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Merck Animal Health EquiNile with Havlogen, 1 Dose

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Horse West Nile (WNV) - 1 Dose Syringe
Aids in reduction of: Disease, encephalitis, and viremia caused by West Nile Virus

    When to use:
    • Annually (usually in spring)
    • Every 6 months (optional depending on risk)
    • Pregnant mares 4-6 weeks prior to foaling**
    • **Mare recommendations per AAEP vaccination guidelines

Indications: For vaccination of healthy horses 6 months of age or older, as an aid in reduction of disease, encephalitis and viremia caused by West Nile virus. Duration of immunity is under development. Foals nursing immune-dams should be vaccinated when maternal antibody levels will allow active immunization
A vaccine containing inactivated, concentrated, adjuvanted, tissue culture origin West Nile virus - flavivirus chimera.

Dose: For primary vaccination aseptically administer 1mL intramuscularly, repeat with a single dose in 3 - 4 weeks. Annual revaccination is recommended. A booster dose can be administered at more frequent intervals based upon individual horse or farm disease risk assessment or any time epidemic conditions exist or are reported. Consult your veterinarian.
CAUTIONS: Store at 2°-7°C (35°-45°F). Shake well before using. Use entire contents when first opened. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. Inject deep into the muscle only. Local reactions may occur at the injection sites in vaccinates, and most of these reactions resolve in 3 to 7 days following vaccination. Systemic reactions may also occur in animals following vaccination. If allergic reaction occurs, treat with epinephrine. Care should be used to avoid injecting your own fingers, hands, or other body parts. Accidental injection can cause serious local reactions. Contact a physician immediately if an accidental injection occurs.