Titration in dogs means tailor-made vaccination.
With titration, a small amount of blood is drawn from your dog. We use a test to see how many antibodies are present in your dog’s blood. Titrating is a way to see if your dog is still sufficiently protected.
For dogs there is a titer determination for distemper, hepatitis and parvo. No titre determination is possible for Leptospirosis (Weil’s disease) and kennel cough. To provide protection against this, these vaccinations must be administered annually.
It is a nice solution for dogs with a low immune system or allergies. In most cases it takes about 30 minutes before we have the results of the test.