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Saturday, December 28

Over Vaccinating our pets ??? Canine and Feline Immunization tips ;

Over Vaccinating our pets ???
  Canine and Feline Immunization tips ;  

*** I am placing this info for many of my clients who are concerned about the over- vaccination of our feline and canine fur family 


( If you want to talk we me further , e-mail Marie at mpmaltese@gmail.com ) 
*** I can help you with a plan to help INCREASE your pet's immune system ***                       ( I have food recipes, supplements, herbs and dog food brand recommendations ) 



                                                      



             




small portion of article - complete article link below; 

The Final Insult

Canine and feline vaccines ; 

All 27 veterinary schools in North America have changed their protocols for vaccinating dogs and cats along the following lines; (15) however, vets in practice are reluctant to listen to these changed protocols and official veterinary bodies in the UK and other countries are ignoring the following facts.
Dogs’ and cats’ immune systems mature fully at six months. If modified live-virus vaccine is giver after six months of age, it produces immunity, which is good for the life of the pet. If another MLV vaccine is given a year later, the antibodies from the first vaccine neutralise the antigens of the second vaccine and there is little or no effect. The litre is no “boosted”, nor are more memory cells induced.
Not only are annual boosters unnecessary, but they subject the pet to potential risks such as allergic reactions and immune-mediated haemolytic anaemia.
In plain language, veterinary schools in America, plus the American Veterinary Medical Association, have looked at studies to show how long vaccines last and they have concluded and announced that annual vaccination is unnecessary.(16-19)
Further, they have acknowledged that vaccines are not without harm. Dr Ron Schultz, head of pathobiology at Wisconsin University and a leading light in this field, has been saying this politely to his veterinary colleagues since the 1980s. I’ve been saying it for the past 12 years. But change is so long in coming and, in the meantime, hundreds of thousands of animals are dying every year – unnecessarily.

To see the complete Article - see below ;
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/purdue-vaccination-studies/


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Dr Dodd's Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/HemoPetPetLifeLineHemoLifeNutriScan




I like to follow Dr. Jean Dodd's vaccination schedule -
If you don't know about Dr. Dodd, please visit her Facebook page 
Amazing lady 

2013 and 2014 Vaccination Protocol

Note:
 The following vaccine protocol is offered for those dogs where minimal vaccinations are advisable or desirable. The schedule is one Dr. Dodds recommends and should not be interpreted to mean that other protocols recommended by a veterinarian would be less satisfactory. It’s a matter of professional judgment and choice.

9-10 Weeks Old:
Distemper + Parvovirus, MLV (e.g. Merck Nobivac [Intervet Progard] Puppy DPV)
14-16 Weeks:
Same as above
20 Weeks or Older (if allowable by law):
Rabies
1 Year:
Distemper + Parvovirus, MLV (optional = titer)
1 Year:
Rabies, killed 3-year product (give 3-4 weeks apart from distemper/parvovirus booster)
Perform vaccine antibody titers for distemper and parvovirus every three years thereafter, or more often, if desired. Vaccinate for rabies virus according to the law, except where circumstances indicate that a written waiver needs to be obtained from the primary care veterinarian. In that case, a rabies antibody titer can also be performed to accompany the waiver request. See the Rabies Challenge Fundwebsite.
W. Jean Dodds, DVM
Hemopet / NutriScan
11561 Salinaz Avenue
Garden Grove, CA 92843
A note from Marie; 
PET owners - LET your VET know you would like to follow a reduced vaccination schedule -  if they don't like it , then find another Vet 
I  will not do yearly vaccinations on a dog over the age of 5 yrs.  
I will not do the yearly vaccine and rabies vaccine on the SAME Day 
BE your Pet's Voice ; 

I suggest you check out All her articles on Shots - SEE her

 http://drjeandoddspethealthresource.tumblr.com/dodds-vaccines#.Vq5DlrIrKM8


PLEASE read her Blog for more info and comments:  
http://drjeandoddspethealthresource.tumblr.com/post/66693331640/dodds-dog-vaccination-protocol-2013-2014#.Ur7wc_RDv2E









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Monday, December 23

homemade dog treats, chicken and sweet potato dog treat recipe ; alternative flours almond flour for pet recipes;

Easy dog food recipe 

 TREAT Recipe ;  

Chicken and Sweet Potato Treats   


From The Ultimate Dog Treat Cookbook: Homemade Goodies for Man's Best Friend

Makes 40 to 50 bite-size treats

These treats have tasty chunks of chicken and sweet potato and appeal to even the fussiest eaters. Only make if you know with certainty that your dog is not allergic to whole wheat flour. There is an amazing amount of nutrition in one sweet potato, and most dogs with allergies can usually tolerate them.
  • 1-1/4 c. of 1/2-inch pieces of cooked chicken
  • 1/2 c. of 1/2-inch pieces of cooked sweet potato
  • 2 c. all-purpose whole wheat flour
  • 1 c. evaporated lowfat milk
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. baking powder
  • 2 lg. eggs

( There are OTHER options for Flour if you dog is allergic to wheat ) 
~ALMOND FLOUR OR MEAL (GF): is made by grinding blanched (dark skin removed) almonds. It's a high fiber, high fat flour that adds moisture, flavor, texture and nutritional value to gluten free baked goods. See also NUT FLOUR.
or 
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR: It is not from wheat but the fruit seed of a plant related to rhubarb, but contains a low amount of gluten. Most commonly used combined with wheat flour for pancakes, waffles, blintzes, and in pastas.  High in fiber, iron and B vitamins.  It contains high proportion of essential amino acids; close to being a complete protein. 

HEAT: 

Preheat the oven to 350 deg. F.

Mix all the ingredients together well, making sure the pieces of chicken and sweet potato are thoroughly coated.
 Drop by rounded teaspoon onto greased cookie sheets.

Bake 14 to 18 minutes or until golden brown.

If you are going to keep longer, use the Fridgemate system from Tupperware 

Remove from oven, let cool thoroughly, and store in an airtight Tupperware  container in the refrigerator.





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Make sure your Dog takes a Supplement each day;
NuVET plus makes a wonderful wafer treat 


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