Skin issues. There are many
different types of skin issues, including dermatitis, yeast, alopecia (hair
loss), hives, rashes, itchy wrists and ankles (where a lot of dogs chew
themselves), abscesses, ear and eye infections and anal gland problems. Skin
conditions are never “just skin issues” but are a manifestation of deeper
underlying disease. Vaccination can cause allergic reactions because cells in
the body called Langerhan cells are constantly scouting for antigen (which the
rabies virus is full of). When Langerhan cells detect these foreign invaders
(like bacteria or viruses), the body then sends out inflammatory cells to fight
off the attacker by creating an allergic reaction.
Diagnostic Laboratory has modified the rabies antibody titer test, and if
adopted, KSU says it will “cost pet owners less money and may help reduce the
number of yearly vaccines for pets”
The symptoms of rabies
miasm suggest that it’s much more common than you might suspect. Dee Blanco,
D.V.M - "You take healthy animals and often very quickly after you
vaccinate, you can see simple things like itching of the skin or excessive
licking of the paws, sometimes even with no eruptions. We see a lot of
epilepsy/seizure, often after a rabies vaccination. Or dogs or cats can
become aggressive for several days.
There are some doctors that
choose to do the research themselves in order to develop an informed opinion on
the subject. These doctors who become knowledgeable about vaccines usually
become anti-vaccine. A little knowledge goes a long way.
Your dog is suddenly having
trouble walking after a rabies vaccination. Or he suddenly becomes aggressive.
You ask your vet if the condition could be tied to the rabies shot. No, it’s
not possible, the vet says. He says he has never heard of such a thing. But
something tells you the condition and vaccine are related. . . .
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Kibble: Never A Good Option by Dogs
Naturally Magazine in Featured Articles, Nutrition And Diet. Looking back at
the historical diets of dogs and their wolf ancestors, it is clearly evident
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A titer test is a laboratory or in-house veterinary test measuring the existence and level of antibodies (necessary to fight off disease) in your pet’s blood. Basically, it’s a test that will tell you whether or not you actually need to vaccinate your pet.
Why is this so important?
Because of what can happen if you over-vaccinate your pet! “Vaccinosis”, the name for the chronic disease, is caused by continued use of vaccines. These symptoms mimic the original disease in parts.
The most basic method for a titer is where your pet’s blood is drawn and sent away for testing. It ranges anywhere from $150 to $200. The most affordable method is the new “in house” testing procedure. This test is preformed at the vet clinic and it takes about 20mins to get the results. The price range is anywhere from $60 to $80!
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