TAMU ANSC 210 - Cat Vaccinations and Noninfectious Diseases (6 pages)

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Cat Vaccinations and Noninfectious Diseases

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This lecture went over the various cat vaccines that are required and optional. We also covered which diseases the vaccines covered, their symptoms, and treatments, if any.


Lecture number:
23
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Ansc 210 - Companion Animal Science
Edition:
2

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1nd Edition ANSC 210 Lecture 23 Outline of Previous Lecture Outline of Current Lecture I II III IV Recommended Cat Core Vaccinations Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis Feline Calicivirus Feline Panleukopenia Recommended Cat Vaccinations a Feline leukemia b Feline Immunodeficiency Virus c Feline Infection Peritonitis V Vaccination problems a Adverse reactions i Vaccine associated sarcoma from rabies feline leukemia and other vaccinations b Vaccination failure i Vaccinate the animal ii Animal stills gets the disease VI Know These Diseases VII Noninfectious Diseases a Hip dysplasia b Patella Luxations c Heart disease d Kidney Disease e Feline Urological Syndrome f Liver Amyloidosis g Cataracts h Glaucoma Current Lecture I Recommended Cat Core Vaccinations a Modified Life i Feline rhinotracheitis herpevirus 1 ii Calicivirus iii Feline panleukopenia 1 6 8 weeks and every 3 4 weeks after until 16 weeks old These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute II III IV b Killed Rabies at 4 months c Revaccinate for all at one year of age and then every three years after that Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis Feline Calicivirus a Upper respiratory virus spread by direct contact b Recovered cats are reservoirs for the disease c Symptoms most severe in kittens i Eye discharge ii Nose discharge iii Fever iv Anorexia d Symptoms last one week Feline Panleukopenia a Also called feline parvoviral enteritis b Highly contagious c Fecal oral transmission d Symptoms i Depression ii Vomiting iii Diarrhea iv Low white cells susceptible to secondary infections e Supportive treatments Recommended Cat Vaccinations a Feline leukemia i Cats living outdoors ii Lives with feline leukemia infected cat iii Two doses at 2 4 week intervals then annual iv Caused by oncovirus v Exposure of saliva of infected cats vi Symptoms 1 Fever 2 Enlarged lymph nodes 3 Depression 4 Anorexia 5 Vomiting 6 Diarrhea 7 Secondary



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