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Preventive medicine

What are the three components of preventive medicine husbandry, vaccination & sanitation
list 5 components of owner education behavior, training, nutrition, parasite control, neutering and spaying, shelter, potentially toxic food items
name the two types of immunity passive and active
what is passive immunity natural passive - mothers milk artificial passive - blood transfusion
what is active immunity natural active - mothers milk artificial active - vaccinations
who don't we vaccinate sick or pregnant
when do we vaccinate livestock during gestation period
what are the core k9 vaccinations Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, rabbies and heartworm treatment
what does DHPP stand for distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza
what are the core feline vaccinations FVRCP and rabies
what does FVRCP stand for feline viral rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia
what is an attenuated vaccine modified live vaccine
when can you start deworming as early as 6 weeks
where would you give your core vaccinations right upper front leg
where do you give the rabies vaccine right rear a low as possible
where would give the lyme or leukemia vaccine left hind
what are the add on vaccines leptospirosis and corna virus
when is the first core boosters given 12 weeks
when is the second core boosters given 16 weeks
when is the third set of core boosters given 1 year
when do you start the rabies vaccination 16 weeks
what is the 1 -2 - 3 rule 1= 1month 2= 2cm 3= 3months
what can fleas transmit tapeworm
what can tics transmit lymes disease
what is one common non-core or elective vaccine for felines. feline leukemia
why do we not recommend non core vaccines for cats due to their sensitivity
how early do you start vaccinations for a puppy 6-8 weeks
how early do you start vaccinations for a kitten 6-8 weeks
are crates an acceptable form of punishment no
what preventative care is recommended dogs to stay on year round heartworm, flea and tic and a dewormer
what are clinical signs for canine distemper high fever, red eyes, watery discharge
is canine distemper zoonotic no
how is canine distemper transmitted air born contact with contaminated bedding, kennel or secretions
is canine hepatitis zoonotic no
what are some clinical signs of canine hepatitis coughing, fever, pneumonia, vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, liver failure
what is rabies a viral disease effecting the brain and CNS
how many stages of clinical signs are there for rabies 3
what are some clinical signs of rabies fever, confusion, fear of water
how is rabies transmitted saliva, scratches and bites of infected animal
what system does the parvovirus effect alimentary system
what are some clinical signs and symptoms of parvovirus anorexia, fever, bloody runny projectile diarrhea and rapid dehydration
is parvovirus zoonotic no
what is treatment for parvovirus IV fluids w/ electrolytes and vitamins, antibiotics and treat secondary symptoms
is rabies zoonotic yes
what is the treatment for rabies there is no TX except secondary treatment
what does canine influenza effect upper respiratory virus...very contagious
what are the signs and symptoms of canine influenza cough, fever, nasal discharge, loss of appetite, lethregy
how is canine influenza transmitted airborne and secretions
what is the treatment for canine influenza symptom care, antibiotics, anti virals and cough meds
what are some signs and symptoms of feline viral rhinotracheitis sneezing, coughing, nasal congestion, conjunctivitis, discharge from eyes and nose
what is the TX for FVR symptomatic TX
is FVR zoonotic no
what kind of disease is calicivirus viral respiratory disease
what are the clinical signs for calicivirus loss of appetite, eye discharge, nasal discharge
what is panleukopenia a viral infection that effects the GI tract
what are signs and symptoms of panleukopenia bloody diarrhea, fever, vomiting, dehydration
which feline vaccination would you do a ELIZA test for before you vaccinate Feline leukemia virus
what are two bovine diseases we vaccinate for Bovine Viral Diarrhea, bovine brucellosis
what is the core equine vaccinaton western equine encephalitis
where do you administer the k9 core vaccinations right front leg
where do you administer k9 and feline rabies right rear leg most distal
where is lepto and lyme vaccinations administered left hind leg
where is the corona vaccination administered left front
where are the feline core FVRCP vaccines administered right front
where would the feline leukemia administered right rear
is feline leukemia core or non core non-core
what is normal HR for k9 80-140bpm
what is normal HR for feline 150-220bpm
what is normal RPM for k9 8-20rpm
what is normal RPM for feline 8-30rpm
what is normal temp for k9 99-102*F
what is normal temp for feline 100-102*F
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