Core + Non-Core Vaccines

Core + Non-Core Vaccines - Core Vaccines should be included...

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Core Vaccines  – should be included in the preventative health program Core Vaccines – DOGS Distemper Hepatitis Parainfluenza Parvovirus Rabies ** All delivered in a 4-way or 5-way vaccine ** Leptospirosis not considered a core vaccine CANINE DISTEMPER Virus – morbillivirus Also known as “hardpad disease” o In older dogs – “old dog encephalitis” Transmitted by = breathing in infected particles Symptoms: - severe respiratory disease - severe gastrointestinal disease - pussy discharge from the nose - vomiting – diarrhea – fever More sever neurological signs = muscle twitches, seizures  thickening of the foot pads and nose ** easily destroyed with disinfectant, 1:10 bleach solution Best prevention = vaccinate! INFECTIOUS CANINE HEPATITIS canine adenovirus type 1 transmission = oral-fecal, urine
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Symptoms: - high fever – vomiting - hemorrhages
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