Veterinary Offices, Clinics & Kennels

Preventing Canine Influenza A in Veterinary Offices Canine Influenza A Virus, is a virus that is easily transmitted among dogs. Although Canine Influenza A doesn’t live long outside of the body, it can spread easily inside of Veterinary offices or veterinary care kennels used for housing ill dogs. Using the correct EPA registered disinfectant in Veterinary offices to prevent the spread of Canine Influenza A in dogs is essential to the canine patient’s health and recovery. Chlorine Dioxide is EPA registered for use against Canine Influenza A Virus in Veterinary offices, and other animal care facilities. Killing Canine Parvovirus in Veterinary Clinics One of the biggest concerns of dog owners is Canine Parvovirus, more commonly referred to as Parvo. A number of puppies and dogs die or are treated for Canine Parvovirus each year in Veterinary Clinics in the United States. A simple and inexpensive vaccine could easily protect the dog from this deadly disease, however; many pets go untreated. Once a puppy or dog with Canine Parvovirus has been introduced to veterinary clinics, it can turn into an epidemic. Chlorine Dioxide is one of the few EPA-registered hard surface disinfection products for Canine Parvovirus. Reducing the Spread of Feline Calicivirus in Kennels and Catteries Feline Calicivirus (FCV) is more common than many cat owners would think. The main problem being FCV vaccination does not always prevent infection, so Feline Calicivirus remains an issue. Chlorine Dioxide is EPA registered for use against the spread of Feline Calicivirus in kennels and catteries.
Preventing Canine Influenza A in Veterinary Offices Canine Influenza A Virus, that is easily transmitted among dogs. Although Canine Influenza A doesn’t live long outside of the body, it can spread easily inside of Veterinary offices or veterinary care kennels used for housing ill dogs. Using the correct EPA registered disinfectant in Veterinary offices to prevent the spread of Canine Influenza A in dogs is essential to the canine patient’s health and recovery. Chlorine Dioxide is EPA registered for use against Canine Influenza A Virus in Veterinary offices, and other animal care facilities.
Killing Canine Parvovirus in Veterinary Clinics One of the biggest concerns of dog owners is Canine Parvovirus, more commonly referred to as Parvo. A number of puppies and dogs die or are treated for Canine Parvovirus each year in Veterinary Clinics in the United States. A simple and inexpensive vaccine could easily protect the dog from this deadly disease, however; many pets go untreated. Once a puppy or dog with Canine Parvovirus has been introduced to veterinary clinics, it can turn into an epidemic. CLO2 (Chlorine Dioxide) is one of the few EPA-registered hard surface disinfection products for Canine Parvovirus. Reducing the Spread of Feline Calicivirus in Kennels and Catteries Feline Calicivirus (FCV) is more common than many cat owners would think. The main problem being FCV vaccination does not always prevent infection, so Feline Calicivirus remains an issue. CLO2 is EPA registered for use against the spread of Feline Calicivirus in kennels and catteries.

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