Core Vaccines protect pets but non-core vaccines or over-vaccination can cause immune system and brain damage in humans and animals

 

"The Jab" is high profit for the veterinarian because it often leads to serious immune system breakdown and/or neurologial damage

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If  your dog has health problems the vet says are genetic, you need to know that over-vaccination leads to immune system problems, profitable for the practice!

 

 

VACCINES ARE A SHOT IN THE DARKVACCINES or GENETICS?

Barbara (BJ) Andrews, TheDogPlace Publisher

updated from ShowSight Magazine column

 

If your dog suffers from thyroid, dermatitis, mange, a weakened immune system or reproductive problems, don't let the vet blame it on genetics.

 

Genetics are a handy excuse when a baffled veterinarian has no answer for missed or flakey seasons, failure to conceive, skin problems, deformed puppies, thyroid or autoimmune disease.  Or, because of his veterinary school education, which is partially funded by the pharmaceutical companies, he doesn't associate immune system problems with over-vaccination.

 

Even today, he may not know that the adjuvant in vaccines can alter DNA, nor is he likely to consider environmental toxins, chemicals, electromagnetic fields, etc.  We'll cover some of those weird risks but the most common challenge to canine health is still, you guessed it, overuse of vaccines.

 

Having written for the dog fancy since the early 70s, I was intrigued by the first glimmers of vaccination risk back then. By the turn of the century, vaccinosis was well documented.  In 2010 Vaccine Induced Disease was so common it has an acronym - VID. Today I ask you to keep in mind that we still don't know the extent to which vaccines damage the hormonal and immune system! Oh we think we know but allow me to prove how uninformed we really are...diarrhea

 

Immune System & Hypothyroidism (Low Thyroid Hormone)

Thyroid gland malfunction is or will be discussed by every serious breeder. I have no medical training and I don't give medical advice but like some of you, I finally made the connection between immune-system breakdown and vaccines.  That was in 1993, when I wrote what you're reading now (for ShowSight Magazine) but even before that, when writing for the Canine Chronicle in the 80s, I warned readers about the apparent connection between vaccines and reproductive problems.

 

The boogieman preys on gullible people, not dogs.  Your dog will bark at the boogieman and keep you safeWhat's really, truly KNOWN about thyroid function in companion animals is but a speck of dust compared to the city dump of what we DON'T know. It's the stuff nightmares are made of and I'm about to introduce you to the bogeyman.

 

Researchers still link hypothyroidism to a deficient immune system. OK. That's like saying you'll get bad gas mileage with a faulty carburetor but here's the catch - A bad immune system is only as hereditary as a good veterinary education! 

 

Stop letting animal rights whackos and AR-educated veterinarians tell you that everything short of a broken leg is hereditary.

 

Here, take this new pair of eyes so you can see through the blame-game.  Disease is rarely due to genetics.  "Bad breeders" are a handy cop-out for  befuddled or profit-driven vets who only find answers in more expensive tests.

 

Dr. Jean Dodds published many papers relating immune system problems to hypothyroid.  She even dared to link compromised thyroid gland function to commonly prescribed antibiotics and (gasp) heartworm preventatives.  Dodds was an outspoken pioneer on thyroid problems and even back in the 80s, many other vets agreed with her observation that external influences, not "genetics" most often precipitate thyroid gland malfunction.  Today we know that vaccines and incomplete dog foods lead the list of causative factors in hyperthyroid problems.

 

Red Mange, Demodectic Mange, Demodex

It hasn't been so very long ago that demodex or "red mange" was said to be hereditary and so a lot of good show prospects were petted out.  Then, in the late 70s, a top veterinary university announced that the mites were everywhere but only weak, ill, or stressed puppies "broke out" with red mange.  Gads!  Norma Price was my Dog World editor and a top Dalmatian breeder.  We were thrilled to have what we had both been saying for years proven true - neither breeders nor genetics were to blame.  Today we wonder about those early vaccines that veterinarians insisted on starting at 6 weeks...

