Canine Parvovirus Antibody (CPVAb)
Indicator for vaccine
Vaccine produce antibodies
Antibody level shows animal’s defense ability
Antibody tests indicate the effect of vaccine directly
Advantages of joint tests
Antibodies are immunoglobins produced by the immune system when the canine is infected by pathogens, and it can help animals resist pathogen infection. Testing CPV and CPV Ab level, helps to evaluate canine’s defense ability and their possibility of infection by pathogens. We are able to achieve more precise diagnosis and accurate treatment.
10 min rapid test
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Canine Parvo Virus (CPV) is one of the major canine infectious diseases. It can cause gastrointestinal diseases and myocardial injury. It is highly infectious with a high mortality rate. Early detection helps with treatment and recovery.
When to test antibody?
1: Before and after first vaccination: avoid interference of the high maternal antibody and leads to failed vaccination
2: Before and after supplementary vaccination: whether to proceed with extra vaccination and ensure effective immunity
3: During treatment: depending on the virus concentration and antibody level, the veterinary can assess the severity, treatment, and prognosis of the disease.
4: body checkups: monitoring the immunity, lowering the incidence
5: Perioperative: evaluate the risks