Studies of parvovirus vaccination in the dog: the performance of live attenuated feline parvovirus vaccines.

@article{Thompson1988StudiesOP,
  title={Studies of parvovirus vaccination in the dog: the performance of live attenuated feline parvovirus vaccines.},
  author={Hal Thompson and Irene McCandlish and H. J. C. Cornwell and L Macartney and Neil S. Maxwell and A F Weipers and I R Wills and J Andrew Black and A C Mackenzie},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1988},
  volume={122 16},
  pages={378-85}
}
The performance of three live attenuated feline parvovirus vaccines licensed for use in the dog was studied. At the end of the primary vaccination course 67 per cent of dogs had inadequate antibody levels (less than or equal to 32) as measured by a haemagglutination inhibition test. Interference by maternal antibody accounted for some of the failures but… CONTINUE READING