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Official Raccoon vaccine protocols

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Official Raccoon vaccine protocols

Postby Ana » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:14 pm

Canine distemper (Merial PUREVAX Ferret Distemper) vaccinate at 6-8 weeks and every 14 weeks of age; booster annually. Recombinant
canary poxvectored CDV is recommended --> modified live vaccine

Traditional MLV vaccines should not be used because they can cause post-vaccinal CDV encephalitis

Rabies: vaccinate at 16 weeks; booster annually.
Only a killed rabies vaccine product should be used.
Feline parvovirus (panleukopenia) and leptospirosis may be indicated depending on location, possible exposure or
outbreak.

Feline parvovirus killed vaccine (i.e. Fort Dodge FVRCP) vaccinate at 6-8 weeks, then repeat every 3-4 weeks until 14 weeks
of age; booster annually.
Leptospirosis: vaccinate at 10-12 weeks, repeat once in 3-4 weeks and then annually.

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Re: Official Raccoon vaccine protocols

Postby Sparttan117 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:32 pm

So are feline and canine distemper close enough that the feline one covers both?
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Postby Ana » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:03 pm

This is what I was given by the vet's office, so I presume so. They have taken a personal
interest in my boys, and have been in conversation with vets across the globe in regard to
raccoon habitat, diet, vaccinations and overall wellbeing. If there are any changes, I'll post
them here! :)
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Postby TamanduaGirl » Fri Sep 01, 2017 6:28 pm

Ana wrote:Canine distemper (Merial PUREVAX Ferret Distemper)



Does your vet have this? It's only sold in Canada now and it's the only thing safe to vaccinate a fennec with for distemper. I'd love to get Ikigai vaccinated for distemper but can't because of this, it's pretty hard to catch from what I read(only survives a few hours outside the body but not having him vaccinated leaves me a bit paranoid anyway). If your vet has access to this and could get some to my vet I'd be grateful. If your vet does have this I could PM you my vet's info so your vet could contact mine and work something out about sending it, if he's willing/able. You'll probably have to ask him before answering so just let me know.
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Re: Official Raccoon vaccine protocols

Postby Ana » Fri Sep 01, 2017 7:00 pm

She special ordered it for my kids - its so awesome having a vet that is interested in them,
knows them, and really cares about them. If you send me your vet info, I'll forward it and
maybe get you the stuff! ♡♡♡
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Postby TamanduaGirl » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:29 pm

Thank you. My vet vet did look into ordering but couldn't find any from her sources.
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Re: Official Raccoon vaccine protocols

Postby Badger » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:29 pm

From my scientific literature research and talking with several veterinarians, killed vaccines are the way to go, and since the raccoon can get both types of distemper, you should vaccinate for both dog & cat varieties. Cat distemper vaccines can be found at farm & ranch stores and through livestock stores that stores that sell vaccines, at least the western states I am in and around.
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Postby DeweysMom » Tue Sep 05, 2017 1:16 pm

Rather than load up on all vaccines at once for my guys - which can be really hard on their immune response systems - I will alternate the feline distemper and the canine distemper. One year, they get the feline, the next year they get the canine. Of course, I always defer to my vet and her knowledge of the current distemper situation for our area. If one strain is cropping up more than the other, we'll vaccinate for that one rather than alternating.
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