Canine Spectra Vaccines
The Ultimate Guide to Canine SpectraⓇ VaccinesHave you been looking for cost-effective, easy-to-administer, reliable vaccines for your beloved family dog or your dog’s recent litter of puppies? SpectraⓇ delivers a strong portfolio of single-dose, multi-protection vaccines that are USDA-approved! We’ve got everything you need to know about these economical and comprehensive options, and everything in stock when you’re ready to protect your pets.
Treating a sick pet can be a physical, logistical, and financial burden – but it doesn’t have to be. Though dogs can acquire diseases from people and other animals (both domestic and wild), many can be prevented. Dogs can become ill after encountering infected wildlife in the backyard or after they meet up with a friend for a playdate at the park. Why leave these interactions to chance?
Spectra Vaccines Protect Your Dog
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) recommends several vaccines for dogs and puppies to build long-term immunity. Depending on you/your dog's lifestyle, you may elect to add other risk-based vaccinations, too. If you're unsure what you need, check out our list of essential dog vaccines.
Keep your dog safe with Spectra vaccines (both essential and risk-based) that protect from serious viral and bacterial diseases:
- Adenovirus Types 1 & 2
- Borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme Disease)
- Bordetella bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough)
- Canine Hepatitis
How to Vaccinate at HomeDo you have questions or concerns about administering vaccines at home? When you choose to do it yourself, you save money while still getting safe and effective vaccines with the same ingredients found in those used by veterinarians.
Get full vaccination instructions by visiting VaccinateYourPets.com, calling the vaccination helpline at 1-800-821-5570 or emailing info@VaccinateYourPets.com. As with any vaccine, remember anaphylactoid reactions may occur. Consult your vet with questions for your specific dog(s).
Are Spectra Dog Vaccines Safe?Is your dog a good boy? Of course he is, and yes: Spectra dog vaccines are safe. Every product is USDA-approved for purity, potency, safety, and efficacy. In fact, if they don’t meet the USDA standards, they exceed them. That’s why when you purchase vaccines from PBS Animal Health, we go to great lengths to ensure your product stays cold (and viable) until it reaches you. Make sure to read complete package directions for proper dosage and recommended vaccination schedules.
The Complete Line of Multi-Protection Canine Vaccines
You already know how these Spectra vaccines as a whole are easy to use, safe, and effective. But let’s dive deeper into each separate vaccine to learn more about them individually so you can choose the right one(s) for your pets. Be sure to review full label instructions and plan ahead for additional doses needed.
- Spectra 5: Look no further for your puppies’ first shot. This economical choice delivers 5-way protection against distemper, adenovirus (Types 1 and 2), parainfluenza and parvovirus. Use on dogs (or puppies) more than 6 weeks old.
- Spectra 6: For a more comprehensive first shot, go with 6-way protection that also covers coronavirus. Like Spectra 5, Spectra 6 is administered subcutaneously for healthy dogs (or puppies) at least 6 weeks old.
- Spectra 9: This 9-in-1 shot helps prevent all the same diseases as Spectra 5, but with the additional protection against 4 strains of leptospira.
- Spectra 10: Ideal for multi-dog owners, this comprehensive vaccine offers 10-way protection including leptospira and coronavirus.
- Spectra 10 PLUS LYME: Get everything in Spectra 10 with the additional lyme disease protection. This is a terrific choice for hunting, working, and outdoor dogs.
- Spectra KC 3: Use KC 3 for safe and effective protection against canine cough with this intranasal vaccine. Note: while the other vaccines accommodate dogs 6 weeks and older, this one requires a minimum age of 8 weeks.