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WSAVA recommendations for VacciCheck:

Two  new in-practice titer testing kits are now available, which will allow your vet to do a titer test very quickly, without sending the blood sample to a laboratory. Ask your vet to look into this less expensive option. One kit is called VacciCheck…
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VacciCheck determines dog and cat antibody titers to:

Canine Feline
Infeccious Hepatits (ICH) Panleukopenia (FPLV)
Parvovirus (CPV) Herpes Virus (HPV)
Distemper Virus (CDV) Calici Virus (FCV)


The Canine and Feline VacciCheck:

Provides semi quantitative serological results for the three core vaccines. Checks these three vaccines in one test in the veterinary clinic or lab.• Supplies results within 21 minutes.• Does not require a lab or lab technician to perform the test.


Indications of VacciCheck:

• To determine puppy/kitten protection and detect genetic non-responders.• To decide about an adult dog’s unknown vaccination status.• To minimize risk in an animal previously having an adverse reaction to vaccine.• Serology replacing re-vaccination in an annual health check.• Management of disease outbreak in shelters.

Check here what experts are saying about VacciCheck.