no it do not hurt
When they are 4 months old give the combination shot. Then, when they are 1 year, give them the booster shot and the rabies vaccine.
Kittens need their first vaccinations at 8-9 weeks and another at 12 weeks. After that, they will only need an "booster" every year.
Most calves should be around 8 weeks of age to get their first 8-way shots. A booster should follow when they're 12 weeks old.
It depends on the parents decision. But I wouldn't put a 10-12 year old child in a booster seat.If they're over 3'5 then they don't have to have a booster seat. What helps is to not have a booster seat and have just a cushion/ pillow underneath there bottom so that the seat belt doesn't hurt their stomach or hurt anything else.
The shots that a 4 year old need in the US are DTaP, MMR, IPV and Varicella. These immunizations are administered between the ages of 4 and 6 years old.
Most seven year old girls should still be in a booster seat. So yes, she can, especially if the parent does not feel comfortable with letting her out of it yet.
The best age for rabies shots in dogs is between 12 and 16 weeks old. The shots can be good for five to seven years before a booster shot is needed, depending on the shot. The veterinarian administering the shot will have more information.
Most vets recommend boosters every 3-4 weeks until pups are four months old.
praying mantids do not sting the front arms of the mantid has many sharp spines witch can puncture skin and if it can hurt a 15 year old it can hurt a nine year old.
Whether or not your 12-year-old needs a booster seat in the car depends upon the laws of your state. Each state seems to have different rules about age/weight/height requirements.
It can burn a little smokey but that really wont hurt your motor. If you are worried about burning old gas just get an octain booster and add it to the tank of gas.