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Q. i need to kn how much 8 in 1 shot for adult dog and for a puppy. my big dog has coughed a couple times and puked i time and my puppy had a cough 1 wk

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

A. If your dogs are ill at the moment they cannot get vaccinated, they need to be treated for whatever illness they are suffering from first, after they get better they will be able to be vaccinated.

For puppies a vaccination course is around 80-120$, if your adult dog has been vaccinated last year then the price is about 40-70$, if he wasn't vaccinated then the price is the same as the puppy. prices could vary greatly depending on your geographical location.


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