Is it safe to get multiple dog vaccinations at the same time? - Countryside Veterinary Clinic

Typically, it is very safe. Rarely, we have dogs who have vaccine reactions, which are allergic reactions to vaccines. That's not typically associated with getting more vaccines at once but to a specific vaccine. If a dog does have a vaccine reaction, we may split up the vaccines in the future to try to determine which vaccine they are sensitive to. But we typically do multiple vaccines per visit and the dogs do very well.

Is it safe to get multiple dog vaccinations at the same time? - The Drake Center

99.9% of all dogs tolerate all the vaccines at one time, just like kids do. Just remember, when you have babies, they get numerous vaccines when they're brand new infants, which to me is amazing. But dogs tolerate it. There's an occasional dog that's a little more sensitive to vaccines, and we may pretreat or spread them out for that dog in particular, or if clients have specific concerns.

Is it safe to get multiple dog vaccinations at the same time? - Advanced Animal Care

So it certainly can be, especially if your dog has never had any problems with vaccines before. So we always like to make sure that your dog has tolerated vaccines well in the past. Still, as far as things go, especially if your dog is fairly good size, we usually don't see any problems giving multiple vaccines, but we don't like to overdo it either. So if your dog's small or has had a problem with vaccines in the past, we will tend to split those up.