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QUESTION:  From Val - My dog received a rabies vaccination shot last year at about this time.  Does he need one now?  I thought they were good for three years.

ANSWER:  If the rabies vaccination last year was the first rabies vaccination he/she has had, then it is only good for a year.  Second rabies vaccinations (if your dog is over a year old) and all rabies vaccinations thereafter last for three years.   Thank you for your question!


 

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