Owners will be required to provide proof of current vaccinations (bordetella, rabies,
and DHLPP vaccinations). Flea and heartworm preventatives are strongly encouraged .
This should be discussed with your veterinarian. We also support and encourage Titers
blood test for all dogs as an alternative to proof of vaccinations.
Many people who are trying to reduce vaccination are interested in using
"Titers" as a test to measure wheather or not their dog is still immne to a
disease. They often speak of titers as showing "high" or "low" immunity,
or "having to" re-vaccinate when a titer is low. While there is not a tremendous
amount of research on titers in dogs, I think it's fair to say there is quite a bit of
misunderstanding on the part of pet owners, and even many veterinarians, as to
what a titer test does or does not tell us.