general care and management of animals, including feeding, housing and environment.
an agent destructive to worms (de-wormer)
the introduction of a vaccine, bacterin or similar product into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
contains "modified live virus" the virus has been weakened to make it less likely to cause disease
aka "inactivated" the virus has been killed so it cannot reproduce or cause disease
a toxin that has been treated to destroy its dangerous properties.
a preparation of killed or attenuated bacteria
capable of being transmitted form animal to animal
the capability of an infectious agent to produce disease
subcutaneous (injected under the skin)
intramuscular (injected into the muscle)
vaccine for distemper, adenovirus,parainfluenza, leptospirosis, and parvovirus. (DHLPP)
infectious canine hepatitis
vaccine for feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia
feline leukemia virus
feline infectious peritonitis
feline immunodeficiency virus