Most breeders will have immunized the puppy with his first shots. Your breeder will provide you with a list from their veterinarian of what shots were given and when. It’s always a good idea to visit your own vet within a week for a full puppy check and discuss with your vet the proper vaccination protocol to follow.
Annual physical and vaccinations, which includes advice on flea and tick control options. As well as annual heartworm tests and control. Lyme's preventative is also recommended depending on your area or if you plan to be in an area affected with deer ticks.
Spaying your female (after one cycle) or neutering your male, suggested at 12 to 18 months of age.
4 Weeks: Deworming
6 Weeks: Deworming
10 Weeks: Distemper, Parvovovirus, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza and Coronavirus.
14 Weeks: Booster the above
18 Weeks: Booster the above (Leptosira check with your vet) Separate 2 weeks
DO NOT vaccinate the Distemper, Parvovovirus, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, and Coronavirus with Rabies, separate two weeks apart.