Protech Bb Killed Vaccine 25's

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9310717400507
$304.90
Boehringer Ingelheim

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For the immunisation of dogs against Bordetella bronchiseptica infection, a contributing factor to the canine cough syndrome.

INDICATIONS FOR USE
  The vaccine  is used for the immunisation of dogs   against colonisation of the upper and     lower respiratory  tract, nose  and  throat  with     Bordetella bronchiseptica. It may be given alone or used as a diluent for  other vaccines.  For optimal  effect   on  the  incidence and transmission of infectious   tracheobronchitis (canine cough)  vaccination with  a multicomponent vaccine containing  canine distemper virus, canine parainfluenza virus and canine adenovirus type  2 is recommended.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
This product should not be used in dogs when they are:

     
  • Incubating an infectious disease
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  • seriously debilitated by another infectious disease, parasitic infestation or malnutrition; or
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  • under treatment with immunosuppressive drugs.
     

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
  The vaccine is injected subcutanaously.
  A 1ml dose  (one syringe)  is recommended for   dogs of all ages.
  Gentle massage at the site of injection will  help to disperse the vaccine.

VACCINATION PROGRAMS
  For the primary  immunisation, puppies and dogs should be given two doses of vaccine with an interval of 4 weeks between doses.

The epidemiology  of each disease, the persistence of maternal antibody and the dog's history must   all be considered when deciding on a vaccination program for a particular animal.

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 has elapsed since the last dose of vaccine was administered.

DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNITY
  Immunity  develops about ten  days to two  weeks   following the second dose of vaccine in sero-negative   dogs.

Vaccine is issued in packs of 25 x 1 mslyringes.

Store between  2-8°C (Refrigerate.  DO NOT FREEZE). Protect from light.

  Dispose  of   empty   syringes   and   needles  by   immediately   placing   into a  designated    and   appropriately labelled "sharps' container.

More Information
Refrigerated ProductYes
IndicationImmunisation of dogs against colonisation of the upper and lower respiratory tract, nose and throat with Bordetella bronchiseptica. It may be given alone or used as a diluent for other vaccines, such as Protech C4, Duramune Adult C4 or Protech Pi2 Vaccine. For optimal effect on the incidence and transmission of infectious tracheobronchitis (canine cough), vaccination with a multicomponent vaccine containing canine distemper virus, canine parainfluenza virus and canine adenovirus type 2 is recommended.
ContraindicationsAdministration to dogs when they are incubating an infectious disease or are seriously debilitated by another infectious disease, parasitic infestation or malnutrition; or are under treatment with immunosuppressive drugs.
PrecautionsFirst Aid If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. Take care to avoid self-injection. In the event of self-administration, seek medical attention if you are concerned, and show the package leaflet or label to the doctor.
Dosage and AdministrationInject subcutaneously. A 1 mL dose (one syringe) is recommended for dogs of all ages. Gentle massage at the site of injection will help to disperse the vaccine. Immunity develops about ten days to two weeks following the second dose of vaccine in seronegative dogs.Protech BB is an adjuvanted vaccine; there may be settling of the adjuvant after storage but the material is easily resuspended by inversion of the syringe. Vaccination program. For the primary immunisations, puppies and dogs should be given two doses of vaccine with an interval of four weeks between doses. The epidemiology of each disease, the persistence of maternal antibodies and the dog's history must all be considered when deciding on a vaccination program for a particular animal. 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 has elapsed since the last dose of vaccine was administered.
StorageStore between 2 and 8°C. (Refrigerate. Do not freeze.) Protect from light.
ManufacturerBoehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Australia Pty Ltd
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