This post is a reply to a comment made on our Bordetella Vaccines article. The comment is re-published here, so that you can understand the context of our response:
|“I am truly amazed at your lack of information regarding this issue. Vaccines don’t work? Why don’t we have polio in the US? Why has the parvo rate of infection greatly decreased over the last 20 years? Your misinformation will end up harming many more lives than the vaccines ever will. You have a responsibility to relate the truth, as do I.“
Dear Anonymous Drug Pusher,
It’s telling that you don’t have the guts to reveal who you really are, although the single word “veterinarian” tells us all we need to know about where you’re coming from with your spurious arguments.
If you really want the truth about whether vaccines have rid the world of various epidemic-level diseases, including polio, since you mention it, then you should read articles such as Why Vaccines Don’t Work as Advertised and Historic Data Shows Vaccines Not Key in Declines in Death from Disease.
If you scan just some of the many vaccination-related articles written by Dr Mercola, who publishes the world’s #1 free natural health newsletter, you’ll see there is no shortage of evidence that vaccines cause no end of problems – including death.
And are we really meant to trust the vaccine manufacturers, given the horror stories that emerge?
How about the unnecessary rotavirus vaccine that was contaminated with pig DNA infected with porcine circovirus 2?
Then there’s the whooping cough epidemic in California, where it’s been shown that the resurgence of whooping cough is due to the vaccine causing an increased and more virulent toxin?
One last example: why would the government give taxpayers’ hard-earned money to a drug company that has had a 50-year history of proven safety violations so that they can create the next generation of flu vaccines?
Perhaps you should speak directly to the many parents whose children are now autistic after being given MMR vaccinations?
The jury may still be out on whether MMR causes autism, but what most people don’t know is that U.S. government has paid out more than $1.5 billion in its Vaccine Injury Compensation Program to families of children who have been injured or killed by vaccines.
So, getting back to the blog post you commented on, are you really trying to tell all of the people who’ve posted their experiences on that page that they’re making it all up and lying, or are you falling back on that old favourite, that it’s just coincidence or the animals must have been sick already?
These people’s dog are getting sick, and even dying, because of a vaccination for something that is not even that severe.
And as for Parvo, then there isn’t a single day goes by when we don’t have somebody call us whose dog has become seriously sick, with full-blown Parvo, days, or even hours, after being given their Parvo shots.
Are all these people lying too, or it is one of the biggest coincidences of all time?
And why do so many vets insist on ignoring the vaccine manufacturers’ directions by giving shots to dogs who either have Parvo, or who have been exposed to the virus by dint of being in the same household as dogs that do have Parvo symptoms?
Why not read the story of one of our many customers, whose fiancé lost five dogs (one within five hours) because his vet insisted on vaccinating them, even though these dogs were not showing any symptoms? But, this vet knew they’d been exposed, because he’d already failed to save one of this man’s dogs from Parvo.
Was it just coincidence that this man lost all five of his dogs, within five hours to a few days of being given vaccinations that should never have been administered?
Why do so many vets do this?
Greed – sheer, unadulterated greed!
Not only do they make a massive amount of money from the vaccinations, but then they also make even more money from trying to “fix” all of the problems that the vaccines cause.
It is known that vaccines weaken the immune system (as do most chemicals), causing chronic issues such as inflammation, and it is also known that this in turn is a leading cause of cancer.
And, surprise, surprise, cancer is now the biggest killer of dogs in the country.
Why are so many dogs these days getting cancer, and why are they so young when they get it (more and more dogs under five are getting cancer now)?
It couldn’t be because of the large doses of chemicals they receive, via vaccinations, toxic deworming products, cheap commercial dog food, etc., could it?
You may not want the public at large to know this, but one of your colleagues has stated that the mark-up on vaccines alone is anywhere from 2,400 percent to an obscene 6,200 percent. Yes, folks, a rabies vaccine costs your vet about 61 cents!
And did you know that about two thirds of visits to vets are for vaccinations?
According to one estimate, removing the one-year rabies vaccination and consequential office visit for dogs alone would decrease the average small vet’s income from $87,000 to $25,000 – and this doesn’t even include cats or other vaccinations.
