The Parvac vaccine will only cover Parvovirus in dogs, and will not cover Hepatitis or Distemper. This vaccine comes as a single dose suitable for one dog. (The Manufacturer no longer makes the 10ml multidose, suitable for 10 dogs) The reason that we are able to sell this vaccine and why you can give it to your pet is because it is based on a "killed" virus. "killed" virus vaccines can be handled by anybody. The "live" virus vaccines are only able to be handled by a registered Veterinarian. "Live" virus vaccines include C3, C4 and C5. VACCINATION PROGRAMS: Puppies: It is recommended that puppies are vaccinated at the following ages 1st Vaccine 6-8 weeks 2nd Vaccine 12-14 weeks 3rd Vaccine 16-18 weeks. Adults/juveniles over 18 weeks: If never vaccinated before, 2 doses should be given 4 weeks apart. A yearly booster should be given to all dogs to maintain adequate immunity. N/B Dogs receiving their first course of vaccines will not be fully protected until 10 days after the final vaccine of their initial course. Do Not use in dogs that are incubating an infectious disease; seriously debilitated by another infectious disease, parasitic infestation or malnutrition; or under treatment with immunosuppressive drugs. Adverse Reactions As it is an inactivated vaccine, untoward systemic effects are very rare and the vaccine may be used in pregnant bitches. The adjuvant will cause a temporary local reaction at the injection site, though this is seldom visible. Careful palpation may reveal a small fibrous nodule in some dogs about one week after vaccination. This nodule will regress, becoming impalpable within two to six weeks. In a very few small, smooth coated dogs, such a nodule may be visible for a limited period. Dosage and Administration Give a 1 mL dose by subcutaneous injection in dogs of all ages; gently massage injection site to help disperse the vaccine. Annual booster vaccinations are recommended to maintain adequate immunity
Canvac CCI (BB) immunises against Bordetella bronchisepta. This vaccine will protect against a component of kennel cough. DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION: A 1ml dose of vaccine should be given by subcutaneous injection. Gentle massage at the injection site will help disperse the vaccine. VACCINATION PROGRAM: Two doses should be given at an interval of 4 weeks 1st Vaccine 12-14 weeks 2nd Vaccine 16-18 weeks Adult Dogs: If never vaccinated for Bordatella brochisepta before then 2 doses should be given at an interval of 4 weeks. Annual booster vaccinations are recommended to maintain adequate immunity, and a booster is recommended before exposure to possible sources of infection, such as shows, boarding kennels or obedience classes, especially if more than six months have elapsed since the dose of vaccine was administered. As Canvac CCi is an inactivated vaccine, untoward systemic effects are uncommon and the vaccine may be used in pregnant bitches. Dosage & Administration Shake gently before use. Administer 1mL dose subcutaneously. Hand warming the vaccine just prior to administration, ensuring subcutaneous administration and gentle massaging of the vaccination site, post vaccination, are recommended to help minimise any local site reactions. Precautions: Premedication with an antihistamine or corticosteroid is indicated in animals that have had a previous hypersensitivity reaction to vaccination. A small fibrous nodule may develop at the site of vaccination in some dogs. This nodule will regress within 26 weeks. A Type I hypersensitivity reaction, mainly characterised by urticaria and facial oedema is possible, particularly in animals receiving a second injection of Canvac CCi vaccine 4 8 weeks after the first injection. Occasionally, vaccinated dogs may show a non-specific systemic (pyrexia, anorexia and lethargy) or local reaction (pain on administration, swelling and discomfort at the injection site). These reactions are transient and of the type that may be expecte
Veterinary vaccines are given to prevent disease, yet studies show that they are often debilitating and fatal. They have been linked to auto-immune and neurological disorders, including cancer, diabetes, arthritis, tumours, seizures, allergies, digestive problems, organ failure, and many other serious ailments. Many veterinarians, both conventional and holistic, are questioning the validity of annual revaccination. They are moving away from this arbitrary recommendation which is unsupported by science. Many also refuse to use certain vaccines because the disease in question is either so benign or rare that the risks associated with vaccination outweigh any promised benefit. This important book provides information on all canine and feline vaccines. It includes several personal stories of vaccine damage to family pets, as well as hundreds of studies documenting veterinary vaccine safety and efficacy problems. As a concerned pet owner, you can now make informed decisions about the health and welfare of your precious four-legged friends.
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