Bronchi-Shield® III intranasal vaccine protects dogs against Adenovirus Type 1 (Hepatitis), Adenovirus Type 2 (Respiratory Disease), Parainfluenza and Bordetella bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough). It provides fast, effective immunity against canine infectious tracheobronchitis. Bronchi-Shield® III contains modified live virus and avirulent live culture. Recommended for the vaccination of healthy dogs eight weeks of age or older. Package contains twenty-five 1 ml doses.
For intranasal vaccination of healthy dogs eight weeks of age or older. Shake well before use.
25 (1 ml) vials of dry vaccine
25 (1 ml) vials of sterile diluent
For intranasal use only.Do not vaccinate dogs parenterally.
In case of anaphylactoid reaction, administer epinephrine.
Store in the dark at 35°-45° F (2-7° C). Do not freeze. Use entire contents when first opened.
Burn vaccine containers and all unused contents.
Directions for Use: Rehydrate Bronchi-Shield® III with accompanying sterile diluent. Shake well and use immediately. Using aseptic technique, administer entire dose intranasally. Use applicator tip on hub of syringe in place of syringe needle. Instill 0.5 ml of rehydrated vaccine into each nostril using a syringe with applicator tip. Apply new nasal applicator tip for each dog vaccinated. Annual revaccination is recommended.
Bronchi-Shield® III is designed for intranasal use only. Do not vaccinate dogs parenterally.
A very small percentage of animals may show sneezing, coughing or nasal discharge following vaccination. These signs are usually transient.
The Infovax-ID® System provides a simple and effective method of recording pertinent information on the vaccines administered to animals in a veterinary practice.
For vaccines requiring reconstitution, remove label from both vials and affix both labels to the animal's medical chart. 1.) Grasp the lower right-hand corner of the tab at the arrow marked "Peel Here" between your thumb and forefinger. 2.) Pull steadily at a slight upward angle until the top portion of the label is separated from the vial. 3.) Place the label on the animal's medical chart. Press down on the label to ensure adhesion.