Determination of antibodies against parvovirus and distemper in dogs (vaccination titer test)
In general, it is important to administer as few vaccines as possible while ensuring that dogs are protected against life-threatening viral and bacterial diseases. According to the statement of leading professional associations and vaccination commissions "Vaccinate more animals, the individual animal as often as necessary!", antibody tests can be used to prove the duration of immunity after vaccination with core vaccines. With the Fassisi CanTi Check, an individual vaccination management can be established to vaccinate the individual animal only as often as necessary. With only one blood sample from the dog it can be checked within a few minutes for existing circulating antibodies against canine parvovirus (CPV) and canine distemper virus (CDV). The immune status of the dog with regard to these two pathogens can be determined directly in practice. Detection of existing circulating antibodies indicates the presence of immunity and does not require re-vaccination.