This time on Animal Talk Naturally, we have with us Dr. Jean Dodds and Kris Christine, founders of the Rabies Challenge Fund! We hope everyone who loves their pets will want to be involved in helping the Rabies Challenge Fund, WOOF! Here is this week’s synopsis:
1. Comparative medicine
3. Parvo origins
4. Vaccine protocols
6. The Rabies Challenge
7. No definitive study for YEARLY vaccines
8. The side effects
9. For the love of Meadow
10. Harsh standards for our pets
11. Legislators woefully uninformed
12. Informed pet owners for improvement
13. Do vets annually vaccinate THEIR pets?
14. Humane and ethical?
15. The adjuvants
16. The Rabies Challenge Fund
Rabies Challenge Fund video
This is one of the most important projects in veterinary medicine. It will benefit all dogs by providing evidence that protection from rabies vaccination lasts at least 5 years, thereby avoiding unnecessary revaccination with its attendant risk of debilitating adverse reactions ~ Dr. Jean Dodds
Rabies immunization laws in the United States are not based upon long-term duration of immunity studies. The Rabies Challenge Fund will finance concurrent 5 and 7 year studies according to FDA vaccine licensing standards. The results will provide the scientific data base which state laws should reflect in order to avoid unnecessary over vaccination while maintaining immunity to rabies in the canine community ~ Kris Christine
John 1:7, Deuteronomy 19:15
… it’s a really big show! Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, hoof stompin, wing-flappin’, purrrfectly animal talkin’ day!
About Animal Talk Naturally
Celebrating the art of natural animal health, the truth of animal nature and the love of the human/animal bond from a Christian faith-based focus. Veterinary naturopaths Dr. Kim Bloomer and Dr. Jeannie Thomason, now in their fourth year of online talk radio. Bloomer & Thomason bring in a wide variety of industry experts to help share the passion Animal Talk Naturally is known for by their audience. Join them bi-weekly for an often passionate, sometimes serious, sometimes funny, but never boring show! You and your animals can be “ears up” for the podcast at www.animaltalknaturally.com.
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