Rabies Vaccine and Rear End Paralysis – Is There A Connection?

I recently stumbled across a post regarding the rabies vaccine and rear end paralysis in dogs that I wanted to share with you.

The UK is supposedly conducting an ongoing health survey on thousands of dogs. “The Canine Health Sensus” aka the health survey uncovered a correlation between the rabies vaccine and rear end paralysis in dogs.

According to the Sensus”, 69% of dogs with rear end paralysis ended up that way within three months of a rabies vaccine.

I’ve written other articles on the problems with over vaccinating. Although correlation we know isn’t fact, with numbers like this – I would hope that we would hear more about it. As I read further, the message grew even stronger.

Back in 2008, there was an article published in Whole Dog News regarding how cases involving back problems, rear end paralysis and hind end weakness in dogs are increasing. The article talked about specific cases of dog owners who had put their dog’s to sleep due to lameness and rear end paralysis – not connecting the two right away. In many cases the problem was associated with old age.

According to the article, the rabies vaccine causes demyelination which is the self-destruction of the insulation surrounding the nerves of the central nervous system.

When this happens, it disrupts the signals being passed by the nerves. This is what leads to many of physical and mental problems as well that we are now seeing in dogs. Fear, aggression, phobias, paralysis, epilepsy and so on.

Research

Apparently there is plenty of research done in India due to the large number of animal bites and rabies vaccinations. Reports indicate that many of these people develop autoimmune and neurological problems. Symptoms often associated with Multiple Sclerosis as well as acute de-myelination disorders appear with an incidence rate of 1 in 300. Even though these numbers are based upon human incidents; dogs are most likely in this same range.

I would like you to think about this for a minute. The above incident rate was based upon individual people receiving one single vaccine.

It doesn’t surprise me that there may be a connection between the rabies vaccine and rear end paralysis. Here’s an example from the article which would be based upon a dog receiving a rabies vaccine yearly:

“By age 10 the average dog would have received 10 rabies shots, leading to a 1 in 30 chance of developing this condition.” The author goes on to say “This is much more in keeping with what I have sadly observed.”

If you haven’t already done so, I highly recommend that you read my article on dog vaccinations. This article includes required vaccinations and discusses the importance of understanding the preferred use of a”single vaccine” vs multiple vaccines.

You can read also read the original article from Whole Dog News here.

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  • nancy hand
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    My dog died screaming this year 2011 only 1 week after the rabies vaccine, 30 minutes after the vaccine he began to just lay around , before he was a healthy bouncing 8 year old walker hound. He died screaming as his spleen ruptured because of this shot. After researching this vaccine I found out this is a very common thing that happens after this shot.

    • admin
      Reply

      Oh Nancy, I’m so sorry. That must of been absolutely horrible. I’m just curious as to whether or not he ever showed a reaction to the vaccine before?

      Janie

  • Deborah Wood-Castaneda
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    I lost my 7 year old Lab/Golden mix after a rabies update in 1994 and it still haunts me. Previously, he was a healthy, happy, bouncing boy and while I can’t prove that he was paralyzed by the vaccine, after a lot of research searching for answers, I believe that it was the vaccine. I remember thinking something was off about him afterward. He was lethargic and his eyes were watery but nothing alarming enough to rush him to the Vet. I just noted it and watched for other signs, but there really wasn’t any. I had resolved a trip to the Vet was in order and put it on my list of things to do. Then one day, he was dragging one of his legs. I made an appointment immediately for that afternoon and went to work. When I got home, he was dragging his whole rear end. Rushed him to the Vet, who did Xrays and testing but found nothing. We decided to hospitalize him and try cortisone shots. After a week, there was no change and no hope so he went to sleep in my arms. It nearly killed me. Afterward, I wanted answers, like people do when things like this happen for seemingly no reason and ran across these British studies that suggested a connection to the rabies vaccine. It was bad enough to lose my dog soul mate, but to lose him because I had carelessly given him something potentially harmful without thinking about it made it so much worse. It made me very angry also and still after 17 years I can’t think about Yogi without crying, wondering how many years we might have had together if I had not exposed him to an unneeded vaccine. Since then, I have refused to vaccinate my dogs against it. Rabies is rare in our area, and the risks outweigh the benefits and still our county government requires it. I have been fined for it, but I will never again vaccinate or medicate any of my animal companions unthinkingly. We should at least be told about the risks before vaccinating.

