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Enter a new age of pet protection with the VacciCheck titer test kit. VacciCheck provides fast, reliable and affordable confirmation of core vaccine immunity for dogs and cats.

The benefits are clear

Validate after you vaccinate

Revolutionary Product

Allows to evaluate immune responds for three core Vaccines in dogs and cats.

Quick and Simple

Tests determine if a dog or cat requires additional vaccinations.

Cost Effective

Assurance the protection of serious infectious diseases, without side effects.

Why VacciCheck

Watch the video and learn how your Vet can use VacciCheck to confirm your pets’ immunity.

Empirical evidence

Discover what scientific research has to say about the use of VacciCheck in your clinic.

2012

Ronald D. Schultz, P.

“This test is a rapid, simple, reliable and cost-effective “in house” assay and is especially useful to determine if a dog requires additional vaccination.”

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2013

Richard B. Ford, D. M

“Consider this: Does a “positive” antibody test result today assure the patient will be protected tomorrow? … or a year from now? …or 3 years from…

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2016

WSAVA – guidelines for the vaccination of dogs and cats

“The principles of ‘evidence based veterinary medicine’ suggest that testing for antibody status…

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2017

AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines

“A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile) immunity in dogs.

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2108-2020

Panleukopenia Vaccination Guidelines

““A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile)…

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A titer test for core vaccines reveals if your pet is already immunized from the previous vaccination by detecting antibodies.

Studies have shown that any measurable level of antibody for core vaccines indicates your pet is immunize

Dogs (Canine)

Hepatitis

Parvovirus

Distemper

Cats (Feline)

Panleukopenia

Herpes

Calici Virus

Puppies/kittens –

“A dedicated owner may wish to confirm that a puppy is protected after the course of primary vaccinations when these are completed at 16 weeks or older“ (WSAVA).

Adult Pets –

“A titer test can be used to confirm protection at 3-yearly intervals“ (WSAVA).

Veterinarians can perform a quick and simple test in their clinic, VacciCheck. Canine and Feline VacciCheck are core vaccine tests that determine if a dog or cat requires additional vaccination.

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What the experts have to say about VacciCheck

It is well established that once animals have received their initial vaccinations and have achieved immunity, the majority should have protection for at least seven to nine years, if not their lifetime.

Profesor Ronald Schultz

“This test is a rapid, simple, reliable and cost-effective “in house” assay and is especially useful to determine if a dog requires additional vaccination.”

Professor Richard B. Ford

“Positive” antibody test results for the core diseases not only correlate with protection, but indicate that the patient has produced long-term immune (B-cell) “memory”.”

Dr. Patrick Mahaney

Research has shown that vaccinating to a dog that is sufficiently immune to a particular infectious agent doesn’t create an increased level of immunity.

Find your vet

Ronald D. Schultz, P.

“This test is a rapid, simple, reliable and cost-effective “in house” assay and is especially useful to determine if a dog requires additional vaccination.”

References

Ronald D. Schultz, P. (2012, 10 16). Considerations for the Titer Testing of Core Canine Vaccines. p. 2.

Richard B. Ford, D. M

“Consider this: Does a “positive” antibody test result today assure the patient will be protected tomorrow? … or a year from now? …or 3 years from now? In a way…YES…it does.”

“Positive” antibody test results for the core diseases not only correlate with protection, but indicate that the patient has produced long-term immune (B-cell) “memory”.”

References

Richard B. Ford, D. M. (2013). Vital Vaccination Series, Antibody Titers versus Vaccination. Today’s Veterinary Practice, 35 - 38.

WSAVA - guidelines for the vaccination of dogs and cats

“The principles of ‘evidence based veterinary medicine’ suggest that testing for antibody status (for either puppies or adult dogs) should be better practice than simply administering a vaccine booster on the basis that this would be ‘safe and cost less’.”

“Two new in-practice titer testing kits are now available, which will allow your vet to do a titer test very quickly, without sending the blood sample to a laboratory. Ask your vet to look into this less expensive option.”

References

M. J. Day, M. C. Horzinek, R. D. Schultz and R. A. Squires. (2016). WSAVA - GUIDELINES FOR THE VACCINATION OF DOGS AND CATS. Journal of Small Animal Practice.

AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines

“A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile) immunity in dogs. This applies to not only laboratory-based testing procedures (quantitative testing) but to in-clinic point-of-care (qualitative testing) antibody kits as well.”

AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines

“Vaccination-challenge experiments for core vaccines, CDV, CAV and CPV have provided excellent data to show that there is a good correlation between a vaccine-induced antibody titer and protection against disease and that core vaccine last longer than 1 year.“

References

Ronald D. Schultz, P. (2012, 10 16). Considerations for the Titer Testing of Core Canine Vaccines. p. 2.

Panleukopenia Vaccination Guidelines

“A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile) immunity in dogs. This applies to not only laboratory-based testing procedures (quantitative testing) but to in-clinic point-of-care (qualitative testing) antibody kits as well.”

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