FVRCP Vaccination?


The FVRCP vaccination is given to cats. The first vaccination is given to a young cat and then boosters are given throughout its life. The FVRCP vaccination is a combination vaccine that helps protect a cat against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panelukopenia. Feline rhinotracheitis is a respiratory infection that is caused by herpes virus 1. It is also known as feline influenza. Feline calicivirus is also a type of respiratory infection. Panleukopenia can be a fatal condition it can cause cat distemper.
Q&A Related to "FVRCP Vaccination?"
This is a combination vaccine often used in veterinary medicine to protect cats against certain common illnesses, mostly upper respiratory viruses.
FVRCP stands for Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia. And yes, as a 5 month old kitten she does need a second shot to booster the first one. Which means she is
Administer a single 0.2 ml dose intranasally, divided into both nostrils. NOTE: Use a new dropper for each cat vaccinated. No needles are necessary to administer the vaccine. This
Anne, It is not unusual for cats to exhibit some side effects for up to 72 hrs after they are vaccinated. These side effects tend to be lethargy, decreased appetite, mild diarrhea,
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