Durvet® Kennel-Jec-2™ is for the vaccination of healthy, susceptible dogs as an aid to prevent Canine Upper Respiratory Infection (Kennel Cough) caused by canine parainfluenza and Bordetella bronchiseptica Bacterin (MLV). Read More
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Kennel-Jec-2™Durvet® Kennel-Jec-2™ is for the vaccination of healthy, susceptible dogs as an aid to prevent Canine Upper Respiratory Infection (Kennel Cough) caused by canine parainfluenza and Bordetella bronchiseptica Bacterin (MLV). Durvet® field studies support the safety of administration of this vaccine to puppies as young as 3 weeks of age. Kennel-Jec-2™ is for intranasal use in dogs only, this vaccine is NOT to be injected. Puppies vaccinated between 3-6 weeks of age should be revaccinated at 6 weeks, and an annual revaccination is recommended.
Kennel-Jec-2™ Key Benefits:
- prevents kennel cough
- safe for puppies as young as 3 weeks of age
- intranasal use
Syringe and needle are required for rehydration. Does NOT include syringe and needle.
- Form: Intranasal
- Prevention Type: Canine Parainfuenza, Bordetella Bronchiseptica Bacterin
"Awsome and affordable"
Works great. I work with a rescue and these are perfect. It's 20 at our vet and this saves a ton of money. Regarding the no needle issue, it clearly states it in the description. Some dogs have to be held down by a second person to do the nasal one, but I havn't had an issue and I have vaccinated 7 or so dogs, including 2 of mine. I highly recommend and I plan on buying more since we just rescued 2 pups and had 2 dogs adopted that need them.
Horrible design. It doesn't come with a needle to transfer the water to the solution. I had to remove the rubber seals. Massive PITA. Then, naturally, the dog turned his head ever so slightly and it spilled everywhere. I'll never do nasal again. Man up and just buy the needle.
"I love it!!"
I buy this every year for my 3 dogs. Affordable and easy to give.
"Many owners don't get the bordatella vaccine because they ""don't board"" their dogs and don't want to pay the $20 at the vet's office. All it takes is one trip to the dog park, a friends house or visitor with a sick dog and they wish they had. This vaccine is so simple for a pet owner to administer on their own. No needles, just a mix it up and squirt it with the supplied dropper in their nose. "