Vaccines

Vencorona

The proper response to vaccination is directly linked to the immune competence of each animal.Vaccinate only healthy animals. Vaccination should be preceded by a clinical examination made by a veterinarian. The product should be stored at room temperature between

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Vencosix

Administer 1 mL dose per animal, intramuscularly or subcutaneously, regardless of race and weight. A recommended vaccination schedule should start at or about 45 days of age. A 2nd and 3rd dose should be administered 30 days apart. It may be necessary a 4th dose.

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Vencomax 8

Modified viruses suspension of Distemper strain "Rockborn" "Parvovirus Cornell 916", parainfluenza and "canine adenovirus Type 2" in freeze-dried form, and an inactivated suspension by the action of canine Coronavirose virus beta-Propiolactone

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Vencomax 11

Modified viruses suspension of Distemper strain "Rockborn" "Parvovirus Cornell 916", parainfluenza and "canine adenovirus Type 2" in freeze-dried form, and an inactivated suspension by the action of canine Coronavirose virus beta-Propiolactone and a bacterins solution of L.

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Vencomax Bronq

The dose is 1 mL per animal by subcutaneous or intramuscular route. The vaccine should be used from 60 days old; a second dose should be applied with an interval of 21 days. Revaccinate annually with one dose. Unvaccinated adults should be vaccinated with two doses with an interval of 21 days between the doses.

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