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5/31: Canine Vaccines
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______________ provide a proven life-saving benefits for your animals.
Vaccines are associated with ____________ ____________.
Vaccines should be part of a routine ____________ health care.
"_______________" vaccines are those recommended for almost every pet.
What are the four types of Canine Core Vaccines?
1 Canine Parvovirus
2 Canine Distemper Virus
3 Canine Adenovirus(Hepatitis)
What does DHLPP-C stand for?
Corona(may not be in the core vaccines because of the maker)
What virus causes Canine Distemper?
Canine Distemper also causes flu-like signs. What are the flu-like sings?
nasal and eye discharge
What are the neurologic signs of Canine Distemper?
tremors of the head
Where does Canine Distemper replicate in the respiratory system?
GI and Urogenital tissue
How is Canine Distemper shed in the respiratory secretions?
Canine Distemper is susceptible to many _____________ and relatively unstable outside of the host.
True or False: Isolation is the protocols for Canine Distemper and should be followed to contain the disease.
What causes the Canine Infectious Hepatitis?
Canine adenovirus type 1
Canine Infectious Hepatitis causes...
liver, eye, and kidney damage
How is Canine Infectious Hepatitis shed?
Leptospirosis is a bacterial that is excreted in ___________.
Leptospirosis is zoonotic. what types of animals can spread this disease to your dog?
Skunks, raccoons, opossums, rodents, & humans
What is the treatment for Leptospirosis?
Leptospirosis can cause...
Renal and liver failure
Dehydration and increase thirst
Vomiting and jaundice
Shock and death
Is Parainfluenza part of the "Core" Vaccine?
What are the upper and lower respiratory signs of Parainfluenza?
serous nasal discharge
Pneumonia secondary to bacterial infection
Canine Parvovirus can cause ________________ _____________ and often secondary infections due to the virus invading the bone marrow and decreasing the amount of white blood cells.
How is Canine Parvovirus shed?
What virus is very resistant to disinfectants and persists in the environment?
What is the time between exposure to parvovirus and the first signs of illness?
How many days do dogs shed parvovirus?
How many days does parvovirus keep shedding after the signs have gone away?
Corona Virus causes...
How is Corona Virus shed?
Stool and Vomit
Is Bordetella is Non- Core Vaccine?
Where is Bordetella Vaccine most recommended due to the high prevalence of this disease?
What is another name for Kennel Cough?
Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex
Is Lyme disease a bacterial or virus?
Lyme disease cause...
Depression and Lethargy
What virus causes Rabies?
Rabies travels from bite site to _____________ and __________.
Salivary gland and CNS
What years does the Rabies Vaccine come in?
1 year and 3 year
What causes Canine Influenza?
Virus H3N2 and H3N8
Canine Influenza is very contagious. Where is Canine Influenza the most contagious?
How long is a dog contagious with Canine Influenza?
How long is the recovery for Canine Influenza?
What are the clinical signs of Canine Influenza?
Loss of appetite
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