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Thank you so much for posting this. I am always worried about vaccinations.


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Thanks for posting this! Chloe is getting close to a year old, so I know I'm going to be faced with her yearly vet visit soon. Should I get titers done or just get the regular check up and blood work?


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Thanks Zorana!! I bookmarked the page too!! And Velma, most veterinarians will do a titer if you request one. The thing is, since many are still pushing for annual vaccines, they don't exactly advertise them so you have to make a point to ask! All the vet really needs to do is draw the blood and send it to whatever lab they use; so whether or not they do it depends on if the lab they use offers it (which most do!.) =)
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Thanks for posting this! Chloe is getting close to a year old, so I know I'm going to be faced with her yearly vet visit soon. Should I get titers done or just get the regular check up and blood work?


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Hello!! If Chloe already had her distemper and rabies done any time after she was 6 months old, I would just go ahead and titer. If she was just a pup/under 6 months when she had them, I would go ahead and get the vaccines done; then each following year make sure to titer like a month or so early so that you don't have to worry about registration problems. =)
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Kat, don't know if you posted this link, but it is awesome! Wanted to add it here if you didn't already have it in your list ....

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Thanks kat! I'll have to look and see how old she was when she got them. That helps a lot though!


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