Rabies is one of the major zoonotic diseases( diseases transferred from animals to humans), present almost all over the world. whose major reservoir is dog and it can affect every mammal. It is a fatal disease in which rabies virus attacks the central nervous system of the animal leading to death. Infection is usually transmitted by saliva of rabid animal through bite or contamination of wound. Because rabies can be transmitted from animals to humans, it can pose a serious public health concern.
Rabisin Vaccine for dogs & cats.
An inactivated vaccine against rabies, presented as a clear colourless suspension for injection.
Each 1ml dose contains at least 1IU rabies virus glycoproteins. Also contains aluminium hydroxide adjuvant.
For the active immunisation of dogs and cats to reduce mortality and clinical signs due to rabies infection.
Immunity has been demonstrated 1 month after vaccination and has been shown to persist up to the next re-vaccination dose.
Dosage and administration
Inject one 1 ml dose subcutaneously, according to the following schedule:
Minimum age at vaccination: 3 months.
Booster vaccination should be given every two years.