LitterGuard LT-C Swine Vaccine, 500mL/250 ds.

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LitterGuard LT-C Swine Vaccine, 500mL/250 ds.

Zoetis - For vaccinating pregnant swine to protects against Clostridium perfringens Type C


For vaccinating pregnant swine to protect pigs against diarrhea. Protects against 4 strains of E. coli: K99, K88, 987P, F41 and the heat-labile toxin. Also protects against Clostridium perfringens Type C, which can cause a highly fatal enteritis in suckling pigs.

Species: Swine


Safety and Efficacy: No adverse reactions to LITTERGUARD® LT-C were reported in experimental tests, or in clinical trials conducted by independent veterinarians.

Efficacy of LITTERGUARD® LT-C was demonstrated in challenge-of-immunity tests involving pregnant sows and gilts and their litters.

Newborn pigs from vaccinated dams experienced significantly lower incidence and severity of neonatal diarrhea than newborn pigs from nonvaccinated dams.

No immunologic interference was demonstrated among the various fractions of LITTERGUARD® LT-C.

LITTERGUARD® LT-C protects pigs by means of maternally derived antibodies present in colostrum and milk of vaccinated dams. Newborn pigs' adequate and timely consumption of the colostrum and milk is therefore essential for protection.


Store at 2°-7°C. Prolonged exposure to higher temperatures may adversely affect potency. Do not freeze.

Use entire contents when first opened.

As with many vaccines, anaphylaxis may occur after use. Initial antidote of epinephrine is recommended and should be followed with appropriate supportive therapy.

Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.


General Directions: Shake well. Aseptically administer 2 mL intramuscularly or subcutaneously.

Primary Vaccination: Healthy, pregnant swine should receive 2 doses administered 3 weeks apart during the last half of pregnancy. The second dose should be given at least 2 weeks before farrowing.

Revaccination: Pregnant swine should be revaccinated with a single dose at least 2 weeks before each subsequent farrowing.

Good animal husbandry and herd health management practices should be employed.

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