Vaccinations are a very important thing ! Please Take your puppy to the Vet and fully Vaccinate to prevent disease and death, In most scenarios the vaccines do there job, however sadly sometimes it doesnt work out that way ......Here is a vaccine schedule and a link as too why we vaccinate our puppies.                                                                                Parvo                                                                                                           Distemper                                                                             Coronavirus       Adenovirus                                      Parainfluenza                                                                            Bordatella         Rabies                                Hepatitis                Lyme

puppy Vaccination Schedule

Types of Vaccines
6-8 weeksDistemper, Parvovirus, HepatitisAdenovirus, Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza
9-11 weeksDistemper, Parvovirus, HepatitisAdenovirus, Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, Bordetella
12-14 weeksRabies, Distemper, Parvovirus, HepatitisAdenovirus, Coronavirus, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, Lyme
Adult boostersWhile annual boosters are still sometimes given, many vets now recommend only re-vaccinating every three years.
*Recommendation of non-core vaccines depends on your geographical location and your puppy's environment. Talk to your vet about your puppy's potential exposure.

 Please read Kona's Story Below 

This is "Urban's Through the Fiery Haze" AKA Kona 

Here is his story......He was born August 27, 2010 too Cloud Shadows Racing "Sophie" and Remembrance of Past Dublins Love "Dublin" . He was one of 10 beautiful puppies , the first born and delivered by my 11 year old daughter who called me and said "Mommy , Mommy there is a puppy and it is Meowing !", Even though I know I shouldn't pick favorites I did, he was mine and also my daughter Sydney's too.  His Baby Brother "Keegan" Tiny Lil Fire was the runt and did not make it, after 5 days of bottle feeding and lots of love he passed over the Rainbow bridge. Kona was a snuggler with his tiny lil brother, so it makes sence too me that he is in heaven snuggling with him again as they were very close for those 5 days. Kona was first known as Haze here with us at Urban German Shepherds, he went too his new family at 10 weeks old and lived happily with his Lady for the first year of his life. He was returned too us on an emergency basis and came too find a new home with a great friend of mine Holly's Mother and Sister ( Denise and Amber ) . Denise and Amber fell in love with him the moment they met him and took him home that day. He ended up staying with Holly and Her Husband Mike for a few months while his family did some moving and got settled back down, where he had two children Ryan and Bella,( Bella is his lil girl, protector of her from day one ) he also had two fur babies that he lived with , one was his brother Apollo and the other is a sweet faced lil lady named Daisy. He had a house bunny as well ! Kona fit right into this family perfectly anywhere he was, and eventually ended back up at home with his lil lady Amber, who is his best friend ! She is only 17, but was the best friend he could ever ask for . However good of a life as he had .....Kona's time came WAY TOO SOON. He passed away on June 21, 2012 from a disease called Leptospirosis. He fought very hard but did not make it . Leptospirosos also known as Lepto is very well known in some places and not known at all in others.       ( Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that affects humans and animals. It is caused by bacteria of the genus Leptospira. In humans, it can cause a wide range of symptoms, some of which may be mistaken for other diseases. Some infected persons, however, may have no symptoms at all.

Without treatment, Leptospirosis can lead to kidney damage, meningitis (inflammation of the membrane around the brain and spinal cord), liver failure, respiratory distress, and even death. ) . There is a vaccination for Lepto, Kona was Fully vaccinated but still got it. This disease is spred by animals like Raccoons , mice and Opossums Urine, all the dog has too do is smell it, and they can get it, Humans are easily exposed too it as well, as we all know Raccoons and mice are NASTY animals and Urinate wherever they feel like it. It can be anywhere from your dirt in the backyard too the handle on your car, Please read the link i posted above and take this disease very seriously so you can vaccinate, or be very aware of the disease(if you choose not too vaccinate as it is a very controversial vaccine , PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH)  and try too prevent this from happening in your family, Kona will be missed greatly by his family and us. R.I.P. Kona " Haze" Though your time on this earth was short , you made a huge impact on a lot of people and though you are gone you will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN ! 

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