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Posted on Jan.12, 2012, under Veterinary Drug
For the vaccination of healthy, susceptible cats as an aid in the reduction of diseases caused by Feline Rhinotracheitis (Herpesviurs), Feline Calicivirus, and Feline Panleukopenia.
Focus 3 vaccine is designed for ocular and nasal administration. Each of the viruses are widespread and are common disease causing agents in cats. Focus 3 vaccine covers Feline Distemper, Rhinotracheitis, and Calici and is designed for eye and nasal administration.
Each dose comes with a dropper and instructions for simple use in the eyes and nostril. use on kittens as young as 3 weeks of age. no syringes, no injecting so no concerns about injection site reactions. (continue reading…)
Posted on Oct.30, 2008, under Tutorial
Vaccination is a precaution against the disease in animals, especially dogs. Vaccination relative effectively in lowering incident certain diseases in dogs, but it still needs to be supported by way of good maintenance.
Basically, all races need a dog vaccination, including dogs, or hybrid local / mix. The assumption that local dogs do not need vaccinations actually less accurate, because the disease can still These strategic attack dog race of all. Some of these diseases can cause infections that are fatal for our pet animals. (continue reading…)
Posted on Aug.12, 2008, under Misc
Very young puppies and kittens are highly susceptible to infectious diseases because their immune systems are not fully mature. While nursing, their mother’s milk contains antibodies (special proteins) that provide some immunity to diseases; however, these maternal antibodies do not last long, and there may be gaps in protection as the milk antibodies decrease and the puppies’ or kittens’ immune system isn’t yet capable of fighting off infection. (continue reading…)