1-Rabies Vaccine

Provides protection against rabies in dogs, cats and ferrets
for at least one year.

NOBIVAC® 1-RABIES PROVIDES PROTECTION AGAINST RABIES.

This product has been shown to be effective for the vaccination of healthy dogs, cats and ferrets 12 weeks of age or older against rabies. Duration of immunity of at least 1 year has been demonstrated after repeat dose. For more information regarding efficacy and safety data, go to productdata.aphis.usda.gov.

  • Produced on an established cell line that has been extensively tested1
  • A duration of immunity study demonstrated that a 1 mL dose met federal guidelines for protection of dogs, cats and ferrets against virulent challenge administered more than a year after vaccination1

INDICATIONS:

Effective for the vaccination of healthy dogs, cats, and ferrets, 12 weeks of age or older against rabies.

EFFICACY & COMPARISONS

Rabies Challenge Studies

  • Duration of immunity studies demonstrated that a 1 mL dose met federal guidelines for protection of dogs, cats and ferrets against virulent challenge administered 1 year after vaccination.

NOBIVAC® 1-RABIES IS A SAFE CHOICE

Proven to be uniformly safe in experimental tests, with no significant adverse reactions in extensive clinical trials.1

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE

  • Subcutaneous 1 mL injection for cats
  • Subcutaneous 1 mL injection for ferrets
  • Subcutaneous or intramuscular 1 mL injection for dogs
  • Annual revaccination with 1 dose is recommended
  • Available in a 5 x 10 mL presentation

ALSO AVAILABLE IN OTHER FORMULATIONS

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