Most conventional vets believe that the ingredients in dog vaccines are generally safe and that vaccine reactions are rare. And therefore, your dog should receive them, annually in many cases. However, the truth is your vet can’t say for sure what’s in your dog’s vaccines because he doesn’t know. Nobody does.

In fact, the US Food and Drug Administration, the ones responsible for allowing these drugs on the market, don’t know.

Again I ask, are these people REALLY trustworthy?

Don’t believe me? Just take a look at this extract from the Material Safety Data Sheet for the RabVac® 3 vaccine:



Or this one for the Duramune® 5 Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza, (MLV) Parvovirus vaccine:


There is obviously NO WAY your vet knows what’s in those vaccines. So then, how can they adequately inform you about the risks? They can’t. Just remember, you have the RIGHT to be medically informed so that you can, in turn, give consent.

From the article:

“If you ask a holistic vet whether vaccinations are safe – or effective – you’ll probably get a different story. She’ll likely tell you that vaccination or over-vaccination causes many chronic diseases that plague pets today. These reactions may not happen immediately, but weeks or even months after vaccination.”

The truth is that it is a myth that vaccines have been thoroughly tested; there are currently no tests showing vaccines are “safe,” “necessary” or even “effective, there are no studies showing the gene impact of vaccines, and there are no safety studies comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated populations. (We don’t have these for human vaccines either!) In fact, mathematical models have shown vaccinations DO NOT “lower disease mortality and DO increase disease morbility.”

But not only are they not working, they are FULL of toxic ingredients:

  • metals like mercury (thimerosal or ethylmercury)
  • formaldehyde (a known carcinogen), and cytotoxic ingredients like phenol red.
  • Aluminum,  a grade 3 (out of 4) carcinogen that opens up the blood-brain barrier, allowing neurotoxins into the brain.
  • viruses and proteinaceous material that leads to autoimmune disease (think SV40, the monkey virus in polio vaccines that causes cancer)



So, if you vaccinate your pet multiple times, the risks of reactions increase dramatically, the article states, “A study by Dr Larry Glickman of Purdue University found that the risk of reactions increased by 27% for each additional vaccine given per office visit in dogs under 22 lbs, and by 12% in dogs over 22 lbs.”

Veterinary immunologist, Ronald D Schultz, PhD, has done research showing repeated vaccinations (annually, or even every three years) to be completely unnecessary to protect your dog from disease. (He also says bacterial vaccines like leptospirosis, bordetella, and Lyme are ineffective.)

So Why Do Vets Continue To Over-Vaccinate?

Dr Schultz believes it had to do with their training, “Our new [vet school] grads don’t know a heck of a lot more about vaccines than our older grads. And I’ve figured out why this is. They know a lot more about basic immunology, but they don’t know about vaccinology and the two are not the same… So we haven’t gone very far from where we were ten years ago or twenty years ago with regard to training veterinarians about vaccines.”

Vets aren’t taught to see vaccination as the underlying cause for many chronic diseases and because they don’t make that connection, they don’t report reactions to the drug companies. It is estimated that only 1 percent of reactions get reported. Therefore, the myth about vaccine safety continues.

Vaccination = Big Business

Ultimately, pet vaccination is big business. And it’s a growing business. How much? Globally, around $7.2 billion by 2020.

With numbers like that (around 15 percent of most clinics’ income comes from vaccines with the other 65 percent coming from treating vaccine-induced diseases) it’s no wonder why the large majority of vets have no desire to stop vaccinating your fur babies.

With all things, you have to do the research and make whatever decision is best for your family. Don’t leave that up to anyone else.

XO- Erin

Source: Dogs Naturally