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Attempts to vaccinate cats, dogs, minks and foxes with attenuated vaccines containing feline panleukopenia virus or canine parovirus



Attempts to vaccinate cats, dogs, minks and foxes with attenuated vaccines containing feline panleukopenia virus or canine parovirus



Bulletin of the Veterinary Institute in Puawy1986; 28/29(1-4): 94-102



Vaccines containing live, attenuated feline panleukopenia virus or canine parvovirus were given to 26 cats, 10 dogs, 93 mink and 27 foxes. No clinical symptoms of disease were found among vaccinated animals, or among those not vaccinated (left in cages together with the vaccinated animals).

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