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    HI guys and girls. Maybe is not a very suitable place to post this question but I was looking online and couldn't find an answer so I decided to ask here .... anybody have any ideea at what age a Staffordshire Bull Terrier get the parvo vaccin? The company flights accept animals only with this vaccin and I'm afraid my pup is to small to get this one . Thank you
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    Not sure about dogs but would imagine it is 3 months like cats ask a vet of Google it be careful some countries have these on a dangerous dogs list check that as well other wise you may not get it out of airport
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    Quote Originally Posted by FetishCherry View Post
    HI guys and girls. Maybe is not a very suitable place to post this question but I was looking online and couldn't find an answer so I decided to ask here .... anybody have any ideea at what age a Staffordshire Bull Terrier get the parvo vaccin? The company flights accept animals only with this vaccin and I'm afraid my pup is to small to get this one . Thank you
    you could call local veterinary office just to be sure,

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    Ohhh travelling with a dog ...
    I had a near same problem a few weeks ago... finally I travelled 30 hours by car ...


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    yes, you must go to local veterinary office personally because our dog needed worming tablet
    (I'm not sure this is the correct word in English) before 24h
    enter in UK


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    Quote Originally Posted by FetishCherry View Post
    HI guys and girls. Maybe is not a very suitable place to post this question but I was looking online and couldn't find an answer so I decided to ask here .... anybody have any ideea at what age a Staffordshire Bull Terrier get the parvo vaccin? The company flights accept animals only with this vaccin and I'm afraid my pup is to small to get this one . Thank you
    I do believe that it,s standard at 3 months for a vaccination for all type of dogs and that,s the earliest that a vet will give a vac for a pup.
    Before that they are too young and under developed.
    When the dog is 3 months or over , bring it to the vet to get all it,s vac,s and make sure you get a card with all it,s vac,s on it


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    Quote Originally Posted by jessicabp View Post
    yes, you must go to local veterinary office personally because our dog needed worming tablet
    (I'm not sure this is the correct word in English) before 24h
    enter in UK
    Yes but your dog is not a staff bull
    I would check if is even allowed in to UK
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    yes , this is why I think the best to talk with a vet


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    Quote Originally Posted by jessicabp View Post
    yes, you must go to local veterinary office personally because our dog needed worming tablet
    (I'm not sure this is the correct word in English) before 24h
    enter in UK
    All pup,s are born with worms and should be dosed ASAP for them.
    The best way for young pup,s is the give the mother one or 2 good doses before the pup,s are born , as this helps to keep them in check and also the milk will carry some anti-worm,s to the pup,s


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