If you’ve ever asked your conventional vet about the ingredients in dog vaccines, he probably told you they’re generally safe for your dog and that vaccine reactions are rare.
The fact is,
You take your perfectly healthy dog to the vet for “her shots.” Early the next morning, she has a seizure — her first seizure ever. You rush your dog back to the vet or an emergency clinic and ask
Do you find your dog’s blood tests confusing? Do you wonder how useful the tests are?
Do you really need to do all the ones your vet recommends?
The charges can add up and you might want to prioritize
Does your dog’s daycare or boarding kennel require a bordetella (kennel cough) vaccine before they’ll accept your dog at their facility?
What about your groomer or trainer – or even your vet?
Today I’m writing about a topic that makes me want to reach for a blood pressure pill: annual vaccination of dogs.
Annual vaccination is unnecessary and dangerous for your dog. And despite what we know