I just came across this.Dog Dental Care - The Porphyromonas Vaccine

I do not even recall having this discussion with my vet about this. Has your Corgi been vaccinated?

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Comment by Chloe's parent Liz on October 19, 2009 at 12:40am
The Porphyromonas Denticanis-Gulae-Salivosa Bacterin is approved for the vaccination of healthy dogs as an aid in preventing periodontitis, as demonstrated by a reduction in bone changes (osteolysis/osteosclerosis).


Porphyromonas Denticanis-Gulae-Salivosa Bacterin is the first and only vaccine to aid in the prevention of canine periodontitis which affects 85% of dogs over 3 years of age.1
This product is an important new adjunct to professional dental cleaning, periodontal therapy and owner-administrated dental care routines.
The Porphyromonas Vaccine is part of a complete canine wellness program that encourages annual visits.
Safety of the vaccine was evaluated in laboratory studies and a field safety study.
Comment by Jane Christensen on October 18, 2009 at 11:12pm
What is it suppose to do?

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