Does my puppy need to restart boosters if they miss a vaccination? - Countryside Veterinary Clinic
It's really going to depend on the vaccination, how long overdue they are for boosters, and the veterinarian's discretion. So I recommend talking to your specific veterinarian, if you are overdue, about whether or not to restart. The best thing to do would be to stay on schedule as best as possible. And if for any reason you anticipate you might miss an appointment and you want to talk about to the doctor before that about when you can come in and still not have to get boosters, please give us a call.
Does my puppy need to restart boosters if they miss a vaccination? - The Drake Center
No. Really, we don't want your puppy missing vaccines because we don't want them to be exposed. But for the most part, we just start back up every three weeks until they're four months. So, again, there's not a specific number of vaccines you're supposed to get. It's just staying on that series.
If somebody found a puppy at three months of age, we're not going to go back and start vaccinating as if they were eight weeks. It's going to be every three weeks until they're four months. So if they get one under four months, let's say 15 weeks, I'm going to recommend they get an additional booster to make sure they're safe for the next year.
Does my puppy need to restart boosters if they miss a vaccination? - Advanced Animal Care
It depends on where they are in the schedule. We recommend puppies get a booster vaccine three weeks later, especially if it's a leptospirosis vaccine and they've only had it the one time. If they have missed it, if it's been over that three-week or four-week mark, it's going to be most ideal to give them an additional booster three weeks afterward.