    And no, for Yogi, there was no previous reaction to the vaccine.

    • admin
      Reply

      Wow, what a story Deborah! I am so sorry about Yogi. It doesn’t matter how long ago it was, I know the pain is still fresh in your heart. It wasn’t your fault though and I’m sure you know that, but as an avid and passionate dog lover, I also know that it’s hard for you to forgive yourself.

      Things have got to change regarding the casual attitude that big business and government has towards the products used that are hurting our companion animals. From vaccines to flea medicine, dog owners must educate themselves on what they are pumping into their dog (and cat) and not take for granted that just because the vet says to do it; it must be o.k.

      While rabies is mandatory, the other vaccines are not. For others out there, NEVER, EVER GIVE YOUR DOG A BUNDLED VACCINE!!

      Thanks again Deborah and I’m so sorry about Yogi. I can hear the passion in your words and it’s obvious how much you loved him.

      Janie

    • TinaL
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      My 6 year old lab mix did the same thing. Had a rabies vaccine just 6 mo after having his last due to a dog biting him. Within a few days he couldn’t walk. Things looked grim. We made him a homemade stretcher to get him to the hospital. He was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis by the neurologist. They gave him meds that had him right back up. The cost to diagnose him was under $800. We had a free exam coupon with a different vet because I wanted an unbiased opinion and they referred us to a neurologist which we immediately went there. A month in a half later I could tell he was beyond 100% recovered so we weaned him from the meds. It could have been life long, so I am happy to say he is in remission.

      • janie knetzer
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        Hi Tina:

        Thanks for sharing your story. I’m so glad to hear that he is doing good now.

        Remember to always use “Thuja” daily for 6-8 weeks before you get the rabies vaccine.

        Janie

        • Brenda
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          Hi Janie and everyone — what is ‘thuja’ and what do you mean by bundled vaccines — getting rabies w/ distemper parvo?

          We just lost our senior dog last week (he was 11), a month following his three year rabies vaccine — he lost use of his hind legs seemingly out of the blue and had been his normal (albeit older) active playful self before and for a couple of weeks following the shot.

          Most of his life he used only three legs due to a knee injury and surgery on one of his hind legs when he was younger –I remember thinking that we shouldn’t take him in for this vaccine anymore but it’s ‘the law’ — really, it’s the for profit business model by vaccine makers just like for humans — I am sick and heartbroken all over again reading these stories and feel like this may have also killed our old boy. It’s not fair!

          • yourolddog

            Hi Brenda:

            I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. You’re right, it’s not fair! It’s another money making scheme as far as I’m concerned. They know that the rabies vaccine (and all others) lasts a long time. Think about it. We get vaccinated once in our lives, yet our pets are forced to undergo repeated vaccinations that they don’t need.

            It’s truly awful. You are only required by law to get the rabies vaccine and in most (I believe all now, you can double check in your state online) states for dogs with health concerns, you can get a waiver from your vet for dogs with health concerns. Bundled means when the vet gives your dog multiple vaccinations at the same time (same day, etc). Never do it. You should never give more than one vaccination at a time, if at all.

            I personally believe (as do many others including many holistic vets) that vaccinations are the biggest culprit for causing skin problems, fear, aggression, disease, etc in dogs. It breaks my heart.

            For the rabies vaccine, Thuja is a homeopathic medicine that comes in extract or very tiny pellets. I usually recommend the pellets. It can be given before or after the rabies vaccination. Much depends on the symptom that the dog is having and which homeopathic remedy is needed. Sometimes Thuja isn’t right depending on the symptom. For rear end paralysis, Thuja is recommended. If using the pellets, do not touch them. Touching them can diminish it’s effectiveness. Use the lid of the bottle to drop into your dog’s mouth. I would use 200C Thuja pellets for rear end paralysis. Two doses would be necessary if you think your dog has had a reaction to the rabies vaccine.

            A dose equals a layer of pellets covering the bottom of the lid. Yes, DE is good and I’ve recommended it to dog owners. I’ll keep that in mind for my own girls Brenda. I personally prefer a natural spray, just because powders often dry out the skin.

            Again, I’m so very sorry about your loss. My thoughts are truly with you.