So, if you ever wondered why your vet still insists on annual booster shots, which even the AVMA have agreed is too much, then now you know – they need those repeat visits to maintain their lifestyle, and if pets suffer or die because of the chemical cocktail they’re injecting into your furry friends, so be it.
We’re tired of having to fix the problems you vets are creating with your blind and unthinking obedience to the big corporate drug manufacturers. (In case you were wondering, we’ve helped treat over 5,820 dogs and cats for Parvo at the time of writing this, and the situation is not getting any better.)
The most difficult Parvo cases we get are those where a dog has been vaccinated (or dewormed) within the past few days – the dogs vomit uncontrollably and, our readers may be surprised to know that some of the chemical-based anti-nausea and anti-emetic drugs (e.g. Cerenia), which are meant to reduce vomiting, can actually cause increased vomiting.
In spite of these additional complications, the success rate we typically expect when treating Parvo using natural, chemical-free products is about 90%.
How come, with all of those years of veterinary training, and all those so-called miracle drugs at your disposal, do you typically offer customers a 50% chance of their dog surviving?
Why are you still treating Parvo the way that you did ten or more years ago, when the virus has mutated and evolved into a much more aggressive strain (the 2c strain, which some vets even to this day deny exists)?
And why do you have the gall to charge up to $12,000 to treat a single animal for Parvo – even though you can’t save it?
Before people get the wrong impression, we’re not tarring all vets with the same brush – just most of them.
Our many customers tell us all sorts of stories about their vets: some refuse to treat dogs for Parvo at all, some can’t even be bothered to tell customers that their dogs have died until several days later.
So, don’t assume that putting the letters DVM after your name grants you the god-given right to mistreat people’s animals and do whatever you want, even ignoring the drug manufacturers’ own instructions.
People trust you to care for their beloved pets, and you regularly abuse that trust by caring more about money than about saving lives.
You may object to this, so answer this: if clients can’t afford your exorbitant fees (and many can’t, as evidenced by our large customer base), then why can you only suggest what you euphemistically call “euthanasia” (but which we call murder, because that’s what it is)?
Why are you so blinkered that you can’t even consider a herbal solution to Parvo – after all, it has a higher success rate (when used correctly), and it’s a lot cheaper, cheaper in some cases than putting a dog down?
Don’t you owe it to your customers to give them some other option apart from asking them to make one of the hardest decisions of their lives?
And how do you think these people feel, having agreed to kill their dog, when they find out, later on, that they could have saved their dog themselves (i.e. without years of medical training) using a few organic tinctures and items they can pick up at Walmart?
They trust you vets, and you routinely let them down.
Well, the reason you won’t recommend these cost-effective herbal products is because there is no way that even you could get away with charging thousands for them.
It all comes down to money, at the end of the day.
But then, you and the drug companies have no real incentive to actually cure anything – because then your recurring income streams would evaporate.
We’re not sure if you really believe the BS that you and these drug companies are spouting, or whether you’re greedy like most of the vets we hear about, but it doesn’t really matter – what matters is that you are pulling the wool over your customers’ eyes by not telling them all of the facts.
And the facts are out there – there is growing evidence the world over that vaccines are not the answer (e.g. Australia has banned the flu vaccine for under-5s because of the associated risks, and a Canadian-led study has come up with more proof that flu shots don’t work).
And when the rumours about Parvo being created in the lab are finally confirmed, which they inevitably will be, one day, there will be an uprising among dog owners the like of which has never been seen before.
In the meantime, we highly suggest that you do some research of your own – there’s no shortage of good and reliable books on the subject, such as “The Nature Of Animal Healing” by Martin Goldstein DVM, and “What Vets Don’t Tell You About Vaccines” by Catherine O’Driscoll.
Finally, we’d like to thank you for allowing us this opportunity to expose some of what the drug companies and their cronies are up to.
If just one dog owner who reads this is now able to make a more informed decision about their pet’s health, then we’ve made a positive difference (without charging an arm and a leg for products of dubious benefit).
Sadly, in an overwhelming number of cases, the answer is no!
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