The rabies shot issue.
Vaccinate the dog he dies of Cancer.
FAIL to use those Deadly Rabies Vaccines, CITY WILL NOT LICENSE PET.
My longtime Venice Beach pal JEFF sent this email out to his friends: I had a family of 4 little dogs UNTIL their rabies vaccines were administered about 10 weeks ago. Four weeks after, a giant mass the size of a baseball appeared on the 10 year old daughter (Shelty\Pom mix) on the left side just behind her ribs. Within a week, her 16 year old father Lucky developed a very slight lump in the same location on the other side. Neither dog having ever been sick a day, I believed it to be from the vaccine. After 6 vets and a small fortune, my beloved Precious died, the night before last. Now, the 'what appears to be' malignant tumor is just starting to grow on Lucky, along with abdominal pain, arthritis. NOTE: A week or two later, Lucky died of cancer. I then googled and found your post on the web with the 2008 study about the under-reporting of vast problems from the rabies vaccines. I had not found it or you on the web when I googled "dogs tumors rabies vaccines" but only when I googled 'bleeding' instead of 'tumors' did I find relevant information.
Vaccinating your cat or dog. - What problems may be associated with vaccination? Side effects from vaccines are very rare, especially in view of the thousands of doses that are administered every year. The most common side effects are very mild, and include lethargy, inappetence or tenderness at the injection site. More marked side effects may include vomiting, diarrhoea, lameness, fever, signs of respiratory tract infection, or lumps at the site of injection. Kittens and young cats appear to be more likely to develop problems than older cats. Another adverse effect that may be reported is lack of efficacy. Whilst this may be due to genuine vaccine failure, it may also be due to infection before vaccination, or a deficient immune system resulting in an inability by the cat to mount an immune response.
The side effect that has received the most attention in recent years is fibrosarcoma -- this is a tumour that develops at the site of vaccination. A number of cats may develop a small nodule at the site of injection, associated with inflammation. This will normally disappear within three to four weeks, but if it does not, the chronic inflammation
can lead to the development of a fibrosarcoma tumour. Inflammation is more likely to arise with vaccines that contain a substance called an adjuvant which is included in the vaccine to improve their efficacy. Adjuvanted vaccines are typically the FeLV and rabies vaccines.
The incidence of fibrosarcoma in the USA is estimated to be one case per
10,000, whereas in the UK it is estimated to be 0.04 cases per 10,000
doses of vaccine. This difference may be explained by different vaccines
available in the two countries, and the greater frequency of rabies
vaccination in the USA .
Injection-associated fibrosarcomas are very invasive, which makes them
difficult to remove. In the USA , some guidelines
recommend rabies vaccinations are administered in the right hind leg, and
leukaemia vaccines are administered in the left hind
leg. This is partly because, should a fibrosarcoma develop at these sites,
limb amputation is possible and offers a better
chance of complete removal than trying to remove an invasive tumour from
the neck region.
While fibrosarcoma is a devastating disease, it should be remembered that
FeLV is also a fatal disease. The incidence of
FeLV is far greater than fibrosacroma, at one to two cases per 100 cats,
with some areas having a much higher prevalence of
So turns out nobody has informed us animal owners that there are numerous vaccines
and different ways to administer the vaccines! And the mercury is still
being injected into our pets even though it has been proven to be
unsafe! I am going to find out what my vet used and exactly why my dogs
died. Hopefully, I can help other unsuspecting pet owners from coming to
the same end I did!
Yes there are different types of rabies vaccines. Only one is thimersol
free (mercury free) -- Merial IMRAB TF 1 or TF 3. Some require
intramuscular injection, others say either IM or Sub-Q. Whichever way is
stated on the label should have equivalent safety and efficacy.
Thanx again! Unfortunately, Dr. Walder is retired and Dr. Edwards is too
far away for me at the moment. Someone told me that if a vaccine is
administered intramuscularly that it is safer, but they don't want to
take the extra time to do that. Is that true? And, there are different
rabies vaccines, is that true?
Knowledgeable Jean Dodds <firstname.lastname@example.org> added this to the bereft
pet owner who'd lost his dogs. Dear Jeffrey: Dr. Jeff Edwards or Dr.