            Janie

          • Brenda

            Thanks for the reply and additional info Janie — I don’t know how to process this — I blame myself as I remember thinking he was so old now he just shouldn’t have it but an exemption (which I didn’t know existed) never crossed my mind. I also regret not trying other options for him, i.e. did now know about this Thuja. Traditional western vet medicine puts fear in you about keeping your pets healthy — we know rabies is deadly and distemper parvo is an ugly disease that some don’t recover from. Here’s another recent study about boosters not being necessary! Such BS that this information isn’t more widely accepted and talked about!!!!!!!! http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/11/05/dogs-cats-rabies-vaccination.aspx?e_cid=20151105Z1_PetsNL_art_1&utm_source=petsnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20151105Z1&et_cid=DM89529&et_rid=1199668314 — we have another dog who is now 7 years old, she’s a big girl (about 100 lbs), shepherd mix and has some arthritis. She’ll be ‘due’ for her next vaccine in a year and I don’t want to do it — is this the type of thing I should ask the vet for an exemption on? I read stuff on that site and it’s counter intuitive to say you can get an exemption IF your dog has a reaction but isn’t the point to avoid that since it might be too late?

          • yourolddog

            Hi Brenda:

            I sent you a private email.

            Janie

  • Tina
    Reply

    Check under title : “Over-Vaccinated Animals, Autism and SIDS” it is an interesting article that talks about vaccines linked to delayed vaccine associated anaphylatic shock in humans and animals.

    • admin
      Reply

      Hi Tina:
      Thank you so much for sharing this article with us. Excellent information!! :-

  • Carla
    Reply

    I cried after reading this article. I have a 12 week old puppy and I took him for his second round of shots Friday, June 15, 2012, and by Wed. the 20th he was limping and watery eyes. Thu. the 21st the puppy just pulled himself around, using only his front legs. I took him to a different Vet due to mine was closed on Thursdays. They thought it was something wrong with his back did x-rays and said it looked like one of his vertebras was out of line gave me some pain meds and inflammation. Sat. 23rd. the puppy was not better, took him to the Vet. first thing Sat. morning. The Vet has no clue what is wrong with the puppy, ran blood work and could not find anything. Vet. said could be a rare virus that some puppies get and there is no cure for it. The Vet did tell me to pick up a prescription for Clindamycin. Although it has only been three day since the puppy has received this medicine there has been not changes. The puppy has a good attitude for his situation. The puppy (Sport) eats good and he goes potty when I take him outside. I plan on talking to the Vet. again today and confront them with the question about the shots. I too am hurt/saddened by this situation. I am in hopes that I do not have to put the little guy down. Any ideas or suggestion are appreciated.

    • admin
      Reply

      Hi Carla:
      I HIGHLY recommend that you avoid traditional veterinarians at this point and find a Holistic vet that can take a look at your pup. A holistic vet will look at things from a completely different perspective including the fact that vaccinations very well could have caused the problem.

      Accupuncture is something that they will also look into. Personally, I WOULD NOT SUPPRESS the puppy’s immune system with Prednisone which is most likely going to be recommended by a traditional vet.

      Please let us know how it goes. Thinking of you and your pup.

      Janie
      Admin.

  • Amanda
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    Glad (or not? *sigh*) to have found this page. Over the years I’ve become more and more suspicious of vaccines, both human and animal, and as a result my dogs are “illegal” as much as they are legal. I only do rabies vaccines every 5 or so years. Last fall I had my 7 year old German Shepherd revaccinated. She has gone downhill ever since. She doesn’t have full blown paralysis, but her rear end definitely isn’t what it used to be. At first I sadly blew it off as old age and hips, and committed to watching her quality of life. Now I don’t for a second believe it’s hip dysplasia. She’ll move along just fine for a while, then suddenly start dragging her toes. After a few steps she’s moving again. Seems to have worsened considerably after her first (in her whole almost 8 years now) application of one of those spot flea treatments. I used BioSpot. I’ve never had a flea problem before this year and it got BAD quick. I think we’re finally getting close to beating them, but my poor girl is still not well. Between the (assumed) vaccine lameness and the constant itching from the BioSpot reaction (hair falling out, nasty looking inflammation) I’m desperate for help. I’m not aware of any holistic vets around here.

    What advice would you give? There is one vet who will pretty much just prescribe and give me anything I ask for without even seeing my dogs. They trust my judgement a LOT because they know I’m so research oriented and prefer to avoid meds, especially after I saved an entire (unvaccinated!) litter of 2 month old puppies from parvo with only a few antibiotic shots from them to prevent secondary infections. (In comparison, an older pup that had been vaccinated before I got her spent 8 days in ICU after being given a 10% chance).

