How many times a year does my dog need vaccinations? - Countryside Veterinary Clinic

Typically, adult dogs need to come in once a year for vaccines. Not every vaccine needs to be boostered every year. Once you've gotten the initial rabies and distemper series onboard, we booster these every three years. But annual vaccinations are for Lyme, leptospirosis, Bordatella, and canine influenza. So you should expect to bring your dog in once a year for vaccines. When they're puppies, they're getting brand new vaccines more frequently for boosters.

How many times a year does my dog need vaccinations? - The Drake Center

In general, most dogs should have an update of some vaccines once a year. Some boarding facilities require bordetella every six months, so we may need to see you mid-year. But for the most part, once a year is adequate for most dogs. And even some of the vaccines, we can extend the time a little bit after a year. Rabies can go to three years in some states, and I think it’s annual in other states. It’s crucial to check in with your veterinarian once a year and make sure you're up-to-date on all your vaccines.