CaniShot® DHPPL is used for an aid for canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus (infectious canine hepatitis), canine parvovirus, canine parainfluenza virus infection, and Leptospira spp. infections.
Administration & Dosage
Dissolve one dose of CaniShot® DHPP with one dose of CaniShot® Lepto. Administer per dog, 1 dose of the reconstituted vaccine by subcutaneous injection in the neck or intramuscular injection in the thigh.
1 dose, 2 doses, 5 doses, or 10 doses per vial
24 months after the production date
Store the vaccine in the dark at between 2 and 8℃
In vaccinating animals:
Vaccinate only healthy dogs.
Use sterile syringes and needle.
Follow the ‘1needle, 1 animal’ rule. Avoid vaccination to
Do not vaccinate diseased dogs.
Give special attention the following dogs before vaccination:
Dogs with fever, diarrhea, and other clinical abnormalities;
Dogs under stress; Dogs undergoing treatment or recently treated; Dogs
with obvious nutritional disorder.
Dogs might show temporary fever, lethargy, or anorexia after vaccination.
Avoid any stressful situation at least 1 week before and after vaccination.
In handling the vaccine:
Use immediately after reconstitution.
Keep the vaccine away from direct sunlight, heating, and freezing.
Do not use a vaccine whose appearance and content appears abnormal.
Do not use a vaccine that is discolored or not vacuum-sealed properly.
Used vial should be destroyed safely.
Accidental human injection of the vaccine could cause inflammation or pain. In such cases, seek medical attention immediately showing the properties of the vaccine in the label, the insert or the package box.
Follow the instruction of the veterinarian.
For further information, refer to local distributors or the manufacturer.