Where To Get NDV

You might be able to find the Newcastle Disease Vaccine in an agricultural supply store. But there are sources online.

Jeffers Livestock is where you can order NDV (LaSota strain) online. Make sure you order this one which does not combine any other vaccines with it:

Poulvac® Newcastle B
Newcastle Disease(LaSota Strain)(MLV)
(Fort Dodge) Vaccine
F7-JD Poulvac® Newcastle LaSota
$3.97

http://www.jefferslivestock.com/

The above company is in Dothan, Alabama.

Here are some numbers for them:
Toll Free:1-800-JEFFERS or 1-800-533-3377
Local:1-334-793-6257
Fax:1-334-793-5179
Email: customerservice@jefferspet.com

Alternate supplier

The Newcastle Disease Vaccine can also be ordered through this Web site:

http://www.alibaba.com/

Dosage

Here are Dr. Sears’ notes on the dosage of the Newcastle Disease Vaccine, when being used as a simple intravenous shot to the body of a dog in the pre-seizure stage of canine distemper:

” Anything under 10 lb. gets 1/2 cc IV. UP to 20 lb. 1cc IV. for 20 to 40 lbs use 2 cc IV. Anything larger use 2.5 cc IV.”

Also from Dr. Sears:

“The directions in the protocol are explicit.  It is 6 cc of diluent into the bottle of 1000 virus particles.  This is the inducer.  Then 1-2  cc of that material is used  IV to induce the antiviral cytokines that are necessary to stop the systemic distemper virus.    If treating ODE the dose is 1/2  cc of same into the foramen magnum.”

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