IMPLEMENTING A VACCINE SCHEDULE
What’s the best approach?
Dr. Jean Dodd’s, who works closely with Dr. Ronald Schultz, has outlined a schedule for minimal vaccinations which is great for pets, but will protect your pet from autoimmune diseases?
Dr Jean Dodds, has also written a number of scientific papers to correlate MLV vaccines and a rise in immune- and blood-mediated diseases such as cancer, leukemia, autoimmune hemolytic anemia, thyroid disease, and Addison's.
Once, then done:
Vaccination: Efficacy by Will Falconner,
· Vaccines confer long-lived immunity (high efficacy)
· Vaccination repeated in the face of existing immunity doesn’t work (low/no efficacy)
· Rabies is complicated by human health laws
· If you have a vaccinated animal, I advise not re-vaccinating
Why not more? For safety reasons.
But it’s the law:
Vaccination: Rabies by Will Falconner
1. Is my animal vaccinated against rabies already?
2. If so, have I fulfilled the intent of the law to protect humans from my pet giving them rabies?
3. If immunology shows a long lasting immunity to this viral vaccine, is it in my best interest or my pet’s best interest to continue following this law?
4. Does anyone go door to door to check on my animals’ rabies vaccine status?
If I choose not to vaccinate repeatedly for rabies, am I putting my animal at risk if he bites someone?
And what will more vaccines do to my sick pet?
For years I’ve been advising people not to let vets vaccinate their sick animals or animals having surgery.
Will Falconner says “Get a vaccine waver if your pet has any chronic or recurring medical condition.”
“So, take a stand if your animal is not well, and you are faced with people wanting to vaccinate “off label.” You will do this animal a huge favor, and you have no less than the USDA on your side, ” Will Falconner.
Any Illness Will Do!
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GOOD HEALTH IS FOR LIFE
My goal as a breeder has gone beyond the desire to produce healthy kittens. I’ve become compelled to educate people by sharing knowledge of vets who are dedicated to keeping our beloved companions healthy and active for a long life. My self worth as a breeder comes from placing my kittens & cats with people who share my desire to preserve good health through nutrition and natural supplements instead of trying to sustain good health through vaccinations.
EDUCATING YOURSELF ABOUT VACCINE DAMAGE
There is an abundance of information available for those who seek the truth. The VACCINE DAMAGE page of this website is a good start. You can also find a plethora of information on my FaceBook page, https://www.facebook.com/CarolinaRagdolls about vaccine damage. Many people have their pets vaccinated every year. This is like playing Roulette because you never know which vaccine is going to be the one that destroys your pet’s health.
SELECTING YOUR VET
Catherine O’Driscoll graciously shares this video containing advice on selecting a vet. The link below will transfer you to her YouTube video.
An Incomplete Test
How is titer testing a mistake? It only measures one fraction of the entire immune response: the antibodies produced against a particular organism. While their presence indicates protection, there is no reason for the immune system to keep producing antibodies against an invader forever, so, over time, these levels of antibody will wane.
The fight is finished, there’s no more invader showing up, so there’s no need to keep a titer high. What is not measured by the titer test is any part of the cell-mediated immunity, especially the memory cells.
Meanwhile, Lurking in the Shadows…
So, while antibody levels will wane over time, these long-lived memory cells lie quietly in the recesses of the immune system, awaiting further signals that the invader is back. It is these cells that are responsible for the duration of immunity that cannot be measured by a titer test.
So, if you want to measure titers, do so intelligently. If you have vaccinated a puppy who may have been too young to respond to the vaccine, a titer test could tell you if immunity is present. A previously vaccinated adult dog who has a gradually falling titer over the years very likely still has immunity from the memory cells, so don’t forget that a titer test won’t show this immunity.