Durvet Spectra 10 Dog Vaccine With Syringe

Durvet Spectra 10 Dog Vaccine With Syringe

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Canine Spectra® 10 vaccine is designed for subcutaneous vaccination of healthy dogs 6 weeks of age or older as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Canine Distemper, infections Canine Hepatitis, Canine Adenovirus Type 2 (CAV-2), Canine Coronavirus, Canine Parainfluenza, and Canine Parvovirus (CPV) Type 2b, Leptospira canicola, Leptospira grippotyphosa, Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae and Leptospira Pomona.

USAGE

Dogs 6 weeks of age or older.

BENEFITS

  • Comprehensive vaccine with Coronavirus and Leptospira protection
  • Ideal for multi-dog owners, breeders and shelters
  • Contains CPV2b strain - effective protection against CPV2c
  • Do-it-yourself at home
  • Easy to use vaccines - complete with syringe
  • How-to-vaccinate videos available online

DIRECTIONS

Open the syringe by twisting or tapping the cap against a hard surface to break the heat weld. Aseptically rehydrate the vaccine cake with 1 mL of sterile diluent supplied. SHAKE WELL. Withdraw entire contents into the syringe. Administer one 1 mL dose subcutaneously.
Subcutaneous administration: Lift the loose skin behind the neck or behind the neck or behind the front leg and insert needle (see illustration, arrows 1 and 2). Inject entire contents of syringe. Do not inject directly into blood vessel (see note below).

IMPORTANT NOTE: Before injecting vaccine, pull back slightly on syringe plunger. If blood enters the syringe freely, choose another injection site. All dogs should initially receive one dose of this product and a second dose 2 to 3 weeks later. The presence of maternal antibody is known to interfere with the development of active immunity in dogs and additional boosters will be required in most young animals. Historically, annual revaccination with a single dose has been recommended for this product. The need for this booster has not been established. For advice on revaccination frequency and annual booster vaccinations, consultation with a veterinarian is recommended.