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Preventitive health

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All puppies and kittens should be vaccinated for rabies at the age of ___________ and again ___________ later.
12 weeks; 1 year
Concerning vaccination for the feline retroviruses feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency syndrome (FIV), which statement is true?
No vaccine is available for FIV
In general, pastured horses should be dewormed every _________ and have their feet trimmed every _________.
60 days, 6 weeks
Venereal diseases of cattle that cause various manifestations of abortion, and for which vaccination is a basic requirement for all breeding stock, include:
campylobacteriosis (vibriosis), leptospirosis, and brucellosis.
Accidental injection, ingestion, or exposure through broken skin or mucous membranes of the vaccine for __________ can cause serious human disease.
brucellosis.
Which cattle breed may be sensitive to insecticidal products for external parasites?
Brahman, Brahman cross, and exotic breeds
Farrowing is:
A term for a sow giving birth
Bordetella bronchiseptica is considered the major cause of __________ is swine.
atropic rhinitis
Due to the limited number of vaccines licensed for use in small ruminants, products licensed for use in other species (particularly cattle) are sometimes used.
true
The use of vaccines depends upon the disease incidence within a given goat herd or sheep flock, but vaccination for ___________ and ___________ should be included in every small-ruminant health program.
enterotoxemia (Clostridium perfringens types C and D); tetanus
When a sheep rancher speaks of overeating disease, she is referring to a condition caused by:
Clostridium perfringens types C and D.
What precaution must be taken when dealing with gout and sheep herds affected with contagious ecthyma (also called sore mouth or orf)?
Wear gloves when handling affected animals.
Wear gloves when administering the vaccine.
Dispose of the vaccine vials in biohazard-approved containers
Protection against the West Nile virus in previously unvaccinated horses is afforded by vaccinating with:
two doses 4 weeks apart
Pet pigs should be vaccinated against leptospirosis and erysipelas annually.
false
red nose is
severe hyperemia of the muzzle of a cow with IBR.
Match the horse vaccine with its description.

The most common application of this vaccine is vaccination of mares 30 days before foaling to prevent shaker foal syndrome in areas of high incidence.
botulism vaccine
Match the horse vaccine with its description.

Pregnant mares should be vaccinated with this vaccine in the fifth, seventh, and ninth months of gestation to prevent a viral disease whose strains can cause upper respiratory disease, abortions, stillbirths, and weak neonatal foals that fail to survive.
Equine rhinopneumonitis vaccine
Match the swine vaccine with its description.

This vaccine immunizes swine against a primary bacterial cause of meningitis (inflamed meninges) and septicemia (bacterial toxins in the blood) in postweaning pigs that can pose a significant human health hazard.
Streptococcus suis vaccine
Match the swine vaccine with its description.

This vaccine immunizes against a viral disease that can cause fever, vomiting, encephalitis, and sudden death in nursing pigs and abortion, stillbirths, or fetal mummies in pregnant cows. Vaccines are available, but their use is limited by state regulations.
Pseudorabies vaccine
Match the swine vaccine with its description.

This vaccine protects against a common viral disease causing profuse and watery diarrhea, vomiting, and anorexia that can lead to death in pigs younger than ten days old.
Transmissible gastroenteritis vaccine
Match the swine vaccine with its description.

Prebreeding vaccination is recommended of swine herds experiencing infection with this virus that is the leading cause of infectious reproductive failure.
porcine parvovirus vaccine