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Nobivac DHP is the most popular basic vaccination used for dogs. It acts against Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvo Virus. It can be diluted with Nobivac Solvent. Alternatively it can be diluted with Nobivac Lepto 2 or Nobivac Lepto 4 to also provide protection against Leptospirosis.
Please note Nobivac Diluent (solvent) is NOT routinely included with this purchase. However you can purchase a Nobivac Solvent seperately here.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Nobivac DHP Injection for Dogs, including answers from our team.
My dog is a year old and I thought she may be due a booster I have read nobivac is every three years is this correct , in sept 2019 she had all her initial vaccinations of nobivac DHP and L4 but vet/ nurse has documented she needs a booster in sept 2020
Nobivac DHP is licensed to only need to be given once every 3 years, if the last dose was given when your dog was older than 10 weeks. However most vets will give a booster vaccine at 1 year old to ensure immunity. After this dose at a year old then boosting every 3 years is adequate.
The Nobivac L4 vaccine must be boosted once yearly to ensure immunity so your dog will need annual boosters regardless. I recommend following their specific advice on which to give.
If the first dose is given at 12 weeks is there a need for another ?
Below is the advice from the data sheet itself which should answer your question. If you have any more specific questions I recommend contacting the vet who is carrying out the vaccine course on your puppy.
Primary course vaccination: A single injection should establish active immunity in dogs of 10 weeks of age or older.
Booster vaccination: To maintain protection a single booster dose is recommended every three years.
Bertie, my 10 yr Cocker Spaniel had his booster delayed by 3 months. He had it today. When is he able to go outside for walks, please? Thank you.
If you are having a booster vaccination then immunity will already be present and will be 'boosted' to ensure it lasts another 3 years, you therefore will not need to wait before taking your dog out.
If this was a restart to the vaccination course as it was overdue, then the onset of immunity is 7 days so I would advise waiting this long.