How To Mix Pet Vaccines At Home
When it comes to mixing a pet vaccine at home, follow these four simple steps:
- Take the liquid (diluent) bottle and turn upside down and insert a sterile needle into the vial. Slowly pull back the syringe plunger to withdraw the contents into the syringe.
- Now, take the dry (dessicant or cake) bottle and insert the needle that is holding the liquid and push the plunger to release all of the liquid.
- Remove the needle and gently shake the bottle until it is completely mixed.
- Insert the needle back into the mixed bottle and slowly pull back the syringe plunger to withdraw the contents into the syringe. Tap the syringe lightly to be sure there is no excess air or air bubbles.
The Revival Vaccine Finder is a free tool to help choose the right vaccines for your dog or cat. Once you give your dog or cat their vaccination, don’t forget to record your pet’s vaccinations on your dog or cat’s health records.
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