# How long is Dhlpp vaccine good for?

**DHLPP**is required as a puppy series beginning at 6-8 weeks old, boosted twice at 3-week intervals and again a year later. Like rabies, after the first year, the distemper/parvo combination

**vaccine**can be given every three years.

Then, how long is Dhpp vaccine good for?

All adult dogs should receive: a rabies booster one year after the first **vaccination** and every three years thereafter; a **DHPP** (distemper/adenovirus/parainfluenza/hepatitis) booster one year after the last puppy series; a **DHPP** booster at two years of age and a **DHPP** booster in three-year intervals thereafter.

Beside above, what does Dhlpp vaccine mean? **DHPP**/**DHLPP**: This is often referred to as simply the “distemper **shot**”. In actuality, this combination **vaccine shot** is protecting your dog from 4 different diseases. The acronym means distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus. Parvo virus is airborne and spread through cough, sneezing, and even stool.

Similarly, do dogs really need to be vaccinated every year?

States regulate the age at which it is first administered. A second **vaccination** is recommended after 1 **year**, then boosters **every** 3 years. Core **dog vaccine**. Puppies **need** a booster 1 **year** after completing their initial series, then all **dogs need** a booster **every** 3 years or more often.

How long can you leave between dog vaccinations?

**Vaccination** intervals: Minimum recommended interval (**dogs** and cats) **between** any 2 **vaccine** doses **is** 2 weeks. Maximum recommended interval (**dogs**) **is** 6 weeks.