Should Chlamydia be included in a feline vaccination program.... Jul 24 2014
... and what does this disease do in cats?
When Chlamydia infects a cat, the owner first notices their pet is sniffling and has a red, slightly swollen eye. In a few days both eyes are red and swollen. If allowed to continue, the infection can cause eyeball scarring and even pneumonia. Check with your vet about including Chlamydia in a feline vaccination program because this disease is somewhat
common, is harmful to cats, is zoonotic, and the vaccine significantly reduces infection. Nutritionals that have spirulina or Norweigian Kelp also help reduce Chlamydial and viral infections.
A killed equine herpes virus 1 vaccines containing EHV 1p and EHV 1b subgroups to protect against equine rhinopnevmoritis infection and abortion in pregnant mares. From 1981-1990, abortions caused by the 1b and 1p subgroups of EHV-1 were 38% and 62% respectively.
Directions: Pregnant mares; administer a 2 cc dose intramuscularly during the 5th, 7th and 9th months of pregnancy. Revaccinate annually at the 5th, 7th and 9th months of pregnancy. For young horses; administer 2 cc intramuscularly. Repeat in 3 to 4 weeks, again after 6 months and thereafter an annual dose. Single doses are preloaded in syringe with needle.
Pneumabort - K+1b - Single Dose
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