Protects against canine parvovirus and/or canine coronavirus. We prefer modified live parvovirus because they produce faster and longer immunity. Parvovirus, often called "parvo," is a serious, highly-contagious disease characterized by bloody diarrhea. In the last 4 to 5 years, parvovirus in the U.S. has been the biggest problem for kennels, even in vaccinated dogs. Coronavirus is not as common, but it is also characterized by diarrhea. Coronavirus vaccines are killed.
Duramune Max PV
By Boehringer Ingelheim (formerly Fort Dodge). Modified live type 2b parvovirus product. Give subcutaneously. Manufacturer's suggested use: Vaccinate puppies 6 wks and older every 2-3 wks until they are 12 wks old. Dogs over 12 wks should initially receive one dose, and a second dose 2-3 wks later. Annual revaccination is recommended. Box of 25 doses. *Residents of MI and MN please ask your veterinarian for a prescription.
Vanguard Plus CPV
by Pfizer. Parvovirus modified live. Give either subcutaneously or intramuscularly. For dogs 6 weeks of age or older. 10-dose vial. *Residents of MI and MN please ask your veterinarian for a prescription.
By Boehringer Ingelheim (formerly Fort Dodge). Killed virus. Administer either subcutaneously or intramuscularly. Manufacturer's suggested use: Minimum age 6 wks; booster every 2-3 wks to 12 wks old. *Residents of MI please ask your veterinarian for a prescription. Box of 25 doses.
formerly Progard Puppy DPV
By Intervet. Protect your growing puppy against canine distemper and parvovirus. Modified live. For dogs 4 weeks of age and older. Box of 25 doses. *Residents of MI and MN please ask your veterinarian for a prescription.
Syringes with needles are also available for administering the vaccines (sold separately).
Keep track of your pet's vaccinations and medical records with a Pet Health Record (sold separately).
In accordance with federal packaging regulation 9CFR Part 112, vaccines may only be shipped in the manufacturer's original, unopened container. This regulation helps ensure vaccine quality and consistency in labeling. However, because of this regulation, we cannot accept open packages of vaccines for return or replacement once the seal or package has been broken.
We sell to breeders, groomers, kennels, catteries, shelters, rescue groups, farms, adoption agencies, veterinarians and other pet enthusiasts. We do not sell to other commercial entities, distributors, etc.
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