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Old 03-07-2008, 06:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Inflammatory bowel disease is one of the adverse side affects associated with vaccination.

From Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats, (Dr. Pitcairn is a DVM with a Ph.D. in veterinary immunology) Under "Vaccination: Replacing Acute Illness with Chronic Disease," p. 274-275: "While immunosuppressive states are not common in dogs, reports of their occurrence are on the rise. I believe the massive vaccination program for canine parvovirus, which began some thirty plus years after we began vaccinating cats with feline parvovirus (panleuokpenia virus), is creating this situation in dogs. .... we have been seeing inflammatory bowel disease in dogs over the past five to ten years. Prior to this it was virtually nonexistent. I am certain that vaccination for parvovirus and coronavirus is a major cause. I commonly see inflammatory bowel disease that arises within a month or two after vaccination for one of these
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If you click on this link http://www.angelfire.com/biz/froghol...accBlanco.html, you will be taken to an article by Dr. Dee Blanco entitled, Vaccines - Are They Safe for Your Dog? in which she states under the What Are the Adverse Reactions, If Any? that "Some of the illnesses you are familiar with include any auto-immune disease such as lupus, red cell aplasia, auto-immune hemolytic anemia cardiomyopathies; neoplasias such as fibrosarcomas, mast cell tumors, thyroid tumors, etc.; inflammatory bowel disease, eczematous ears, any dermatological condition, warts, lipomas, poor hair coats, stomatitis, periodontal disease, thyroid disease, and the list goes on and on. " are linked to vaccination.

Excellent information on veterinary vaccines is available at the links below:

Duration of Immunity to Canine Vaccines: What We Know and Don't Know, Dr. Ronald Schultz Duration of Immunity

World Small Animal Veterinary Association 2007 Vaccine Guidelines http://www.wsava.org/SAC.htmScroll down to Vaccine Guidelines 2007 (PDF)

The 2003 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines are accessible online at Special Report .

The 2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines are downloadable in PDF format at About AAHA .

Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Rogers,has an excellent presentation on veterinary vaccines at Home
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Old 03-08-2008, 04:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It scares me to read stuff about side effects of anything, especially if the shot is mandatory. I start seeing things that are not there. I thank you for the post and after Q has his next shots, if he gets sick in anyway, I will search out this post and read it. I know, I'm not right. lol
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I would like to state to the readership that the information provided here is based on anecdotal evidence and personal opinion. The literature provide has no references to actually case reports nor clinical studies to make this conclusion. I'd like to see more conclusive evidence myself that just a post such as this.

Food allergies are by far one of the major causes of inflammatory bowel disease in canines and that has been well proven in the scientific literature.

Please do not be scared off to not properly vaccinate your animals when you read these sorts of things without the science to back it up.
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It scares me to read stuff about side effects of anything, especially if the shot is mandatory. I start seeing things that are not there. I thank you for the post and after Q has his next shots, if he gets sick in anyway, I will search out this post and read it. I know, I'm not right. lol
I always follow the state guidelines with regards to the rabies vaccine as the risks to the dog are just too great if there were a bite. However when I do the rabies shot, I don't ever vaccinate for anything else at the time. If another vaccine is in order I wait a month.

On my adults dogs I do a yearly titer test for parvo and distemper.
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Personally, I do give my dogs all of the core canine vaccinations -- rabies as required by law, and distemper, parvo, and hepatitis once separately after the age of 16 weeks and then titer to make sure there was an immunological response.

It is essential for dog owners to be aware of the significant adverse side affects associated with vaccination. Redundantly vaccinating dogs against distemper, parvo, and hepatitis, which all have scientifically proven minimum durations of immunity of 7 years according to the World Small Animal Veterinary Association's 2007 Vaccine Guidelines and the 2003 and 2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines unnecessarily increases the likelhood of them suffering an adverse reaction. (accessible via links below)

Oon Page 18 of the 2003 AAHA Guidelines, they state that: We now know that booster injections are of no value in dogs already immune, and immunity from distemper infection and vaccination lasts for a minimum of 7 years based on challenge studies and up to 15 years (a lifetime) based on antibody titer.”

According to the World Small Animal Veterinary Assocation's 2007 Vaccine Guidelines, "DOI after vaccination with MLV vaccines is 7 years or longer based on challenge and serological studies." (DOI is duration of immunity, MLV is modified live virus -- distemper, hepatitis, and parvo are all MLV vaccines)

Time and time again people tell me that their veterinarians are giving their dogs annual and triennial distemper, hepatitis, and parvo boosters without having run titers to determine if their counts are inadequate. Giving redundant boosters does not enhance immunity -- if a dog is considered immune with a titer count of 1:300, giving unnecessary boosters does not increase its immunity; however, it does increase its risk of adverse side affects from the vaccine.

It's impossible to know just how often dogs adversely react to vaccination because veterinarians are not required by law to do so, and according to the World Small Animal Veterinary Association's 2007 Vaccine Guidleines, "The VGG recognises that there is gross under-reporting of vaccine-associated adverse events which impedes knowledge of the ongoing safety of these products. The recently released World Small Animal Veterinary Association 2007 Vaccine Guidelines are available online at - WSAVA - Scientific Advisory Committee Scroll down to Vaccine Guidelines 2007 (PDF)

Duration of Immunity to Canine Vaccines: What We Know and Don't Know, Dr. Ronald Schultz Duration of Immunity

World Small Animal Veterinary Association 2007 Vaccine Guidelines - WSAVA - Scientific Advisory Committee Scroll down to Vaccine Guidelines 2007 (PDF)

The 2003 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines are accessible online at Special Report .

The 2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines are downloadable in PDF format at About AAHA .

Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Rogers,has an excellent presentation on veterinary vaccines at Home

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