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Canine VacciCheck(R) Developed by Biogal-Galed Labs was Highly Recommended in Articles Published in the Chicago Tribune and on BBC Radio


5/24/2012 12:38:14 PM

KIBBUTZ GALED, Israel, May 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

An interview recently published in the Chicago Tribune, addresses the use of Canine VacciCheck®, developed by Biogal, as a way to titer test dogs for core canine vaccines.

In the article, Professor Schultz from the University of Wisconsin refers to Canine VacciCheck®: "One way to insure comfort for pet owners and veterinarians alike is to titer test dogs every three years. A titer test checks to determine the level of protective antibodies. If those antibodies exist, why revaccinate? Schultz asks. A new titer test, called Canine VacciCheck®, just now being made available to veterinarians, is faster and easier."

The interview relates to the recently published new American Animal Hospital Association Vaccination Guidelines.

To read the full article please visit: http://www.chicagotribune.com/classified/realestate/sns-201205011800--tms--petwrldctnya-a20120502may02,0,3962621.column

The BBC Radio has also interviewed recently Catherine O'Driscoll, an animal rights activist that has been campaigning for many years to reduce over vaccination from core canine vaccines in the UK In the interview she strongly recommended the use of VacciCheck® to avoid over vaccination.

To listen to the interview please visit: http://vaccicheck.com/about-vaccicheck/

Biogal, the manufacturer of VacciCheck® is also pleased to announce that VacciCheck® has now been registered by the United States Patent and Trademark.

"We are pleased that VacciCheck® can be offered to veterinarians and pet owners as an alternative to over vaccination for the core canine vaccines. The Canine VacciCheck® is a novel "in house" option for titer checking. The kit is a cost effective, user friendly and expedient titer test for Hepatitis (Canine Adenovirus), Parvovirus and Distemper. The kit can determine whether there is a need to revaccinate dogs and therefore avoid potential adverse events," said Amos Gershony, General Manager of Biogal, the manufacturer of VacciCheck®.

About Biogal-Galed

Biogal was established in 1986. Their various products are available in over 35 countries.

Biogal Laboratories is dedicated to the development, manufacturing and marketing of innovative and unique diagnostic tools for companion animals, farm animals and laboratory rodents.

Please visit http://www.biogal.co.il for more information.

About The Spectrum Group

Spectrum Group, also known as Spectrum Labs, has spent the past 20 years helping both pet parents and veterinarians provide a better quality of life to animals with allergies via their patented SPOT test. The Spectrum Group is the distributors for VacciCheck® in the United States.

Visit http://www.VacciCheck.com to learn more about the purpose and benefit this product provides.

Contact:
Len Small
Biogal
+972-4-9898605
len@biogal.co.il


SOURCE Biogal-Galed Labs


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