Your Yorkie puppy begins to receive everything needed from day one including the milk from the mommy. This helps provide the Yorkie with the strength and energy needed to continue and grow healthy.
Although mothers always have everything a Yorkie puppy needs including antibodies to help fight off diseases. Your veterinarian will also be part of the health and care of your Yorkie puppy starting with continuing with the next vaccination your Yorkie will need.
Your Yorkie puppy will need immunization shots very early in age to help build up immunity to certain well known diseases. Typically your Yorkie puppy will receive vaccines from your veterinarian up to 16-18 weeks of age. Shots that are given early in the Yorkie’s puppies life include; Distemper, Measles, and CPI. The shots after that include; Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus.
These vaccines will very much help and improve immunity to diseases.
Having a new and energetic Yorkie puppy in your home is very exciting for the family and for the Yorkie puppy at the same time. Try and wait for the vaccines to adapt to your puppy before heading out to the dog park. Make sure you speak to your Veterinarian before making decisions on your own.
Veterinarians have been using this process for a very long time proved to be very successful with their system of vaccines. Yorkie puppies stay healthier and have a lot more energy later in their life. Keep your Veterinarian posted on any changes your Yorkie might show you.