all you petlovers
i usually dont blog on sides,but i frequently browse this one, since iam a big fan of chris an co. and what they do.i also know that some if not all of them are doglovers. i have a almost 5 year old maltese, and she became very sick after her 8-1-2012 vet visit. her rabies shot was due that they combiend with the k9 influenza shot. 3 years ago she had a slight swelling on her leg just form rabies alone,which the vet wanted to treat with painkillers.but i said no,since she was ok.this time she was worse, so i looked it up under "rabies vaccination side effects" and was shocked at what i found.these bumps that you see are not from the needle going into the flesh, they are bad allergic reactions to the meds.
it is also very dangerous to combine shots, they should be given weeks apart, the rabies shot beeing the worst contender for a combination.also there is a test called tider test that can show immunity for the rest of there lifes after the first shot. so why are all these pets getting these shots that can kill them every year? please go on the internet an check it out for youself,and pass the word on,iam with a holistic vet now, thanks to her my little girl is fine,empower youself with the knowlege, and dont let your vet tell you its b.s.,the testaments on the internet are also from vets. good luck, good health to all
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Re: all you petlovers
I also read that pets didn't need rabies shot every year but they were not clear on how often to get them. Now days Vets charge for office visits so they make more if you bring your pet in for multiple visits. I take my dog about every other year. I am lucky, he never has any side effects.
RE: all you petlovers
hey judy, where i live rabies is required every three years, its different in every state.but i have heard that people can get exemptions from shots if their pets get seriously sick,and its totaly legal,it might have some restrictions on grooming and boarding facilities, but its worth the hassle to find someone ,usually a holistic vet has all the contacts someone might need.