Nobivac®

Canine 3-DAPv

A proven 3-year vaccine that offers comprehensive protection against 3 highly contagious canine viruses.

CANINE 3-DAPV PROVIDES PROVEN PROTECTION FOR DOGS

Canine Distemper Virus, Canine Adenovirus 2, Canine Parvovirus (modified live viruses).

  • Provides broad coverage against canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus type 2 (CAV-2), and canine parvovirus (CPV)
  • Challenge studies in dogs showed 100% protection over 3 years against distemper, adenovirus type 1, and parvovirus10
  • Formulation containing CPV STRAIN 154®, able to override maternal antibodies at an early age1
  • Serologic tests demonstrated high antibody titers throughout the 3-year post-vaccination isolation period10
  • Manhattan strain of CAV-2 was used to confer protection against canine infectious hepatitis caused by canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1) without eliciting the adverse reactions associated with CAV-1 vaccines10
  • Protects against the commonly spread canine distemper virus
  • Protects against all field strains of CPV currently seen2
  • Prevents both infectious canine hepatitis caused by CAV-1 and infectious tracheobronchitis associated with CAV-2

INDICATIONS:

Approved for the vaccination of healthy dogs for the prevention of disease caused by canine distemper virus and canine parvovirus, and as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by canine adenovirus (both infectious canine hepatitis and infectious tracheobronchitis) for up to 3 years following initial and booster vaccinations.

Recommended for use in healthy dogs 7 weeks of age or older.

Efficacy & Comparisons

PROTECT AGAINST ALL KNOWN STRAINS OF CANINE PARVOVIRUS (CPV), INCLUDING CPV-2C

PROVEN IN AN INDEPENDENT STUDY BY LARSON AND SCHULTZ2

  • No clinical signs of disease were seen in Nobivac-vaccinated puppies after challenge with mixed CPV-2b and CPV-2c strains2
  • First published data showing protection against CPV-2c challenge2
  • All vaccinated puppies were protected from disease
  • All control puppies developed disease and 50% died or were euthanized

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CANINE 3-DAPV IS A SAFE CHOICE

  • Can be safely administered to dogs as young as 7 weeks of age
  • High-titer CPV and canine distemper virus strains proven safe for dogs as young as 4 weeks of age1
  • No injection site or vaccine-related reactions reported during challenge studies

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE

  • Initial 1 mL dose given by subcutaneous route to healthy dogs as early as 7 weeks of age
  • 1 mL booster doses given every 3 to 4 weeks until 12 weeks of age
  • Dogs over 12 weeks of age should initially receive 2 doses 3–4 weeks apart
  • Revaccination every 3 years with a single dose thereafter
  • Available in a 25 x 1 mL dose presentation

ALSO AVAILABLE IN OTHER FORMULATIONS

Professional Resources and Educational Materials

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AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines

In-depth information about canine vaccinations and veterinary best practices.

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Quick Guide to Lepto

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References:

1. Data on file, Merck Animal Health. 

2. Larson LJ, Schultz RD. Do two current canine parvovirus type 2 and 2b vaccines provide protection against the new type 2c variant? Vet Ther. 2008;9(2):94–101. 

3. Schultz RD, Thiel B, Mukhtar E, Sharp P, Larson LJ. Age and long-term protective immunity in dogs and cats. J Comp Pathol. 2010;142 Suppl 1:S102–S108. 

8. Spibey N, Greenwood NM, Sutton D, Chalmers WS, Tarpey I. Canine parvovirus type 2 vaccine protects against virulent challenge with type 2c virus. Vet Microbiol. 2008;128(1-2) :48-55. 

10. Gore TC, Lakshmanan N, Duncan KL, Coyne ML, Lum MA, Sterner FJ. Three-year duration of immunity in dogs following vaccination against canine adenovirus type-1, canine parvovirus, and canine distemper virus. Vet Ther. 2005;6(1):5–14

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