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    Is this something I need to worry about?
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    nic14120 posted:
    I am 37 weeks pregnant and had to bring my dog in today to get updated on his shots/kennel cough. My father handled him for me, however my question is this: He needed to get his kennel cough vac that they squeeze the meds up the nose. I was sitting a few feet away so I turned my head just incase anything came out. But now I wonder if any could have been squeezed into the air in the room or while driving home, and could I possibly have breathed any in, is that harmful to me and my baby? Anyone know?
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    An_197256 responded:
    You'll be fine. At 37 weeks your baby is practically fully formed. No need to worry. Besides that, vaccines are intended to protect, no matter what species we are :)


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