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“If you read the label on a vaccine from any manufacturer, it will inevitably say, “Only for use in healthy dogs, cats, ferrets, etc.” See that “healthy” word? It can be your automatic waiver. The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA-APHIS) approves all drug labels, which include indications (what diseases it’s to be used for), species, dosage, method of administration, etc. “

"Because it is almost always fatal, Rabies is the most important zoonotic disease that can be transmitted from dogs and cats to human beings. The most effective way to prevent this zoonotic disease is by vaccinating dogs and cats. Showing that a vaccine for rabies can provide 5 or preferably 7 years of immunity would have great significance not only in controlling rabies but more importantly in reducing the adverse vaccine reactions that can occur in dogs and cats after vaccination."

“All 27 veterinary schools in North America have changed their protocols for vaccinating dogs and cats along the following lines; (15) however, vets in practice are reluctant to listen to these changed protocols and official veterinary bodies in the UK and other countries are ignoring the following facts.

Dogs’ and cats’ immune systems mature fully at six months. If modified live-virus vaccine is giver after six months of age, it produces immunity, which is good for the life of the pet. If another MLV vaccine is given a year later, the antibodies from the first vaccine neutralize the antigens of the second vaccine and there is little or no effect. The titre is not “boosted”, nor are more memory cells induced.

Not only are annual boosters unnecessary, but they subject the pet to potential risks such as allergic reactions and immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia.

In plain language, veterinary schools in America, plus the American Veterinary Medical Association, have looked at studies to show how long vaccines last and they have concluded and announced that annual vaccination is unnecessary.(16-19)

Further, they have acknowledged that vaccines are not without harm. Dr Ron Schultz, head of pathobiology at Wisconsin University and a leading light in this field, has been saying this politely to his veterinary colleagues since the 1980s. I’ve been saying it for the past 12 years. But change is so long in coming and, in the meantime, hundreds of thousands of animals are dying every year – unnecessarily.

The good news is that thousands of animal lovers (but not enough) have heard what we’ve been saying. Canine Health Concern members around the world use real food as Nature’s supreme disease preventative, eschewing processed pet food, and minimize the vaccine risk. Some of us, myself included, have chosen not to vaccinate our pets at all. Our reward is healthy and long-lived dogs.”

When I first started breeding, I heeded the advice of the local vet to begin vaccinating my kittens at 6 weeks of age.    I had no reason to question the vet’s advice, so I subjected my first little kitten to this practice.   That week I observed my energetic, playful kitten become lethargic, sleeping constantly, with no interest in anything including food.  I spent the next  several months force feeding the kitten or coaxing him to eat until he finally  took an interest in food again.  He continued to eat as long as I met his culinary requirements. 

There was no other change to the kitten’s environment,  food, or care  other than this vaccination.   I started doing research about vaccine safety.  What I found was just the opposite:  VACCINE DAMAGE!   The more I read, the more appalled I became.   I discovered report after report about not only pets being harmed by vaccines, but children too.   

I’ve spent five years now trying to educate people about vaccine damage by sharing published research in hopes that their children and pets will be spared.   I’ve come to the harsh realization that people just don’t care enough to follow the research.   Instead, they willingly, gladly, and blindly line up for annual vaccinations.    I’m not a vet and I haven’t done the research so I don’t want anyone to take my word for anything.   I rely on DVM’s who have published studies and freely share information that pharmaceutical companies, doctors and vets want to keep secret. 

For the benefit of those  who want to lead healthy lives, and keep their children & pets healthy,       I have a plethora of  information about  vaccine damage to share:

Canine Health Concern by Catherine O’Driscioll

           Pet Vaccination

           The Dangers of Vaccinations

 

Vital Animal &  the Natural Path by Will Falconner, DVM

           How Safe is Your Pet from “Just a Rabies Vaccine?”

           Vaccination Waiver

CatInfo.org by Lisa A. Pierson, DVM

           Vaccines for Cats: We Need to Stop Overvaccinating

 

Rabies Challenge Fund

           Ronald Schultz, DVM