Nobivac Canine Flu Bivalent

Nobivac Canine Flu Bivalent
SKU : 2342
Price: $329.95

Canine Influenza Vaccine
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by Merck Animal Health

Nobivac® Canine Flu Bivalent is recommended for the vaccination of healthy dogs at 7 weeks of age or older as an aid in the control of disease associated with canine influenza virus infection. A subtype H3N2 and subtype H3N8 virus have been chemically inactivated and combined with an adjuvant designed to enhance the immune response.
  • An aid in the control of disease associated with canine influenza virus H3N8 and canine influenza virus H3N2.
  • Safe to use in dogs 7 weeks of age or older
  • Recommended for all dogs with exposure to other social dogs (Boarding Facilities, Doggie Daycare, Agility Competitions, Dog Shows, Groomers, Shelters, Dogs living in high rise buildings, etc.)
  • Killed virus strains (H3N2 & H3N8) provide immunity to your dog.
Nobivac® Canine Flu Bivalent redefines Canine Influenza vaccination by providing complete and convenient protection against two CIV strains to combat dual threats to canine respiratory health.

Available Size:
  • 25 x 1 dose tray
Restricted to use by or under the direction of a veterinarian. 
  • A minimum of 2 doses is required for primary immunization
  • Initial dose may be given at 7 weeks of age or older. A second dose is given 2 to 4 weeks later
  • Annual revaccination with 1 dose is recommended
  • Inject 1 mL subcutaneously. Shake well prior to administration
Why vaccinate with Nobivac® Canine Flu Bivalent?
  • To keep dogs under your care and staff dogs happy and healthy
  • To keep pet parents happy by sparing their pets from annoying cough attacks
  • To protect other dogs in the community from highly contagious CIV
  • To prevent outbreaks in your practice, your boarding facility, and in your community
And if you board dogs, there’s more:
  • To prevent costs for decontamination
  • To prevent loss of income because of facility closure
  • To preserve your good reputation
Who’s at risk?
  • Social dogs
  • Dogs in boarding facilities
  • Dogs in doggie daycare
  • Dog show dogs
  • Dog park dogs
  • Dogs with groomers
  • Kennel/shelter dogs
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