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Because of the increasing rate of diagnosis of dogs in the Omaha area, we are recommending vaccination of our house dogs and especially hunting dogs.
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Side effects from puppy and dog vaccinations are usually mild. Your puppy or dog may become lethargic, achy or irritable for a day after the vaccination. If your pet displays more serious side effects, contact your pet's veterinarian in Omaha right away.
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Omaha Vaccine Company / Pet Supplies Delivered is the pioneer and benchmark for the Animal Health mail order profession. We offer the Pet Supplies Delivered catalog which includes 4,800 products for dogs, cats, birds, ferrets and small animals. Products offered include vaccines, pharmaceuticals, flea and tick control, dental care, healthAs the Stock Yards declined over the end of the 20th century, Omaha Vaccine took another pioneering step by a starting a catalog. Not quite as thick as a Macy’s catalog, the black-and-white newsprint book sold everything from horse bridles and dog leashes to vaccinations for cattle, hogs, horses and swine.Omaha Vaccine Company / Pet Supplies Delivered is the pioneer and benchmark for the Animal Health mail order profession. We offer the Best Care catalog which includes 6,000 products for dogs, cats, birds, ferrets and small animals. Products offered include vaccines, pharmaceuticals, flea and tick control, dental care, health care, grooming, training aids, bedding, toys and rawhide treats. The First Place catalog has over 1,500 products for your equine and livestock. Some of the products offered include vaccines, dewormers, tack, supplements antibiotics and pharmaceuticals For over 40 years, hundreds of thousands of loyal customers have relied on O.V.C. / Pet Supplies Delivered. We hold this responsibility with the highest regard. We understand that we must continue to improve our services to you, and be able to change to accommodate your very real needs.Rabies - Rabies is a highly infectious viral disease that invariably causes neurological signs and death. All mammals, including humans, are susceptible. It is present in some wildlife populations in Nebraska. We are blessed in America to have very few human cases of . However, In Omaha, all cats, dogs, and ferrets are legally required to be vaccinated against rabies.The experimental vaccinations were done in collaboration with Covance Research Products (Denver, Pa.) with a standard kennel facility located in Kalamazoo, Mich. A total of 10 purebred specific-pathogen-free beagle dogs (number 2; 5 to 7 months old, three males and seven females) were obtained from the Covance Research Products stock colony. All animals received the usual vaccines and medication per Covance Research Products standard operating procedure. Noncertified canine diet number 5L03 (PMI Feeds, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.) and tap water from a well supply were provided ad libitum. One dog served as a control, and each of the remaining nine dogs was assigned to one of three vaccine groups. Each vaccine group comprised three dogs, and all dogs in each group received one of the following vaccines: RECOMBITEK Lyme (Merial, Athens, Ga.), LymeVax (Fort Dodge Animal Health, Fort Dodge, Iowa), and Galaxy Lyme (Schering-Plough Animal Health, Omaha, Nebr.). Local veterinarians obtained the vaccines from veterinary distributors. Each animal received a total of 0.5 to 1.0 ml of vaccine at each administration. Each dose was divided into two intramuscular or subcutaneous injections (based on the vaccine manufacturers' instructions) and administered in two different injection sites. Vaccine was administered at weeks 0, 2, 33, 36, and 39. Test bleeds were obtained weekly between weeks 3 and 18 and weeks 33 and 43. Bleeds also were obtained immediately before the administration of the vaccine at weeks 0, 33, 36, and 39. Whole blood was collected via a jugular vein into glass Vacutainer tubes containing no anticoagulant. Serum was obtained from these samples and stored frozen at −20 to −80°C.Canine Kennel Cough – Canine kennel cough (infectious tracheobronchitis) is most often caused by the bacteria Bordetella bronchiseptica. It may also be caused or worsened by parainfluenza, adenovirus-2, and other bacteria and viruses. It is very contagious via respiratory secretions. Infectious tracheobronchitis is very common in and around Omaha. Consider this vaccine if your pet will be in close contact with other dogs, such as at boarding facilities, grooming salons, dog parks, training classes, or .