    I also have a 2 legged child who has had reactions to vaccines. How can they continue to push these things on our kids (furry and otherwise) if just in MY family the have caused so many problems? How many kids and pets have to suffer before the insanity stops? Parvo wasn’t fun, but it was better than watching my Candy-girl suffer for nearly a year now, and those pups are stronger for their experience with it, rather than ravaged by the toxic vaccines for life!

    • admin
      Reply

      Hi Amanda:
      I’m so sorry to hear your story. It just breaks my heart that we have to put our loved ones through this. Please check out the message that I left for Tish on this same page. I offered her some advice there that would apply to your fur baby as well.

      What a great lady you are for helping that litter of pups and saving them. 😮 I definitely think you should try the advice that I gave Tish on an earlier comment; it works for many dogs! Please, please let me know if it works or if it doesn’t because this helps all of us dog owners down the road.

      Janie

      • Amanda
        Reply

        Thanks for the quick reply! But, I don’t see a Tish?

        Amanda

        • admin
          Reply

          Hi Amanda:
          There’s actually two pages to that article and you can’t see all the comments unless you go to page 2. Here’s a link for you. 😮
          https://yourolddog.com/2291/dog-vaccinations/2/

        • admin
          Reply

          Hi Amanda:
          I just happened to catch this when I was reading through some comments. I’m so sorry that I never seen your response. Anyway, my comment to “Tish” was on my page for “dog vaccinations“. It shares help for “heartworm” treatment (naturally). I apologize for the very long delay. I hope he is doing ok.

          Janie

  • RJB
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    Amanda
    i am retyping this post. My last one was lengthy. With several examples. Dish soaps of certain brands are good flea baths. Fleas breathe through their skin. I have found dusting with corn starch will smother the buggers and my dog LOVES it. It cools the skin. There is an all natural insecticide for home use called EcoSmart. It works well on some pets others it kills more slowly. But a dead bug is a dead bug.

    The same company makes a flea application for animals. It is made of natural oil. Eucalyptus, citrus and mint. I have used it for minor flea issues. It also is effective as a rodent repellant. The home version is very strong citrus odor. The pet version I think is more of a repellant than a flea killer. My dogs are large. My only problem is finding a monthly application product strong enough for them. There is a flea spray version. It will also repell rodents. They hate the odor. It is not a bad smell just strong.

    These products like BioSpot absorb into the skin. Skin is the largest organ and transdermal appication is very effective. For example the nicotine patch and pain patches. Supposedly these products are ” safe” in small amounts. Much like the supposedly safe amount of arsenic in city water.
    I killed a kitten due to a bath. Her pores were open i used an insecticide “safe” for animals. It absorbed into her skin and she died. It was not a flea powder but the label stated it was safe. I never thought of the absorption.

    Also you may try corn starch. I know of no treatment for a yard that is non poisonous. For that a feed store is cheap. But a pro would be best. I would if need be use a liquid that dries with a residual. You would have to retreat in a couple weeks. I would not use a slow release granule. I would think it could stick to their paws. Then they may lick. But for yard a pro may be best. I have successfully used a spray and allow it to dry overnight. But kept watch for signs of poison.

    Also I know a friend that during mosquito season uses a clip on off repellant. The kind that uses a fan and just clips it to the dogs collar when he goes out. This may be coincidence. But I had a Sharpei. Due to their skin issues I gave him cod liver oil. I noticed no fleas. But treating the yard is key.

    If anyone knows of a better alternative for the yard than poison tell me. It is very easy to over due the dilution. A lower dilution and an extra treatment or two worked well for me.

    • admin
      Reply

      Hi RJB:
      I wanted to share a page on our main website with you that not only includes a video that every dog owner using chemical flea treatments should watch; but also natural recommendations for the yard. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us and helping us to help others. 😮
      http://www.old-dog-treats-and-rawhide.com/flea-and-tick.html

      Janie

  • rjb
    Reply

    Thank you. This was added to my FB post. A friend that rescues cats recently lost one after a bath with a well known flea soap. I now use ®dawn dish detergent. It will kill fleas. Not quickly and it must set a bit but it does work.

