For dog parents who wish to vaccinate and reduce the risk of diseases, it is essential to understand which vaccines are available for your dog and the benefits of each. The following is a brief outline of the standard vaccines that a veterinarian will recommend and the benefits of each. 


Distemper is a rare disease, but it can be fatal in dogs still considered endangered in many countries. The virus harms all aspects of a dog’s health, eventually attacking the central nervous system causing rashes, seizures, and paralysis. The variety of symptoms found under this stage of the disease is said to be due to a decrease in the distemper virus’ general immune system, which also allows a second opportunistic infection to produce various clinical symptoms. The virus to be transmitted through the air through the respiratory tract of an infected animal, although EH Ruddock DVM states that “all dogs appear to carry distemper seeds in their system.”

Treatment Options

Canine distemper is a severe disease and, when treated commonly, 50% of distemper dogs will die. Homeopathic vets see the best results, however, thanks to Distemperinum. An experienced veterinarian should be in contact immediately because of the wide range of clinical symptoms produced by the disease to find the most appropriate treatment. “If the disease is detected early, the use of this powerful virus can have dramatic results” (Macleod). Treatment of dogs that survived distemper but showed persistent symptoms of paralysis and seizures to affect. They may include the use of common remedies such as Belladonna, Gelsemium, Conium, and Causticum.

Reasons for Vaccination

Distemper can still have a high mortality rate without a homeopathic vet.

The distemper vaccine is effective. A single dose given to a puppy over 12 weeks of age will protect the dog within hours and last a lifetime.

Although there is no safe vaccine, distemper is one of the undisputed vaccines.


Parvovirus is a common disease that originated in the developed world in the 1970s due to vaccination. Being a canine species of Feline Viral Enteritis, it is thought that the virus ‘jumps’ in dogs who come in contact with another infected animal or mutate during the production of distemper vaccine in infected cats (similar reports have been made about the human vaccine). The disease affects only puppies, as 90% of dogs over eight weeks of age will survive the infection without any problems, with the death of healthy adult dogs almost unheard of. While mature dogs often experience diarrhea and enteritis, puppies are at greater risk for heart failure and chronic heart problems.

Treatment Options

Vaccinated pups do not respond to treatment as well as unvaccinated puppies. Because of the severity of the symptoms produced by the disease in young dogs, you should consult an experienced veterinarian immediately to find the most appropriate remedy. While awaiting consultation, you can give Aconite 30C orally every two hours. It is essential to avoid dehydration, and if this is feared, China 6C or 30C can be shown every hour in little filtered water.

Reasons for Vaccination

The parvo vaccine is especially effective if given between 12 to 16 weeks. If given before this time, the mother’s immune system may block the vaccine.

Kennel Cough

As the name suggests, the disease is thought to result from overcrowding and stress produced by riding multiple dogs together. In addition to stress, bordetella bacteria are often associated with infection, but a wide range of microorganisms and genetic mutations appear to exist as with human flu. An irritating, dry, persistent cough is a common symptom of this condition. Kennel’s cough is almost always self-limiting.

Treatment Options

Usually, no intervention is needed due to the slight symptoms of kennel cough.

Reasons for Vaccination

The general evidence for a vaccine is valid

Dog owners prefer to be vaccinated so that they can use dog kennels or crèches


Despite being given one name, the disease contains more than 230 drugs, eight of which can infect cats and dogs. Leptospira is transmitted to the urine, enters the mucous membranes or light skin, and increases rapidly as it enters the bloodstream. The bacterium spreads throughout the body and is constantly replicating in many tissues, including the kidneys, liver, spleen, central nervous system (CNS). Afterward, an increase in serum antibodies clears spirochetes in many organs, but the bacteria can continue in the kidneys and excrete in the urine for weeks to months. The severity of an injury to the internal organs varies according to the body’s technique and the tendency to hold it.

Lepto clinical symptoms in dogs depend on the age and safety of the host, environmental factors affecting bacteria, and the size of the incoming serovar. Smaller animals are more affected than adults. Most lepto infections are incurable or under clinical control, but lepto can be severe and severe with

fever 103-104 °, shivering, and muscle weakness as the first symptoms. After that, cleansing and dehydration immediately may occur. Highly infected dogs can develop hypothermia and lead to kidney or liver failure.

In severe infections, the animal often has a fever, anorexia, gallstones, dehydration, and increased thirst. Animals with liver involvement can develop jaundice. It will also cause pain to the dog and make it difficult for him to move. Dogs that develop kidney or liver involvement may begin to show improvement in body function after two to three weeks or develop chronic kidney failure.

Treatment Options

The disease often progresses when symptoms are noticed, so it is essential to consult a homeopathic veterinarian immediately. While waiting for treatment, the following remedies can be selected according to the signs or given alternately every 30 minutes for four hours and then every hour while severe symptoms persist: Aconitum N. 12x and Arsenicum A. 30C. (In an emergency, any power may try, even high intensity, should be used with caution. Many treatment options are available in this article.

Reasons for Vaccination

Lepto can be a severe illness.

Some (but not all) serovars are combined with vaccines.

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