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Kennel Cough, or canine infectious tracheobronchitis, is a highly contagious respiratory disease of dogs, characterized by inflammation of the upper respiratory system. The disease is found worldwide and will affect a relatively high percentage of dogs in their lifetime. In general all dogs that are social with other dogs are at risk.

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Connect with Dr. Roeland Wessels, a seasoned practicing veterinarian who also teaches at the University in The Netherlands, through his latest blog posts. Check back regularly for inspirational posts featuring practical ideas for strengthening bonds in your practice between you, your staff and your pet owners and their animals. Get involved and create bonds with colleagues all over the world by interacting in the blog.

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Connect with the experts at Nobivac to help forge stronger bonds within your clinic and with pet owners and their small animals.

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Vaccination guidelines

  • FOR DOGS AND CATS

    Follow this link to access the vaccination guidelines compiled by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA).

  • FOR DOGS

    Follow this link to access the canine vaccination guidelines published by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

  • FOR CATS

    Follow this link to access the feline vaccination guidelines released by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).

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Rabies causes over 55,000 deaths in people each year in Africa and India. Our afya projects are a great way for you and your clients to help eliminate this terrible, deadly disease while giving your clients’ pets protection from the disease.

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Leptospirosis is considered the most widespread zoonotic infection in the world – and infected dogs can also be source of infection for people. Spotting the early signs of canine leptospirosis can be a lot harder than you think

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Create stronger bonds by educating pet owners on the importance of vaccinating their pets. Although vaccination is widely accepted by most of pet owners we do see a drop in vaccination when animals get older. We have developed this animation for you to keep your pet owners informed on the many benefits of vaccination.

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