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Flashcards in Vaccination Guidelines Deck (12):
1

What are the 4 core vaccines of the canine?

1. Canine adenovirus, type 2

2. Canine distemper virus

3. Canine parvovirus, type 2

4. Rabies

2

How would you administer the killed bordetella vaccine?

SQ

3

How would you administer the modified live bordetella vaccine?

Intranasal or orally

4

What 4 serovars are covered by the leptospira vaccine?

1. Canicola

2. Icterohemorrhagiae

3. Grippotyphosa

4. Pomona

5

What are the 5 core vaccines of the feline?

1. Feline panleukopenia virus

2. Feline herpesvirus-1

3. Feline calicivirus

4. Feline leukemia virus

5. Rabies (not core in AAFP, but state and local regulations apply)

6

What makes up the FVRCP vaccine?

1. Feline herpes virus

2. Feline calicivirus

3. Feline panleukopenia virus

7

FeLV can be started as young as ___ weeks of age.

8 weeks of age

8

FeLV should be given in 2 doses ___-___ weeks apart.

3-4 weeks apart

9

When would you use the Clamydophilia felis vaccine?

In multiple cat environments where clinical disease has been confirmed

10

There is only one bordetella product available for the cat. How is this vaccine administered?

Intranasally

11

When would you use the bordetella vaccine in the cat?

In multiple cat environment with confirmed clinical disease OR homes with dogs confirmed with B. bronchiseptica infections

12

Feline infectious peritonitis is an immune-mediated disease triggered by what virus?

Feline coronavirus