 

Radiation Exposure, Genetics, And The Canine Immune System

Breeders are to blame for believing what big business sells us. We went crazy on hip x-rays in the 60s and 70s.  Everybody made out, from the local vet to the new Orthopedic Foundation For Animals (OFA.  Puppies were crippled by fulcrum x-ray promoted by Dr. Bardens.  Others were put down (killed) based on bad x-rays taken by good vets or read by someone who had not assessed the dog's physical condition.  Dr. Jerry Schnelle, who actually identified and pioneered study of canine hip dysplasia, published his resignation from OFA to call attention to those serious problems.

 

How many note that we still x-ray our dog's hips (reproductive organs) without radiation shields?  "Coincidentally" reproductive problems became as prevalent as the x-ray culture, opening a whole new field in canine veterinary medicine.  Yep, vet schools added Canine Reproduction to the curriculum.

 

Speaking of radiation exposure on DNA, and how that can cause good genes to go bad...We no longer hear about Chernobyl but the people there haven't forgotten.  The Russian nuclear accident will affect many generations of people and will Japan's nuclear meltdown in 2012.  Click this ii Instant Information on radiation because if you have dogs (or family) with thyroid or other immune related problems, you need to know about radiation exposure. 

 

Chemical Exposure = Immune System/Reproductive Problems

Right up there with radiation, exposure to toxaphene, sulphur dioxide, and many COMMON chemicals, pesticides and manufacturing by-products damage the immune system and cause thyroid disease, including thyroid gland cancer.  Scientists and EPA officials know the dangers and how widespread such toxins are.  You might remember "The Love Canal"  was all about dioxin.  The grim news was underreported, then relegated to footnote status once the area was evacuated.  We would have never known about toxic chemicals in our environment had it not been for Erin Brockovich and the hit movie.

 

The logic is as clear as the question which begs an answer.  I don't know about you, but I'm not comfortable with veterinarians who depend on drug companies for their education. Simply put, there is a conflict of interest in medical practitioners who are in one form or another, subsidized by drug companies.

 

Sure, some things are hereditary but career breeders (those who survive the first ten years with sanity intact and ten or twenty Champions under their belt) know what they are. We build dreams around great ones not yet born and we work hard to eradicate genetic problems because we know darn well they'll come back to haunt us.  Give us the right tools and we can create a work of art. To imply otherwise is just the veterinarians and pharmaceutical giants passing the buck!

 

Ask yourself, do you think marketing strategists and drug companies care about achieving a disease-free life for our best friends? Don't try to sell us flawed logic and double-edged ethics and then blame us when the paint peels away.  We get it.  We know that new diseases are emerging (and new pills for each one) and for each brand new virus, incredibly, there will be a new vaccine.  We are ever so grateful for advances in life and limb saving surgical procedures but we've grown skeptical of health hype.

 

I warned you this was the stuff nightmares are made of. Before you turn out the light, answer this question. How many of you had thyroid or immune problems before parvovirus emerged?  When I was a columnist for Holly Meir's The Dog newspaper, I theorized about the origin of parvovirus, about the safety and efficacy of the stop-gap feline derivative vaccine, and later, about the wave of reproductive problems.

 

We would like to hear from anyone who has statistical proof that thyroid, immune system, and reproductive problems were as common before parvo, corona virus, kennel cough, and Lyme vaccine.

 

Call your shot on vaccines!  Puppy shots, parvo shots, booster shots; like a gun, the protect but vaccines have to be used with care.Please don't say it's because we're better at diagnosing such problems. Vets ARE better. Labs are better. But smart breeders are tuned in to their dogs, to creating a genetically healthy next generation, and to paying the bills.  We've noticed that the last two goals are getting harder to achieve.

 

For more thought-provoking information call your shots on Lepto or Lyme Disease. For a baseline reference on vaccine development, I strongly suggest go to origin and History Of Parvovirus and the dark History of Canine Flu Vaccine, and the classic disclosure, Leptomania by Patricia Jordan, DVM.

 

portions excerpted from August 1993 ShowSight MagazineMeet the Publisher and Author Barbara J. "BJ" Andrews

 

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