What vaccines can you give your dog yourself?
Similarly one may ask, can I do my dogs shots yourself?
Some animal hospitals will sell vaccine to breeders, physicians and nurses, and other pet owners who wish to vaccinate their own pets. (NOT including Rabies vaccine. This is always administered by a veterinarian and should never be sold or distributed to anyone for use by someone other than a licensed veterinarian.)
Similarly, do I legally have to vaccinate my dog? There is no legal requirement for pets to be vaccinated for diseases that protect their health. Vaccines that help prevent the common well known infectious diseases of cats and dogs were all developed to improve the health of pets and reduce the contagion of these major diseases.
Accordingly, why you shouldn't vaccinate your dog?
Dogs with certain medical conditions might need to avoid vaccination because it could trigger a bigger immune response that might attack parts of the body.
At what age do you stop vaccinating your dog?
Typically, senior pets will receive most vaccines every three years. Some vaccines with shorter duration of immunity such as kennel cough, leptospirosis, or Lyme disease vaccines may be given more frequently (every six to twelve months).