Solo-Jec 9 Vaccine for Dogs, 1 single dose with syringe
SOLO-JEC 9 delivers protection against four types of lepto that are known to infect dogs, plus five common canine infectious diseases.
- Canine distemper
- Canine adenovirus type 1
- Canine adenovirus type 2
- Canine parvovirus type 2b
- Leptospira canicola
- Leptospira grippotyphosa
- Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae
- Leptospira pomona
Canine parvovirus type 2b provides protection against all known field strains of canine parvovirus circulating in the U.S.
Leptospirosis is a disease that affects dogs in both rural and urban areas. SOLO-JEC 9 is recommended for dogs who have contact with any type of untreated water source from ponds to backyard puddles.
We recommend ordering vaccines on MONDAY or TUESDAY. To reduce the chance of your vaccine order being exposed to excessive heat or cold, use overnight or priority mail delivery. Vaccines shipped by any other method cannot be returned.
Prescription required for syringe orders shipping to: California, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and U.S. Virgin Islands.
Prescription required for Minnesota.
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The dosage is 1 mL injected subcutaneously. Open the syringe by twisting or tapping the cap against a hard surface to break the heat weld. Prepare the vaccine by injecting the diluent into the vial containing the desiccated vaccine cake. Shake well. Withdraw entire contents into the syringe. Thoroughly prepare injection site with antiseptic. Inject 1 mL subcutaneously.
Puppies 9 weeks or younger:
Vaccinate healthy puppies at 3-4 week intervals until 16 weeks of age for at least 3 doses.
Puppies over 9 weeks and adults:
Puppies and adults should receive a minimum of 2 doses at 3-4 week intervals. Annual revaccination with a single dose is recommended.
Precautions: Only vaccinate healthy animals. Animals incubating any disease or stressed due to shipping, malnutrition, or parasitism may not achieve or maintain an adequate immune response. Burn containers and unused contents. Although rare, severe allergic reactions (anaphylactoid) may occur that require immediate veterinary care. Antidote: Epinephrine.