Neopar 10 Dose Tank
Core Disease Protection
Induces protection against the most lethal and prevalent viral disease of dogs, canine parvovirus
Contains a High Antigen Mass (more vaccine units per dose) which results in:
- Short period from vaccination to protection
- Higher level of protection (many times greater than the level needed for basic protection)
- Long duration of immunity
Early Age Protection
Stimulates antibody production in the presence of existing maternal antibodies
First Dose Protection
- Antibody production begins after the first dose. Other canine parvovirus vaccines require two or three doses to stimulate an initial antibody response.
Single Antigen Vaccine
- Eliminates the need to use complex combination adult vaccines (commonly referred to as 5-way vaccines) in the young puppy
- More efficient in stimulating antibody production than complex combination vaccines
- Found to be safe for use in young puppies
- Less likely to produce a vaccine reaction than complex combination vaccines
- Packaged in a 10 dose vial
Aseptically inject 1 ml Sc or IM into healthy dogs. Administer the initial dose at or about 42 days of age. Because there is a potential for maternal antibody to interfere with the immune response to the original vaccination, revaccinate every 14 to 21 days until the dog is 18 weeks of age. Dogs over 18 weeks of age should receive a single dose (1 ml). Revaccinate annually with one dose.
Store between 2° and 7° C (35° and 45° F). Do not freeze. Shake well before using. Use entire contents when first opened. Do not vaccinate pregnant bitches, sick or debilitated dogs. In case of anaphylaxis; epinephrine, corticosteroids, and antihistamines may all be indicated depending on the nature and severity of the reaction. Gentamicin and Amphotericin B used as preservatives.