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I am not sure at what age can they have this kind of vaccine.

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La vacuna antirrabica debe aplicarse a perros y gatos sanos a partir de los tres mese de edad.Y revacunarse anualmente, o de acuerdo a las indicaciones del laboratorio productor de la vacuna utilizada.

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Sunt de acord cu tine. Cateii il pot avea cand ajung la trei luni. Am gasit aceasta informatie de la lasarea unuia dintre catelusii mei sa o aiba inainte.
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I had experienced having our first puppy to have his anti-rabies vaccine. It needs to reach three months to be injected with this essential vaccine.
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While the puppy is small, many owners get the first rabies vaccination right away. You can also do it at six months of age, but only if the pet is at home and does not come into contact with other animals. At 6-7 months, the pet is vaccinated against rabies if it was not vaccinated at 3-4 months of age.
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age does not matter in this kind of vaccines .but the thing that matters is the immunity system of the patient or receiver of the vaccines.
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anti rabbies is a danger disease for digs
how ever not every dog can be vaccine 
only dogs over 3 monts old can get this vaccine
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Puppies should receive their first rabies vaccine at 12 weeks of age. after the initial vaccine, they should receive a booster shot one year later and then every three years after that. it is important to keep your puppy up to date on their rabies vaccine to protect them from the virus.
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Dogs typically need to have their first anti-rabies vaccine between 12 and 16 weeks of age, followed by booster shots every 1-3 years.
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Vaccination of dog and can be started an no sooner than three months of age . Some cat vaccines can be given as early as two months. 
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Dogs typically need to have their first anti-rabies vaccine between the ages of 12-16 weeks old. The timing of the subsequent booster shots will depend on the specific vaccine used, but they are usually required every one to three years depending on the country or region. It's important to follow the vaccination schedule recommended by your veterinarian to ensure your dog's continued protection against rabies. Additionally, some countries have specific regulations regarding rabies vaccinations for dogs, so be sure to check your local laws and regulations.
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Vaccination of dogs, ferrets, and livestock can be started at no sooner than three months of age. Some cat vaccines can be given as early as two months of age. Regardless of the age of the animal at initial vaccination, a booster vaccination should be administered one year later.
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Dogs typically need to have their first anti-rabies vaccine at around 12 weeks of age. After that, they need to have a booster shot every one to three years, depending on the type of vaccine and local regulations.
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You can also do it at six months of age, but only if the pet is at home and does not come into contact with other animals. At 6-7 months, the pet is vaccinated against rabies if it was not vaccinated at 3-4 months of age.
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do it at six months of age, but only if the pet is at home and does not come into contact with other animals. At 6-7 months, the pet is vaccinated against rabies if it was not vaccinated at 3-4 months of age.
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While the puppy is small, many owners get the first rabies vaccination right away. You can also do it at six months of age, but only if the pet is at home and does not come into contact with other animals. At 6-7 months, the pet is vaccinated against rabiesty
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The timing for administering the first rabies vaccine in dogs can vary based on local regulations and guidelines. However, it's common for the initial rabies vaccination to be given when a puppy is around 12 to 16 weeks old. This is typically the age when a puppy's immune system is developed enough to respond to the vaccine effectively.

In some regions, a booster shot may be required one year after the initial vaccination, and then the subsequent boosters might be given every one to three years, depending on local laws and the type of rabies vaccine used.

It's crucial to consult with a veterinarian to determine the specific vaccination schedule for your dog based on local regulations and your pet's health status. Additionally, keeping up with regular veterinary check-ups allows your veterinarian to assess your dog's overall health and ensure they receive necessary vaccinations. Rabies vaccination is not only important for the health of your dog but also for public safety, as rabies is a zoonotic disease that can be transmitted to humans.
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