The bivalent vaccine against leptospirosis. Dogs are protected against clinical disease and also against becoming renal shedders after challenge.
Each dose contains ≥ 40 hamster PD80 inactivated bacteria of strain Ca-12-000 of L.Canicola and ≥ 40 hamster PD80 inactivated bacteria of strain 820K of L.Icterohaemorrhagiae.
Active immunisation against Leptospirosis caused by L.Icterohaemorrhagiae and L.Canicola of Leptospira interrogans.
Nobivac Lepto is indicated for a basic vaccination schedule with a first vaccination at 8-9 weeks of age, followed by a booster at 12 weeks of age, and for annual revaccination. Vaccination with Nobivac Lepto however is part of a comprehensive vaccination programme. Several alternatives exist. (See vaccination programme for dogs)
Method of administration
Inject 1 ml of Nobivac Lepto subcutaneously. Nobivac Lepto can also be used to reconstitute Intervet’s freeze dried vaccines Nobivac Parvo-C, Nobivac Puppy DP, Nobivac DH, Nobivac DHP, Nobivac DHPPi , Nobivac Pi and Nobivac PPi.
Boxes containing 10 or 50 vials of Nobivac Lepto, or boxes containing 5 or 25 vials of Nobivac Lepto in combination with an equal number of vials with Nobivac DHP or Nobivac DHPPi.
Store at a temperature of 2-8°C.
Nobivac Lepto is safe in pregnant bitches.
Occasionally a mild, anaphylactic-type hypersensitivity reaction may occur after vaccination. This type of reaction can occur after the injection of any foreign protein and is, in most cases, self-limiting.