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Its Just a Little Pin Prick

An infections in dogs that causes signs of upper respiratory disease. Adenovirus
An upper respiratory infection caused by bacteria. Also known as Kennel Cough. Bordetella bronchiseptica
A bacterial disease caused by bacteria in which a tick vector transports the bacteria. Also known as Lyme disease. Borrelia burgdorferi
A bacterial disease with many strains. Clostridium
The scientific name of heartworm Dirofilaria immitis
Inflammation of the brain. encephalitis
A bacteria disease of swine causing acute septicemia. Erysipelas rhusiopathiae
Feline Immunideficiency Virus
Inflammation of the liver. hepatitis
An administration of antigen to stimulate a protective immune response against a specific infectious agent. Also called vaccination. immunization
Within the muscle. Abbreviated IM. intramuscular
Within the vein. Abbreviated IV. intravenous
A bacterial disease caused by various serotypes of this bacteria. Leptospirosis
A bacteria causing respiratory disease. Mycoplasma
Parvovirus infection. Also known as feline distemper. Panleukopenia
Paramyxovirus infection of dogs that conributes to upper rspiratory infections and causes subclinical bronchitis. Parainfluenza
Inflammmation of the peritoneum. peritonitis
Herpesvirus infection in cats taht is associated with upper respiratory and ocular infection. rhinotracheitis
Malignanat neoplasm of soft tissue arising form connective tissue. sarcoma
Under the skin or dermal layer. Abbreviated SQ and SC subcutaneous
Localized areas of swelling that itch. Also known as hives. urticaria
An administration of antigen to stimulate a protective immune response against a specific infectious agent. Also known as immunization. vaccination
Its the withdrawing of blood from a vein. venipuncture
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