Nobivac® Tricat Trio

Nobivac® Tricat Trio

Cats

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Our company produces vaccines and medicines to help thousands of New Zealand’s cats every year, but it doesn’t just stop there. We never lose sight of the fact that we are part of each and every healthy pet’s life.

To find out how to protect the health and happiness of your cat with vaccine information, health advice, communication tips and more – look for The Purrfect Book™.
Available from your veterinarian now.

Nobivac® Tricat Trio

Nobivac Tricat Trio – the next generation in flexible cat protection.

Nobivac® Tricat Trio is a live attenuated, freeze-dried vaccine containing the 3 core viruses - feline panleucopaenia virus, feline herpesvirus, and feline calicivirus.

Core feline vaccination
Vaccination is an integral part of a preventative health care programme. Every cat should be vaccinated against 3 core diseases – feline panleucopaenia (or infectious enteritis), feline herpesvirus and feline calicivirus (both causes of “cat flu”). These diseases can have devastating consequences for a cat and it is easy to prevent them by regular vaccination.

New technologies
Advances in veterinary medicine have given us the ability to reduce the number of vaccinations that are given regularly to a cat. In particular, vaccination against feline panleucopaenia with Nobivac Tricat Trio can be reduced to once every 3 years.

The importance of “cat flu”
The cat flu viruses are widespread and very contagious. Vaccination against cat flu can be tailored to the individual’s need.  A Nobivac vaccine programme offers the flexibility of 3 yearly revaccination intervals using Nobivac Tricat Trio, combined with targeted annual revaccination with Nobivac Ducat in interim years for those cats at higher risk of exposure to cat flu.
• For a cat at higher risk of exposure – one that visits boarding catteries, has an indoor-outdoor lifestyle or is from a multi-cat household – annual vaccination is recommended. 
• For a cat at lower risk of exposure – an indoor cat that doesn’t visit boarding catteries – 3 yearly vaccination is adequate.
Talk with your local vet about your cat’s lifestyle and an appropriate Nobivac vaccination programme.


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