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How to avoid the rabies vaccination for your dogs/cats

 
ThreshingSword
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How to avoid the rabies vaccination for your dogs/cats
Not many know this, but instead of getting rabies vaccines for your dogs/cats annually, you can get a titer test, which "is a laboratory test that measures the presence and amount of antibodies in blood."

If the necessary antibodies are present, the vet will then administer a certificate showing such, which, according to my vet, is a legal replacement for your state's rabies requirements.

My dog died from a rabies vaccination. She was 12 years old, very healthy. She developed severe seizures one week after her rabies vaccination and was dead a month later. After that happened, I educated myself on the detriments of rabies vaccines being administered to animals every year, and I was appalled at what I found out. I had no idea.

Be prepared, though. Titers are expensive, running approx. $250 per test. But, to me, it's worth it to spend on man's best friend who loves you unconditionally.
Genesis 3:15: "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel." The Nephilim control the world now, but not for long!

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hf Thanks for the advice.
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04/22/2010 09:23 PM
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Interesting, considering not many dogs are still healthy at the ripe old age of 12. They are usually considered beyond seniors at that point.

It's BS. Since rabies vaccines dont kill.
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Not to mention its not going to be in their blood a month later. Your dog died of old age, face it OP. You cant blame it on a 1 month old vaccine. But thanx for the info anyway.
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Not to mention its not going to be in their blood a month later. Your dog died of old age, face it OP. You cant blame it on a 1 month old vaccine. But thanx for the info anyway.
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There are no coincidences.
Genesis 3:15: "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel." The Nephilim control the world now, but not for long!

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I've had four dogs die before their time of "cancer" soon after rabies vaccine. It was so sad that I knew not to get the yearly shot, when every three years is just as effective, and I avoided all the other vaccines.

TPTB are trying to kill our pets, and the vets are just as lamely indoctrinated as MDs.

Now my dogs don't get any shots.
Aside from the small band of Forteans scattered around the world, nobody seems to notice all aspects of this phantasmagoria.(John A. Keel)
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04/22/2010 09:44 PM
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Right on, Humbird. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that vaccines given every year are harmful.

Here's a good site that talks about it:

"Few issues in veterinary medicine are as controversial as the debate about administering annual vaccinations to our dogs. Long considered part of the standard of baseline, responsible veterinary healthcare, and credited with conquering some of the fiercest canine viral and other infectious diseases, vaccinations now are also suspected of creating vulnerability to illnesses and chronic conditions such as anemia, arthritis, seizures, allergies, gastrointestinal and thyroid disorders, and cancer.

As we’ve previously discussed in numerous articles, few people advocate refraining from the use of vaccinations altogether, but increasing numbers of veterinary experts recommend administering fewer vaccines to our dogs than was suggested in recent years. The current wisdom is to vaccinate our animal companions enough, but not too much. Does this seem a little arbitrary? It could, especially since the veterinary profession lacks complete information about exactly how long the effects of canine vaccines last. (We bet you thought that most vaccines “last” about a year, which is why you are supposed to bring your dog to the vet for more shots every year, right? Well, you’re wrong, and we’ll explain why below.)

Fortunately, there is a tool that veterinarians and dog owners can use to determine whether or not a dog really needs further vaccination at any given time. It’s called a “titer test,” and it’s readily available
, not terribly expensive, and offers multiple advantages over the practices (intentional or not) of over-vaccination and under-vaccination. To understand what a titer test is and what it can do for you and your dog, you need a little background information about vaccinations and their use in this country."

[link to www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com]
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Interesting, considering not many dogs are still healthy at the ripe old age of 12. They are usually considered beyond seniors at that point.

It's BS. Since rabies vaccines dont kill.
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BTW, I had a miniature pinscher, and being a small breed, they are supposed to live to be 16-18 years old. 12 years old to die for a min-pin is way too young.
Genesis 3:15: "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel." The Nephilim control the world now, but not for long!

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My 11 yo lab got the shakes a couple weeks after his shot three months ago, seems alright now
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hf Thanks for the advice.
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my dog died from the 3 year rabies shot. the vet even told me this!!
there is something in the 3 year strain and it effected his immune system. this dog was 10 and no not time to die.
his life span is 15 years and was very healthy. would love to do something to stop this. last week my friend's dog also passed. how can people be so cruel to say it was an old dog and time was up???
mean mean mean
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I had a chocolate lab, lived to 13 and didnt go to the vet once past the age of 3. Only problem was she was still healthy but developed bloat one night. Without having a vet no one would see her in an emergency situation.
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Not to mention its not going to be in their blood a month later. Your dog died of old age, face it OP. You cant blame it on a 1 month old vaccine. But thanx for the info anyway.
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are you serious!!! you don't know absolutely anything about dog's health , hence old age for dog's either. Read some and educate yourself, before bitching on a very responsible and good advice. For a starter here is something just foe you. Please read it

[link to healthypets.mercola.com]
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my dog is 15 and still chasing the ladies
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bump for your best friend's health
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thanks and sorry
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They should do a titer test for humans also to see if they need any vaccines or still have a titer or perhaps nursed babies get it from Moms or from brief exposures already naturally.

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