There is a much safer and effective alternative to Vaccine Injections.
You do have a choice.
Reactions to vaccines are a common occurrence.
No pet should ever be re-vaccinated, not ever, without a Titre Test to see if its actually needed.
Dr Edwards (australian vet) says... If your pet has seroconverted, no matter what their age, they do no need another vaccination. Nor do they need a 'booster' at a year old, as they already have long lasting immunity.
Dr Edwards has titre test puppies 2 weeks after initial vaccination, if it's positive then they need no more vaccinations (So - any dog, of any age, can be titre tested 2 weeks after any C3 vaccination. If your puppy is going to respond, it will have by then. He has titre tested several puppies after their first vaccination like this, and they've had strongly positive titre levels. Any further vaccinations for these puppies (or kittens) would have been completely unnecessary, and may caus a puppy or kitten harm.
The whole 'booster' thing is really a false way to describe it - nearly all the so-called 'booster' vaccinations administered to our pets are completely unnecessary.
There is no need for a so-called 'booster' vaccination a year after the puppy vaccinations.
NO PET SHOULD EVER BE RE - VACCINATED, NOT EVER, WITHOUT A TITRE TEST TO SEE IF IT'S ACTUALLY NEEDED.
It makes no difference what country you live in, either.
Biogal brand - VacciCheck® Antibody Test Kit
USA - www.VacciCheck.com
Australia - Laboratories Diagnostics NSW.
Contact: Sonia Whittle Tel: 61-2-9668-0600
Find a supplier in your Country: http://www.biogal.co.il/find-distributors
The biggest advantage of oral nosodes over vaccines is the fact that they are completely safe.
There are no risks or side-effects whatsoever. Nosodes can be safely given to puppies and kittens much earlier than vaccines can.
In fact, the mother can be treated before she gives birth, giving the puppies or kittens protection from the moment they are born.
These animal nosodes have a much broader healing protection available than of vaccines.
For example the following animal oral nosodes available to use are:
Corona Virus Oral Nosode
Lyme Oral Nosode
Equine Oral Nosodes
Calici Oral Nosodes
Rhinotracheititis Oral Nosodes
Chlamydia Oral Nosodes
West Nile Virus Oral Nosode
Leptospirosis Oral Nosode
Cryptococcosis Oral Nosode
Toxoplasmosis Gondi Oral Nosode
Tick Fever Oral Nosode
Rabbit Myxo Oral Nosode
Combination of the Canine Oral Nosode Viruss
Combination of the Feline Oral Nosode Viruss
(for Example. FIP, FelV, and Feline Aids Oral Nosodes)
Nosodes, like all homeopathic remedies, are very easy to administer. They are given by mouth or directly onto the body, without the need to be swallowed nor injected. They are also very economical – far less expensive, in fact, than vaccination.
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In his book, The Nature of Animal Healing, Martin Goldstein, DVM, describes cats in his veterinary practice who have been vaccinated.
This is frightening news for many cat owners who religiously have their cats vaccinated every year for feline leukaemia.
I began seeing cats with immuno-suppression diseases whose medical histories bore a depressing similarity: many had been given the leukaemia vaccine in the recent past. (18) Dr. Goldstein also observed increasing numbers of young cats with stomach and kidney cancers. Before veterinarians began using FeLV vaccinations, he rarely saw any cases like this.
Dr. Goldstein DVM is also suspicious of the sharply higher incidents of feline peritonitis in cats three or four weeks after they had been given a FeLV vaccination, something he had not seen prior to the spring of 1985 when this vaccine became available. In The Nature of Animal Healing, Dr. Goldstein refers to recent cases that Dr. Jean Dodds DVM studied that suggest the FeLV vaccine occasionally provokes another feline disease, infectious peritonitis by compromising a cats immune system and thus rendering her more susceptible to it.(19) Infectious peritonitis causes fluid to accumulate in the abdomen and/or chest. Other symptoms of infectious peritonitis include signs of kidney and liver failure, amenia, weight loss, and vomiting and diarrhoea, which can make it difficult for the veterinarian to diagnose feline peritonitis. Infectious peritonitis has a high fatality rate.
Since the deaths of her much-loved pets, Oliver and Prudence, O Driscoll no longer has her pets vaccinated.
Instead, she has yearly titer tests performed to determine a dog’s level of immunity. She is also a strong proponent of using homeopathic nosodes instead of vaccinations. (Titer tests and oral nosodes are explained later in this chapter.)
Dr. Day DVM …what he thought might have caused it. He explained that he often sees animals becoming sick or dying within three months of their vaccine shot, and rear-end paralysis was a common post-vaccination problem. Dr. Day also noted that when the start date of an illness is known, 80 percent of the dogs he sees in his veterinarian practice first become ill within three months of a vaccine.
The bottom line is this: you can’t afford to wait for Dr. WhiteCoat to stop this crazy practice of repeatedly vaccinating your animals. He’s been turning a deaf ear to the recommendations of the experts who understand immunology for over 20 years.
No, if you want to keep your animals vital, well into old age, you’ve got to make this decision yourself:
If I have an animal who’s already been vaccinated, I will say “No!” to more vaccinations.
And here’s a plus: you’ll have some of the brightest minds in medicine and immunology behind you.