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Dramatic changes have occurred in the past 20 years regarding the way veterinarians view vaccines and vaccination practices. This course will provide much-sought-after answers to
questions about a wide variety of vaccine- and
vaccination-related topics. It will provide an historical perspective on vaccine-associated
sarcomas (VAS) and examine the recent trend of calling them “injection-site sarcomas” (ISS)
and how that may have led to misperceptions about these tumors. It will also explore the conundrum of which cats to test for feline
leukemia virus (FeLV), which testing method to
use, and which cats to vaccinate against FeLV.
You’ll also gain expert advice on other non- core feline vaccines, pediatric vaccination, vaccination intervals, and vaccine safety and
adverse events.
Learning Objectives:
1. Answer some of the more common
controversial questions about current vaccination protocols raised by practicing veterinarians, including perceptions and misconceptions regarding feline
vaccine associated sarcomas (VAS).
2. Review the historical perspective on and risk management recommendations for VAS in cats.
3. Understand why upper respiratory infection (URI) signs still appear in well-vaccinated cats.
4. Discover best practice vaccination protocols for testing and protecting specific feline
populations against feline leukemia virus (FeLV).
5. Learn facts, recommendations, and resources regarding rabies and feline rabies vaccination.
Approved for 2 hours of RACE Continuing Education

Mar 18, 2021 06:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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