The Durvet Spectra 10 Canine Vaccination is a cost-effective way to treat your dogs at home for many canine diseases. This vaccination provides a 10-way protection against the following diseases:
- Canine Distemper
- Canine Hepatitis
- Canine Adenovirus Type 2 (CAV-2)
- Canine Coronavirus
- Canine Parainfluenza
- Canine Parvovirus (CPV) Type 2b
- Leptospira canicola
- Leptospira grippotyphosa
- Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae
- Leptospira Pomona
The Durvet Spectra 10 Canine Vaccination contains 4 types of lepto to effectively prevent current as well as emerging lepto diseases in canines.
This vaccine is a cost-effective way for owners of multiple dogs, dog breeders, and dog shelters to vaccinate their canines against the above-listed diseases. The box includes 1 single dose of the vaccine. It also includes a syringe and can be administered at home, saving dog owners money from decreased visits to the vet.
There are many other benefits to using the Durvet Spectra 10 Canine Vaccination. It contains a Type 2B Parvovirus to provide rapid immunity and protection against all recognized field strains. The Parvo fraction is high titration, low passage and has been shown to help puppies overcome low-level maternal antibody interference.
The Durvet Spectra 10 Canine Vaccine is intended for use in healthy dogs starting at 6 weeks of age with a 1 ml dosage. Dogs should be revaccinated every 2-3 weeks until they are 16 weeks old. If vaccinating dogs 12 weeks of age and older, administer 2 doses 2-3 weeks apart. After that point, dogs should be revaccinated annually to effectively prevent disease. The vaccine can be used for indoor and outdoor dogs of all sizes. Do not administer the vaccine to pregnant dogs.
This is a subcutaneous vaccine and is easy to use. It can be injected in the fold of skin on the back of the dog’s neck or behind the dog’s front leg. To open the syringe, the cap should be twisted or tapped against a hard surface. This will break the heat weld. To prepare the vaccine, inject the diluent solution into the vial with the vaccine cake then shake well. Once mixed, draw out all the liquid into the syringe. Choose your injection site and prepare it well with antiseptic. Then, lift the skin and insert the needle; if blood begins to enter the syringe, you should choose a different injection site to avoid injecting the vaccine into a blood vessel. Once you have inserted the needle in a safe injection site, inject the entire contents of the syringe into the dog. Finally, dispose of unused contents properly.
Be sure that you only vaccinate healthy animals. Unhealthy animals may not develop an adequate immune response to the vaccination. An anaphylactoid reaction may occur. If it does, give the dog an epinephrine and contact a veterinarian if the reaction does not improve.
The Durvet Spectra 10 Canine Vaccine meets or exceeds USDA standards as a pure, potent, and effective vaccination.