Emily Walder are top pathologists in Southern CA. Jeff is head
pathologist at Antech Diagnostics in Irvine, and Emily has her own
private diagnostic pathology company in the west LA area-- she
specialzes in skin pathology but does other tissues as well. I suggest
you try to find her business via internet, call her up, explain your
situation, but first preface it with the fact that I referred you to
her. Unfortunately, until I return from Australia tomorrow, I cannot
reach these people from here withpout my professional directory.
Thanx for answering. A month after the vaccine was given, the 10 year
old daughter Precious, suddenly developed a baseball size lump on her
back left side. I took her to the vet who administered the vaccine and
he said that it was impossible that it could be related to the vaccine.
He informed me that vaccine reactions only occur at the vaccine site and
occur immediately. He told me that I would need to go to a specialist
and that he could not help me. I said that I had read vets postings on
the net that reactions do not only occur immediately and that it is
often 3 to 4 weeks before the symptoms my dog showed- tumors, internal
bleeding, arthritis, abdominal pain, and lethargy- occur. He refused to
look at anything on the net and was most uncoooperative. There must be
some vets who are suspicious of all this vaccine bs and would like to
examine Lucky now (or autopsy, since precious already died of the same
Dear Jeffrey: Unfortunately, no one does autopsies cheaply as they must
be performed or reviewed by a board-certified pathologist -- for
liability reasons. This is costly. You might find out if the vaccine
company would pay for it -- your veterinarian would be the best person
to contact them regarding both of your dogs, and their fatal vaccinosis
More From: Jeff
My second dog is now about to die from the rabies vaccine. Like the
first, he has bleeding into the abdomen which is apparently from a
tumor, just like the first dog who died 6 weeks ago. Do you know anyone who
can perform an autopsy very cheap (I used every penny trying to save my
dogs). Would it help somehow to your cause to have this done, and do you
know anyone here in LA who I could call, and what would they look for,
etc.? He will die soon and I want his death to mean something. An autopsy
would help me get newspapers interested.
My longtime friend Lucky, 10 years old, already died from it, the other, 15 years old, has a
tumor growing on top of his right back leg. The vaccine was 4 months
ago. A small bump appeared 4 weeks after, the same time as the other
dogs tumor appeared. It is getting bigger each dayand is painful if I
touch it. He also developed abdominal pain, arthritis and lethargy. It
is not a fatty tumor- it appears to be the bad kind. SOS!!!!!!!!
I heard your message here at Hemopet today and wondered where you were
emailing Dr. Dodds at? She always very good about responding back
especially with such a serious issue like yours. I am so sorry that you
are dealing with this. You really need Dr. Dodds to help here as there
is no one else at Hemopet that has her expertise on this subject.
Anyway, please respond back using the above email address so that you
can explain what's going on. Dr. Dodds is currently in Thailand but
still working on-line.
FROM ANITA: My pal the city farmer has a three acre property with fifty sheep,
a thousand chickens, ducks, geese. Naturally the dog pound, ie. animal reg get
after him, but he fought them off with a simple method. These employees are
usually bottom of the barrel types. So he put a cyclone fencing on front of property
and poles, the whole mess cost l00$. And a gate and a lock. No one standing on
front curb can get in. They left letters of enquiry there, as a neighbor complained
about roosters. He didn't answer. The pound employees came by. He could see
them from front window, a good 70 feet back. The fence is chest high, no way to
jump it. They can't write citations for what they can't see. The pound stopped coming.
The employees would write 'Simply could not see any alleged barnyard animals
on the property. Now, behind the house in the pasture were all these animals and
their corrals with straw. This gentleman continues to provide organic, free range
eggs to local healthfood stores. I count him as a guru in how to get around city regs.
To force you to give your pet a shot, animal reg must first HEAR THE ANIMAL or
a neighbor hears it barking and complains. Go door to door knocking to see if a
family has a pet. Neither occasion will occur if you keep dog quiet, have loving
friendly neighbors, don't let dog into street ever. Have cyclone fence on entire
front yard, grow ivy, honeysuckle, tropical vines, berries whatever. Geraniums are good
the flowering viney kind. So front yard also becomes invisible. THen lock gate. Your
family has key to lock and they go in and out with no difficulty. Dog roams back yard
most of the time, front yard with supervision. animal reg doesn't try to break in a front
gate. Your friends soon know about this and know how to get in, cell phone, whatever.
DOG has no license and it's fine
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