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of mucosal immunity. 15 – 17 IN MLV vaccination of beef calves around the time of arrival to stocker or feedlot operations could induce short-lived but effective immunity against exposure to multiple respiratory viruses. Results from a recent study

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have the animal be under the owner’s control and observed for 45 days. The same recommendation applies for exposed dogs and cats that have been previously vaccinated against rabies but are overdue for a booster vaccination; ferrets and livestock in this

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). Neutralizing antibody titers were measured before vaccination to assess for prior subclinical exposure to the virus and up to 6 months after the first vaccine dose. Methods Animals Thirty-one domestic goats in public contact yards from 4 different

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Prevention and Control 1 for guidance in these situations. According to the current version of the compendium, dogs and cats with current rabies vaccination status that have been exposed to an animal confirmed or suspected to be rabid should immediately

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manufacturers and in the vaccination guidelines of the AAEP. 3 Research in several animal species indicates that the primary correlate of protection against rabies is the presence of neutralizing antibody in serum. 4 The humoral immune response to rabies

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Preventive health-care programs are an important part of the care of captive animals in zoological collections. 1 Developing vaccination programs for individual species can be difficult, however, because few studies 2–4 have been performed in

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Although widespread vaccination of pet cats has made FPV infection an uncommon diagnosis at present, animal shelters continue to report large-scale outbreaks of FPV. 1–10 Feline panleukopenia virus is a highly contagious parvovirus of cats that

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environment. 35 For many pet owners, the first visit to a veterinary clinic is for vaccination. It is recommended that the first vaccination is administered when the companion animal (generally a puppy or kitten) is 8 to 9 weeks old. 36 From the

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, a variety of other services may also be provided for the cats, including assessment for infectious diseases, treatment of illnesses and injuries, vaccination, regular feeding, parasite treatment, and removal of socialized cats for adoption. 8

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Rabies vaccination of captive mammals in zoologic collections continues to be controversial because no parenteral vaccines are licensed for use in nondomestic mammals by the USDA and few rabies vaccination trials have been reported in nondomestic

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