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Interesting read regarding puppy vaccinations

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« on: February 14, 2013, 09:20:47 am »

i did a huge amount of research when i got darla. all my research indicated that the 'first round' of vaccines are useless. the puppy still has the mother's antibodies so they are destroyed before they do any good. probably why your pups didnt react to the first round. so i refused to allow them to vaccinate darla at the generally accepted ages nor did i allow them to flood her system with too many boosters too close together. also, they dont need yearly boosters. most vaccines last for between 5 and 10 years. there are human vaccines that require boosters too, MMR comes to mind. i, personally, have had 4 boosters and at last check i'm STILL not immune. it seems my body wont 'accept' the vaccine. for whatever reason. have ya ever noticed how many vets give vaccines in the legs instead of the neck? is it so if a cancerous growth results, its more easily removed? idk. i've heard rumors this is the case.  i only give my dogs the rabies and the core vaccines, and then sparingly. now i dont do puppy play dates. i dont take them to public places where they encounter lots of other dogs. so that is an important consideration when choosing what to vaccinate against. also ALL of my research was on the net. well any yahoo can put up a web page with info, so finding both reliable sources and consistent information is key. watch for 'fads' and false info and definitely dont take MY word for it. research. extensive research and considering YOUR dog and YOUR lifestyle is important.
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