Feline UltraNasal Vaccines
What are the benefits of the Feline Ultranasal Vaccines?
Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus are both respiratory diseases, so by giving your cat an intranasal vaccine
, you are giving them direct prevention against these diseases. Immunity is very fast – in fact, after just 4 days, cats have complete protection against rhinotracheitis.
Unlike injected vaccines, intranasal vaccines are safe to use in young kittens that may not have enough maternal antibodies to protect them. There’s also no risk of injection-site reactions or sarcomas. Plus, the easy-to-use applicator means there’s no sharps disposal!
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