free ones also for safety reasons. Do right by our animals and never give them a combination vaccine. Read about over-vaccination online and save your animals' health by vaccinating properly. You also save money and skip the extra charges at the vet office.