River babies are here! finally. And vaccination notes.

River had 2 females born last night. Both are doing well this morning! I, on the other hand need sleep.

And a new guideline based on titers and explained in layman terms – (click here)
Reading through it, it is recommended that adult Multi-way vaccines should not be given to puppies as they contain Leptospira which should be given only to dogs older than 12 weeks of age. Revaccination is recommended annually, but only for dogs with reasonable risk of exposure. Plus they note Vaccination should be based on known geographic occurrence/prevalence and exposure risk of the individual dog.
Also, in short the website linked above summarizes:
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Canine Vaccination Task Force has issued updated vaccination guidelines for 2011.
A highlight of the new guidelines: The three non-rabies core vaccines (distemper, parvo and adenovirus) are now recommended every 3 years instead of annually.
Another highlight: The task force acknowledges that distemper and parvo vaccines provide immunity for at least 5 years and the adenovirus vaccine for at least 7 years.
Learn the vaccine protocol Dr. Becker and Dr. Ronald Schultz follow.