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avoid over-vaccinated Dogs and cats

Postby admin » Sat Aug 29, 2015 7:19 pm

Most pets today are being given too many vaccinations too often. Many caretakers are unaware of the known risks inherent in vaccines. Studies upon studies have been performed that show the very real dangers in over-vaccinating and the risks involved every time a pet gets a shot.

But the word is not getting out. Dogs and cats continue to be over-vaccinated, resulting in compromised immune systems, serious diseases and (more often than you might imagine) death.

John Clifton, pet advocate and award-finalist author, thoroughly researched the topic, devoting a year to this single subject. He was amazed to find that all the major animal health organizations – such as the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners – have recently issued guidelines emphasizing the need to minimize rather than maximize vaccines. The risks range from simple allergies to cancer to terminal shock.

But most veterinarians are not following the guidelines of their own professional literature!

Mr. Clifton's stated mission is to spread the word to every pet owner in the hopes of preserving the health and saving the lives of our beloved animal companions. This is not a marginal issue. A search on Google for pet vaccination dangers will return tens of thousands of links on this topic. Here is a sample site, written by veterinarians.

So many devoted pet lovers, believing they are dutifully doing the very best for their pets, discover the truth too late. They're devastated to learn that giving all those unnecessary vaccines ("just to be safe!") and annual "booster" shots has resulted in tragedy.

The result of Mr. Clifton's work, and the work of countless researchers, is encapsulated in this little volume – very easily read and understood by all. It is not an "anti-vaccine" book, but a balanced look at the facts. Once armed with the information in this book, you can make the best decisions for yourself and your pet.
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