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Rear-end Paralysis in Dogs from the Rabies Vaccine

Posted Mar 04 2011 6:08pm

First I want to thank all you for your well wishes about my current health situation. I am not gone yet humans, but alas things don’t seem to be much better. The good news is I am eating a lot and still going for my daily walks. But I am losing weight (diabetes), and well other things are going on. With electral dermal analysis, my humans learned I may be in the early stages of lymphoma.

I don’t want anyone to be sad for me, I just hope that you’ve all learned much here and are paying it forward. Mom isn’t sure what she’ll do with this blog when I’m gone, but until then let’s just keep on keeping on shall we? And be glad that your dogs are getting natural care, WOOF!

I’m still a very happy dog. Today I even brought Mom her mail! I told her and Dad I’m still capable of bringing her mail to her and I voiced my opinion about it LOUD, hehe! Of course that made them laugh, which I always love to make them do.

Mom hugged my neck and thanked me profusely. She told me how much she loves me as she kept kissing me over and over. I turned my head to her and looked deep into her eyes and gave her a kiss right on her mouth, WOOF! It wasn’t slobbery so don’t worry about that humans, it was as gentle as a dove. I kiss very gently in spite of my size.

Secondly, I want to say that when you consider how often most dogs are jabbed with vaccines (yearly in many cases) and with the rabies vaccine at the least every three years, it’s no wonder this problem with rear-end paralysis is showing up more and more, especially in us big dogs.

Mom is convinced that the vaccines I had the first three years of my life are the reason I’m paying with such serious health issues now. Not to mention that the DNA scrambling that has been done through the generations of over-vaccinated dogs, it’s no wonder really that these problems are showing up in increasing numbers.

What we don’t understand is why these sorts of things aren’t be shouted from the rafters to alert dog owners. But then again we do understand and it is becoming more and more obvious that there are two key factors at play here: first the obvious is to follow the money. Secondly is that those administering the vaccines aren’t connecting the dots with ill health, and a lot of it has to do with how they are trained. Vaccines are big money but at the cost of suffering to us.

Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, NATURALLY healthy day, WOOF!

To learn more about vaccines visit our Vaccine Information Page on our website

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