What Does This Mean?
In the veterinary world we use abbreviations for certain types of vaccines. Here are their definitions:
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis - watery or thick discharge from the nose and eyes, fever, loss of appetite, lethargy.
Calici virus - A common viral respiratory disease similar to the signs above.
Panleukopenia - can affect many parts of unprotected cat's body causing fever, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, weakness, tremors and loss of coordination. Death can occur in little as one week.
FELV leukemia -
Similar to AIDS virus, it suppresses the cat's immune system leaving it unable to fight off other infections. Your veterinarian can do a simple blood test to determine if your cat is infected with FELV. Cannot be treated, fatal within 2 to 3 years.
Deadly yet preventable viral disease most often transmitted through the bite of a rabid animal.
*We carry Distemper combos with or without Lepto, ask your veterinarian if your dog is at risk!*
Distemper affects many body systems and is usually fatal
Adenovirus type 2 affects liver and causes liver failure
Parainfluenza is a respiratory infection
Parvovirus causes diarrhea, vomiting, depression, and if severe enough, death
See the above information
Leptospira Canicola - Grippotyphosa - Iceterohaemmorrhagia - Pomona Bacterin - see below
Persistent respiratory disease with a harsh, dry cough. Also known as "kennel cough".
Caused by a virus found in the saliva of infected animals and transmitted to people by bites. It is invariably fatal even with treatment. It is fatal once clinical signs develop. LEGALLY REQUIRED IN ALL DOGS!!
Leptospira Conicola - Grippotyphosa - Icerohaemorrhagiae - Pomona Bacterin - lepto is a bacterial disease spread by contact with urine from an infected animal including dogs, raccoons, squirrels, and skunks. Causes liver and kidney failure.
Borelia Burgdorferi Bacterial Extract - spread by ticks, lyme disease can cause arthritis and kidney damage. Can be treated but not cured.