    • Brenda
      Reply

      For fleas and other pests, please use diatomaceous earth (DE) — food grade — you can get a 50 lb bag at a feed store for $30 — you can also get smaller amounts at health food stores and it might be labeled phytoplankton flour or fossil shell flour. DE is safe to ingest and safe to use topically — you just don’t want to breathe it in (or for your animal to breathe it in) so be mindful of how you use and apply it. We’ve used it for at least ten years and it always works!

  • James
    Reply

    My dog was put to sleep today on Easter Sunday, 2013. He had his rabies vaccination two days ago. The day of the vaccination he had a swollen nose, and yesterday he began his rear leg paralysis. He was, however, a Miniature Dachshund, but two days after the vaccination, I had him put to sleep.

    • janie knetzer
      Reply

      Hi James:
      I’m so very sorry to hear about your dog. Size doesn’t matter, rabies vaccinations affect all sizes of dogs. Would you mind sharing how old your dog was. This had to be a pretty rough day for you. My sincere condolences.

      Janie

  • jessica
    Reply

    My 2 year old chihuahua just got her rabies vaccination done yesterday and this morning she started limping on one of her rear legs. Now she wont even try to walk she just stands still. Wont even come towards me for a treat. After reading this im afraid of what will happen to her.

    • janie knetzer
      Reply

      Hi Jessica:

      Please, tell your vet to note this in your dog’s chart that your dog is having rear end paralysis since the shot. They may want to see him.

      Don’t allow them to buffalo you or try and say that it’s from something else. Ask for an exemption of the rabies vaccine from now on.

      Read more here about exemptions and to check how your own particular state handles it, providing you live in the U.S.

      Your dog obviously had a reaction to it. Many, many dogs do! There are two things that I would do that should help and typically offer positive results. I would start him on Transfor Factors which is a high potency immune builder. I’m not sure how much he weighs, but, you can use this as a guide and continue to use for at least three months even if your dog starts to show positive results:

      40-60 lb. One capsule once daily for 3 days and increase to two capsules a day.

      60 lb.-up One capsule twice daily to be gradually increased to 3 capsules daily.

      Large Animals One capsule 2 to 3x daily

      I would also try Thuja at 30C once a day for five days. Please keep me posted Jessica on the progress over the next couple of months. We’ll get em there.

      Hope this helps.

      Janie

    • TinaL
      Reply

      My 6 year old lab mix did the same thing. Had a rabies vaccine just 6 mo after having his last due to a dog biting him. Within a few days he couldn’t walk. Things looked grim. We made him a homemade stretcher to get him to the hospital. He was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis by the neurologist. They gave him meds that had him right back up. The cost to diagnose him was under $800. We had a free exam coupon with a different vet because I wanted an unbiased opinion and they referred us to a neurologist which we immediately went there. A month in a half later I could tell he was beyond 100% recovered so we weaned him from the meds. It could have been life long, so I am happy to say he is in remission.
      TinaL

  • Annele
    Reply

    My 10 year old lab deteriorated within 5 days from being a happy healthy dog to complete paralysis. Im facing having to put him down tomorrow. Is there any alternative please or hope of recovery that someone could advise me on?

    • Brenda
      Reply

      I’m so sorry to hear this Annele, I feel for you and your boy – I’ve heard of people just treating them at home with a healthy supportive diet including enzyme supplements — and anything to support the myelin sheath. I don’t know enough about this but maybe try chelation therapy at home by feeding him cilantro? Have you spoken to a holistic vet?

      If I could go back we would have tried more than steroids and not listened to any advice from a western vet.

      Last week my parents lost their otherwise healthy six year old kitty after a feline leukemia vaccine – within hours he was in respiratory distress and his heart failed, he died in the car on the way to the ER vet.

      Animals are heavily over-vaccinated – even the rabies every three years for a dog is too much — one when they are younger is enough for a lifetime.

      If you can manage the round the clock care for your boy for now — I know it’s not easy – take him to a holistic vet as soon as you possibly can who is familiar with sudden hind leg paralysis.

    • yourolddog
      Reply

      Hi Annele:

      I wouldn’t rush into euthanasia just yet and I’m so sorry to hear about your lab.

      I would first look into the power of nutrition. I would start feeding an amazing diet that includes plenty of fresh meat and vegetables. I would look into this product here. You have to build up his immune system to amazing levels. Read my other article here where I share homeopathic remedies for the rabies vaccine reactions.

      I would do everything in your power to build his immune system super, super, super strong. This is in addition to the homeopathic remedies.

      PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE let me know how it goes.

