“New vaccines for pets are currently being developed, that are to be registered this year. I believe that no longer than in two months we will have vaccines for dogs and cats registered, and will immediately start producing them,” said Roman Rybin.
This refers to two new vaccines for pets, that are being developed by the scientific staff at the Institution.
The first one is a multivalent vaccine Carnikan-5, aimed at protecting dogs from canine distemper, canine coronavirus and parvovirus enteritis, adenovirus infections, and rabies.
Another one is a combination vaccine Carnifel for cats, which is also being developed at the Institution. The product is aimed at protecting cats from feline panleukopenia, calicivirus, and viral rhinotracheitis.