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For those of you whom still feel that "need" to vaccinate your pets, this is the NEWEST
information from world renowned immunologist Dr. W. Jean Dodds, DVM.
Dr. W. Jean Dodds' DVM's 2003 REVISED Vaccination Protocol.
Permission has been personally given to Von Himmel Rottweilers by Dr. Dodds, to share this information
with the world. This has been reprinted.
"ACVIM Board Endorses Use of AAHA Canine Vaccine Guidelines"
The following statement was endorsed by all 23 members of the ACVIM infectious Disease Study
Group and approved by the ACVIM Board: "The American College of Veterinary Internal
Medicine believes that all dogs should have a routine health examination by a veterinarian at least
yearly. At that time, vaccination needs should be determined and only those antigens
deemed necessary should be administered. We currently endorse the use of the AAHA (American
Animal Hospital Association) 2003 Canine Vaccine Guidelines as an aid in determining the
vaccination needs of individual dogs.
MODIFIED VACCINATION PROTOCOL - 2003 UPDATE
MINIMAL VACCINATION USE
W. JEAN DODDS, DVM
938 Stanford Street
Santa Monica, CA. 90043
310-828-4804: FAX 310-828-8251
Note: This schedule is one I recommend and should not be interpreted to mean that other
protocols recommended by a veterinarian would be less satisfactory. It's a matter of professional
judgment and choice. The following protocol is offered for those dogs where minimal vaccinations
are advisable or desirable. For all other dogs, the 1999 protocol is still applicable.
Age of Puppy Vaccine Type
9 weeks Distemper & Parvocirus MLV
(e.g. Intervet Progard Puppy)
12 weeks Same as above or 1 dose at 14
weeks of age
16 weeks Same as above or 1 dose at 14
weeks of age
24 weeks (or older if allowable by law) Rabies
1 year Distemper & Parvovirus MLV
1 year Rabies killed 3- year given 3-4
weeks apart from the
Do vaccine titers for Distemper and Parvovirus annually there after. Vaccinate for Rabies according
to the law, except when circumstances indicate that a vaccine waiver be obtained from the primary
veterinarian. In that case, a Rabies titer can also be performed to accompany the waiver request.
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