"Routine vaccinations are probably the worst thing that we do for our animals.
They cause all types of illnesses but not directly to where we would relate them
definitely to be caused by the vaccine." Dr. Christina Chambreau, DVM
Every unnecessary vaccine puts your dog at risk for common chronic health issues such as allergies,
joint disease, digestive disease,
liver and kidney disease, cushings disease and even cancer.
According to a major vaccine manufacturer, 60 percent of vets still vaccinate
"Vaccines for diseases like distemper and canine parvovirus, once administered to adult animals,
provide lifetime immunity."
About Degenerative Myelopathy "DM" and vaccine event.
Dr. Patricia Jordan
My experience in veterinary clinics shows that about 15% of most clinics’ income is from vaccines … and then another 65% is spent addressing the vaccine-induced diseases that result.
When your dog develops chronic disease from vaccination, that’s a lifetime of income for the clinic.
It’s easy to see why they want you to vaccinate.
I see many vaccine-induced illnesses, especially in dogs around eight years old when they’ve had years of unsafe and unnecessary vaccines.
Over-vaccination can cause autoimmune diseases, cancer, cataracts, allergies, asthma, atopy, arthritis, anaphylaxis, diabetes, eczema and many lifelong, incurable conditions ? as well as death.
That’s what you get for your loyalty in responding to those little postcards!
If you ask a holistic vet whether vaccinations are safe ? or effective ? you’ll probably get a different story.
She’ll likely tell you that vaccination or over-vaccination causes many chronic diseases that plague pets today. These reactions may not happen immediately, but weeks or even months after vaccination.
One of these vets is Patricia Jordan DVM. She’s spent decades researching and documenting vaccine risks, as well as the vaccine reactions she witnesses in her patients.
A Natural Approach to Managing Degenerative Myelopathy Homeopathy for Dogs
By Dr. Julie Mayer / Apr 29, 2015
We see variations of this in our chronically rabies vaccinated dogs, don’t we? In mild form, we might call it hip dysplasia, in a more advanced version, we name it degenerative myelopathy, DM. August 16, 2015
hip dysplasia, in a more advanced version, we name it degenerative myelopathy, DM.
Dr. Ronald Schultz has come to the following conclusion.
After more than 40 years of testing immunity in thousands of dogs, veterinary immunologist
Dr. Ronald Schultz has come to the following conclusion:
“Only one dose of the modified-live canine ‘core’ vaccine, when administered at 16 weeks or older,will provide long lasting (many years to a lifetime) immunity in a very high percentage of animals.”That very high percentage is nearly 100%.
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Rabies vaccine have duration of immunity to about 9 years.
Becouse of this your dogs are over-vaccines.
Please read "Dog Naturally" and speak your dog friends.
Over-vaccination cause many chronic diseases that plague pets today.
She’ll likely tell you that vaccination or over-vaccination causes many chronic diseases that plague pets today. These reactions may not happen immediately,
but weeks or even months after vaccination.
Often, rabies vaccination can cause the body to mimic the disease it was intended to prevent. Homeopaths call this rabies miasm. Rabies miasm is deep-rooted disease often caused by rabies vaccination but it can also be passed down through generations and cause illness even in unvaccinated dogs.
when they have been vaccinated and immunized as young adults (i.e. between
16 weeks and 1 year of age). The present study examines the DOI for core viral vaccines in dogs that had not been revaccinated for as long as 9 years.
DM is an immune-related chronic and progressive degeneration of the spinal cord. Affected dogs show gradually worsening incoordination and weakness in their hind limbs. Unfortunately, the test for the SOD 1 mutation, which is used by many vets as a means to definitively diagnose DM, is not a very accurate test.