Live freeze-dried vaccine against Carre’s Disease
Carré’s disease virus, CDV/WHO-134 strain with the following titer:
- Dog: minimum 104,0 CPID50 and maximum 106,0 CPID50.
- Fox: minimum 103,5 CPID50 and maximum 105,5 CPID50.
- Mink and ferret: minimum 103,0 CPID50 and maximum 105,0 CPID50.
Dog, fox, mink, ferret
It is intended for treatment and prevention of Carré in dog, fox, mink and ferret.
In dog, the onset of immunity takes place 14 days after revaccination and lasts for 12 months. In fox, mink and ferret, the onset of immunity takes place 14 days after revaccination and lasts for 6 months. In fox, mink and ferret, vaccinate every 6 months for immunity.
Do not vaccinate pregnant or lactating animals.
Do not vaccinate sick animals.
The vaccinated animals may show local reactions as pea-size lumps at the inoculation site, which subside within the following period (a week after). In very rare cases, anaphylactic reactions may appear post vaccination. In these cases, antihistaminic, adrenalin or glucorticoid medication may be administered.
DOSAGE FOR EACH SPECIES, ROUTE(S) AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
Administer a vaccine dose, 1 ml, by subcutaneous or intramuscular route. Rehydrate each vaccine dose in 1 ml diluent. Shake vigorously the rehydrated vaccine and inoculate in maximum 30 minutes.
– In dog, administer the vaccine at the age of 2 months with booster after 15 days. Carry out subsequent yearly maintenance vaccinations.
– In fox, administer regularly at the age of 10-12 weeks, with booster after 15 days. Revaccinate every 6 months to maintain the immunity. In focuses with disease or imminent infection, administer in all clinically healthy animals starting at the age of 4 weeks.
– In mink and ferret, administer the vaccine at the age of 10-12 weeks, with booster after 2 weeks. Carry out subsequent maintenance vaccinations every 6 months to maintain the immunity at the highest level possible, depending on the epizootic condition.
ADVICE ON CORRECT ADMINISTRATION
Avoid transport-related stress, long soliciting activities, one week before and after vaccination.
Do not mix with any other veterinary product, except for the diluent provided.
Glass vials with 1, 2, 4, 5, 10 vaccine doses, together with the diluent appropriate to the number of doses. The diluent is a colorless fluid.