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Free Vaccinations at the SPCA!!!

From: Kris V.
Sent on: Saturday, May 1, 2010 10:41 AM
The distemper virus may be preventable with proper vaccinations. If your dog has not been vaccinated please stop by the Orlando SPCA to take advantage of this amazing opportunity!!!!!!!!

No appointment necessary! No limit on the number of dogs you want vaccinated!

The SPCA of Central Florida is offering FREE distemper vaccinations (7 in 1 vaccine DHLPP-CC) at the Orlando location (2727 Conroy Road, Orlando 32839).

The vaccinations will be given in front of the Orlando Shelter on the following dates/times:

Saturday, May 8, 15, 22, and 29 from 8:00-10:00 AM

Sunday, May 9, 16, 23, and 30 from 8:00-10:00 AM

The SPCA of Central Florida is encouraging dog owners to review their dog's medical records to verify that their canine is properly vaccinated against distemper. Distemper in dogs has been called the greatest disease threat to the world's dog population by the American Veterinary Medical Association. There is no known cure for the disease and is difficult to diagnose as it mimics kennel cough in its early stages.

The distemper virus may be preventable with proper vaccinations. The SPCA of Central Florida vaccinates all dogs against the distemper virus directly upon entry into our shelters, using the 7 in 1 vaccine (DHLPP-CC), protecting against, Distemper, Adenovirus, Hepatitis, Leptospira, Parvo Virus, Parainfluenza, and Corona Virus.

The distemper virus, which initially presents itself with cold-like symptoms, may quickly progress to pneumonia, seizures and death. The virus may transmit itself through saliva, mucus, fecal, urine, ocular secretion, or as an airborne pathogen. The virus is not transmittable to humans or cats, but is transmittable to ferrets. Canines under 6-months are at the greatest risk.

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