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I am not so sure if puppies have this vaccine, but some people claimed that they do have now. 

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No hay evidencias hasta la fecha de que ningun perro o gato hayan contagiado a ningun ser humano de covid 19.

Por lo tanto no es necesario ningún tipo de vacuna.

Los animales son capaces de contraer el covid pero no contagian a las personas.

Hau muchos tipos de COVID que existen desde siempre.

Se ha comentado que el virus del covid ha pasado a los seres humanos por estos consumidores animales con el virus.  Y que en el caso del covid 19 este hecho tuvo su origen en China


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Sunt de acord ca nu exista dovezi ca animalele pot transmite coronavirus altor animale sau fiinte umane. Voi incerca sa intreb in continuare despre asta la unul dintre medicii veterinari din oras maine.
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I went to a particular vet clinic aside from my original veterinarian doctor. I showed to them the next vaccine of our puppy at home, she claimed that it is a vaccine for coronavirus.
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It is the first time I hear about this , but I don't think it is true .It is difficult to give vaccine and supply it for people so how they give it to puppies.
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definitely pets like dog can develop covid but the chances are very low or rare due to some reasons like close contact with humans and human inhabiting areas
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No,covid is human viral disease and cannot be transmitted to dogs.Therefore dog s and puppies can not be immunised against covid 19.
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There are some files over the internet and some cases that some cats and dog have been found corona positive 
but the doctors aren't sure if its just defected results or its actually happening
but the chances of a puppy infected with corona is very low
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Puppies can have a coronavirus vaccine. It is included in the 8-in-1 vaccine that was provided by the veterinarian. But there is a low chance of having a coronavirus for the pets.
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No puppies do not have a COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, there is no vaccine available for animals, as the virus is specific to humans. however, it is important to keep your puppy up to date on their vaccinations to protect them from other diseases.
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As a result there is no for vaccine from public health standpoint. Indeed , the US department. of Agriculture which grant commercial license for pet vaccines. 
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There's no urgent need for a pet vaccine.

As a result, he says, "There's no need for a vaccine from a public health standpoint." Indeed, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which grants commercial licenses for pet vaccines, is not currently approving any for COVID-19.
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At this time, there is no Covid-19 vaccine available for puppies. Vaccines for Covid-19 are currently only available for humans.
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some cases that some cats and dog have been found corona positive 

but the doctors aren't sure if its just defected results or its actually happening

but the chances of a puppy infected with corona is very low
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I went to a particular vet clinic aside from my original veterinarian doctor. I showed to them the next vaccine of our puppy at home, she claimed that it is a vaccine for coronavirus to interesting.
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 COVID-19 vaccines were not approved or recommended for use in puppies or dogs. COVID-19 primarily affects humans, and the vaccines developed were specifically designed for human use.

The focus of vaccination efforts has been on preventing the spread of the virus among humans and achieving herd immunity. There is limited evidence to suggest that animals, including dogs, can contract COVID-19, but they are not considered a primary source of transmission. Research on COVID-19 in animals is ongoing, and guidelines may change over time.

If you have concerns about COVID-19 and your pets, it's a good practice to consult with a veterinarian or refer to the guidance provided by reputable health organizations for the most current information and recommendations related to pets and the coronavirus.
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there were no specific COVID-19 vaccines for puppies. COVID-19 primarily affects humans, and vaccines have been developed for people. There have been reports of a small number of pets testing positive for the virus, but it's important to consult with veterinarians for guidance on pet health and any developments related to COVID-19 in animals.
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