Why Caniplas Should Be in Every Vets’ Freezer

The process of plasmapheresis has been a staple of modern medicine for nearly 60 years, enabling countless therapies across a wide variety of care disciplines. And while its introduction into veterinary standards of care took several more decades, the process was originally successfully proven all the way back in 1916 with a canine patient.  Today, the procedure has benefitted from …

Caniplas and Parvovirus

Since its discovery in the late 1970s, Canine Parvovirus has been one of the leading causes of death in dogs because of its highly resilient, contagious, and aggressive nature. The fatality rate for puppies and unvaccinated dogs can be as high as 90% if left untreated. Parvo is easily transmitted through direct and indirect contact, it’s resistant to antivirals and …