An Insider's View of Canine Parvovirus in Shelter Dogs

December 2013 by Ronald Schultz, MS, PhD, ACVM

Audience: Veterinary Team

Few people have as intimate a knowledge of canine parvovirus as Dr. Ronald D. Schultz, Chair of the Department of Pathobiological Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, head of the Maddie's® Laboratory for Diagnosis and Prevention of Shelter Diseases, and one of the country's leading veterinary vaccine researchers. In this series of videos, he takes viewers inside the fight to identify CPV in the 70s, the struggle to combat outbreaks of infectious disease in shelters, and the rise of new preventive and diagnostic tools for parvo.

Maternally-Derived Parvo Antibodies and Puppy Immunization
Immunization vs. Vaccination
Vaccinating Shelter Puppies
Titer Testing Can Protect Puppies from Parvovirus
Lack of Immunity to Parvovirus in Shelter Dogs
Vaccinating Adult Shelter Dogs for Parvo
Antibody Titer Testing in Animal Shelters

 

Series: Protecting Shelter Puppies from Canine Parvovirus

Maternally-Derived Parvo Antibodies and Puppy Immunization

Video Length: 4 Minutes

 

Immunization vs. Vaccination

Video Length: 3 Minutes

 

Vaccinating Shelter Puppies

Video Length: 3 Minutes

 

Titer Testing Can Protect Puppies from Parvovirus

Video Length: 4 Minutes

 

Lack of Immunity to Parvovirus in Shelter Dogs

Video Length: 4 Minutes

 

Vaccinating Adult Shelter Dogs for Parvo

Video Length: 2 Minutes

 

Antibody Titer Testing in Animal Shelters

Video Length: 2 Minutes

Dr. Schultz

Ronald Schultz, MS, PhD, ACVM

Dr. Ronald Schultz, Chair of the Department of Pathobiological Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, is one of the world's leading experts on veterinary vaccines, virology and immunology. In addition to his work with the Maddie's® Laboratory for Diagnosis and Prevention of Shelter Diseases at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Schultz was the first president of the American Association of Veterinary Immunologists, received the first Distinguished Veterinary Immunologist Award and is a member of the AVMA Feline Vaccine Associated Sarcoma Task Force. Currently, he is a member of the American Animal Hospital Associations' Canine Vaccine Task Force, the American Association of Feline Practitioners' Feline Vaccine Task Force and the Veterinary Vaccine Group of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association.

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