Essential to identifying dog health problems before they become major issues, is your dog’s annual checkup with your vet.
Here is some quite comprehensive information about pet vaccinations – and whether or not you should vaccinate your dog (or cat). The author is Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM – one of the relatively few vets who pulls no punches, and will tell you that annual vaccinations are NOT needed! Read on … Vaccination Overview by Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM You… Read more »
Some vets, such as the eminent Dr Jean Dodds, who I have been fortunate to hear speak in person, actively spread the word that annual vaccinations are not required. But the vast majority of vets continue to advise pet owners that ongoing vaccinations are essential, even though the evidence is clearly to the contrary.
You probably receive an annual reminder from your vet that your dog is due for his/her annual checkup and vaccinations. I do.
But annual vaccinations are NOT a necessity. In fact, all current veterinary protocols indicate that annual vaccinations are not required, and can in fact be harmful.
According to holistic vet, Dr Andrew Jones, DVM, one of the worst things you can do for your older pet is to agree to the ubiquitous annual vaccinations. If you’ve been following my information for any length of time, you will know that I am against pet owner complying with annual vaccinations for adult dogs without at least first informing… Read more »
When your dog is not feeling well, the last thing you want to do is worry that there is something seriously wrong. So it’s important to see your veterinarian for a dog health diagnosis, and to do this on a regular basis.
Dogs are a loveable breed – the prevalent pet of choice for most people. As such, studies on dog health problems abound that will help pet owners understand potentially harmful diseases and what can be done to prevent and cure them effectively. There are several kinds of dog diseases. A lot of them are caused by contaminated organisms that disrupt… Read more »
More on dog vaccinations and whether they are necessary, particularly if your vet advocates annual vaccinations – hint: there is no published research that indicates that there is any necessity for dog vaccines to be administered on a yearly basis.