      Janie
      YourOldDog

  • Helen
    Reply

    There is a syndrome following the use of the THREE (3) YEAR vaccine. It’s proven. Most vets know of it now. That vaccine is deadly to dogs over 8, almost every time! Others, depends on the breed. Small purebreds, Weimaraners, Huskies, Maltese, mini bull terriers, and others, but it can start within minutes or hours of the injection. It is a pseudo-rabies. The rabies actually eats the Myelin sheath off the neurons (nerves) of the CNS (central nervous system). It is an ascending paralysis so it progresses rear to front. At the point it reaches the brain, the animal will die. It can, in rare cases, be reversed. Give the dog elderberry, or other natural viricidal, vitamin C in large doses, vitamin B complex large doses, omega 3, 6, 9. Some people add CoQ10. You have to stop the virus. Tumeric is antiviral and anti-inflammatory. It’s hit and miss, and if there is reversal, it will be at LEAST THREE MONTHS. Probably longer. Then slow recovery. Most dogs are put to sleep by then.
    NEVER use the 3 year vaccine. As many confirmed deaths as it’s caused, it should have been recalled. It is an “attenuated” (live weakened) virus vaccine. The one year is a “killed” virus, and cannot become active.
    Still, a ONE YEAR vaccine will last 11 years! Instead of getting the vaccine, most vets can run a “titer” on your dog, and certify immunity, and give you a certificate for legal purposes. They are over vaccinating, and they know it, and it’s killing dogs! And…they don’t care!
    Most times, when you take the dog back, they will argue it “wasn’t the vaccine”, but maybe other vaccines your dog may have received. IT’S NOT! There is a test for that, too. Saliva. They can test that or spinal fluid, but all that isn’t necessary! STICK TO YOUR GUNS! Time is of the essence, and that week of bullshittery after they tell you it’s not the rabies vaccine, then taking the dog home on benadryl, or other nonsense for an allergic or “adverse reaction, is time you don’t get back! I have forgotten any other supplements, but the idea is KILL THE VIRUS, AND REBUILD THE MYELIN SHEATH, WHILE BOOSTING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM, AND STOPPING INFLAMMATION.
    I will look for my list of supplements, but list them below, that I can remember.
    Vitamin C
    Vitamin B complex
    Omega 3, 6, 9
    CoQ10
    An antiviral like Elderberry
    Tumeric (antiviral properties, anti-inflammatory)
    Get that dog back to the vet. Insist it was the rabies vaccine. Don’t back down. Research is available, and it’s hapoened enough they should find it!
    Good luck

    • janie
      Reply

      Hi Helen:

      Thank you very much for sharing.

      I believe (as do many holistic vets) that vaccinations are what’s causing so many health problems in our dogs. It makes perfect sense when you understand that vaccinations in humans are typically done once in a lifetime. Yet, they force the rabies vaccine on dogs every three years fully knowing that the vaccine lasts roughly 10 years.

      The only way your dog can get rabies is if it runs wild and is bit by a rabid animal. If your dog lives in doors with you and doesn’t run loose, there’s virtually little chance of that ever happening.

      It’s sickening and this ALL ABOUT MONEY!!!!! This is a topic that infuriates me.

      Thanks so very much for sharing Helen. It is greatly appreciated!

      Janie
      YourOldDog.com

  • Helen
    Reply

    Thank you. You offer so much good information. I read several other articles. My dad lost his Weimaraner. My friend, a maltese. My daughter is helping a woman with a mini-bull terrier, this actual minute. Any suggestions other than what I list, or feeding. I am not familiar with Thuja. What is it, and mg/kg dosage, and how often? please.

    • janie
      Reply

      Hi Helen:

      Thank you for your very kind words about our website.

      I would definitely look into both Thuja and Lyssin 200C for rabies vaccine reactions and prevention. Here’s a link to both where you can purchase the products Helen. I’m not affiliated with this company at all, but I’ve researched them and like what they offer. They give a phone number as well that may help.

      Will you stop back and let us know how it goes please? Also, I’m going to send you a private email too.

      Lyssin 200C
      Thuja

      I thought you might want to know that our Myelin Sheath Helen, is the best available for dogs.

      Janie

  • Helen
    Reply

    Thank you. I wasn’t even ware there were hokistic, or homeopathic vets. I am grateful for the guidance. We will see if we can save a mini-bull. Thanks, again.

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