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Tetanus Toxoid is indicated for vaccination of healthy horses, sheep and swine as an aid in the prevention of tetanus. See Allivet's Horse Vaccine Chart to find out which vaccine is right for your horse. *This item can't be shipped to MN. 

What is Tetanus Toxoid?

Tetanus Toxoid is indicated for vaccination of healthy horses, sheep and swine as an aid in the prevention of tetanus.

Who is Tetanus Toxoid for?

Horses, Sheep and Swine

Why use Tetanus Toxoid?

-Protects horses, sheep and swine from the Tetanus Taxoid disease.

How does Tetanus Toxoid work?

This vaccine works by exposing your horse to a small dose of the bacteria which causes your horses body to develop immunity to the disease. This vaccine will not treat an active infection that has already developed in the body.



Active ingredient(s):

Tetanus Toxoid

How is Tetanus Toxoid sold?

- 12 x 1 mL pre-loaded syringes - 10 x 10 mL (100 doses)

What are the side effects of Tetanus Toxoid?

Fever, general Ill feeling, redness, pain, or swelling where the shot was given

What special precautions are there?

Take special care to ensure the injection does not enter a blood vessel. Shake vial well before withdrawing dose. Discard if vaccine cannot be re-suspended.

What to do if overdose?

If overdose occurs please contact your vetirenarian immediately.

How can I store Tetanus Toxoid?

Store in the dark at 2° to 7°C (35° to 45°F). AVOID FREEZING

Helpful Tips:

Transitory local reactions at the injection site may occur

- Inject one 1 mL dose intramuscularly using aseptic technique.
  Administer a second 1 mL dose 4 to 8 weeks after the first dose.
  Revaccinate annually using one 1 mL dose.
- Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter
- In case of anaphylactoid reaction, administer epinephrine.

Modified Tetanus Toxoid

Eastern equine encephalitis virus 

Equine Eastern Encephalitis (EEE) This disease is also known as the sleeping sickness, it is capable of infecting a wide range of animals including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and even humans. This virus is carried on by birds and mosquitoes mainly during the summer. This is a viral disease that is often fatal in horses. This disease occurs in areas and at times where the mosquito population is abundant. Even though outbreaks are generally limited to a certain geographic perimeter due to the pattern of distribution of the vector, horses located in other areas in Florida may be at risk of contracting the disease, due to the current climatic conditions. 


Symptoms in horses occur one to three weeks after infection, and begin with a fever that may reach as high as 106 °F (41 °C). The fever usually lasts for 24–48 hours. Nervous signs appear during the fever include sensitivity to sound, periods of excitement, and restlessness. Brain lesions appear, causing drowsiness, drooping ears, circling, aimless wandering, head pressing, inability to swallow, and abnormal gait. Paralysis follows, causing the horse to have difficulty raising its head. The horse usually suffers complete paralysis and death two to four days after symptoms appear. Mortality rates among horses with the eastern strain range from 70 to 90%. In humans, symptoms include high fever, muscle pain, altered mental status, headache, meningeal irritation, photophobia, and seizures, which occur three to 10 days after the bite of an infected mosquito.

How to prevent this disease in horses is by vaccinations most commonly WEE, VEE and the Tetanus. Most of the vaccinations consist of the killed virus. As for Treatment there is NO cure for EEE 75-90% of horses die! And survivors are left with severe sequalae, which is a pathological condition resulting from a disease, injury, or other trauma.
There is no known treatment for this disease. The only treatments used in horses with neurological signs associated with viral encephalitis are primarily supportive and include anti-inflammatory, anti convulsions, and fluid therapy.

The best way to prevent this horrible disease from attacking our pets is to have them vaccinated with either one of these vaccines , Fluvac Innovator 4, Fluvac Innovator 5, Fluvac Innovator 6, Fluvac Innovator Triple E-FT. Each of these are a little different its always best to speak with the vet before applying any of these vaccines.


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