If you are a kennel operator, you can save hundreds of dollars in veterinary bills every year by vaccinating your dogs with vaccines and syringes from Lion Country Supply! Whether you hunt upland birds & waterfowl, chase raccoons, foxes, bears, or hogs with your dogs, we can all agree that their continued health is one of the most vital parts of being a dog owner regardless if you own one dog or forty. Nervous about vaccinating your dog? Along with the vaccines and syringes, we include an instruction sheet that provides easy-to-follow illustrations and descriptions of how to vaccinate your dog. There is a syringe included with the vaccine.
Our 8-way vaccine offered through Pfizer Vanguard Plus gives your dog annual protection from:
Adenovirus Type 2
Four types of Leptospirosis: L. Canicola, L. grippotyphosa, L. Icterohaemorrhagiae, L. Pomona
The recommended schedule of doses:
16-week puppy (also have your veterinarian administer the rabies vaccine at this time)
Continue to administer annually for the life span of the dog, in addition to one of our Kennel Cough vaccines: either Pfizer’s Bronchicine (standard subcutaneous or intramuscular injection) Kennel Cough or Pfizer’s Vanguard B (intranasal injection) Kennel Cough
Store out of direct sunlight at 35-45°F (2-7°C).
Prolonged exposure to a higher temperature and direct sunlight may adversely affect potency. Do not freeze
Use entire contents when opened for the first time.
Use new, non-chemically sterilized needles and syringes.
When finished, burn the vaccine container and all unused contents.
Contains Gentamicin as a preservative.
Vaccinate only a healthy, non-parasitized dog.
Do not vaccinate a pregnant dog.
The use of a biological product may produce anaphylaxis or other inflammatory immune-mediated hypersensitivity reactions.
Important Shipping Information: Vaccines are only shipped Monday through Wednesday and ship on ice. If the shipping time is longer, your vaccine will upgrade to UPS or FedEx Second Day Air & a $20 shipping charge will be added to the order. Please refrigerate your vaccines immediately upon arrival.
*Please note that you will still need to visit your veterinarian every 2-3 years for a rabies vaccination (depending on the type used. Please talk to your veterinarian) if you live in a location with Lyme Disease. Your dog should be vaccinated annually by your veterinarian for that as well. Additional steps for optimal dog health are administering a monthly heartworm preventative (following a negative heartworm test from your veterinarian) and applying a flea and tick preventative monthly.
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