Early this autumn, on September 17, 2012 my husband and I put to his final rest our fifteen month old Great Dane puppy, Meshach. He was entirely naturally reared but nevertheless he still died as a result of over-vaccination even though he was never vaccinated. Because we have wrought so much damage to generations of domestic animals with the idea that we can protect every single one with repeated and multiple injections that bypass the body’s natural defenses, all of our pets are now suffering from vaccinosis (and now wild animals also thanks to vaccine baits). The damage is cumulative and passed on more distorted and weakened with each subsequent generation. Therefore, my new year’s resolution is to continue to educate on the dangers of vaccines with renewed vigor and passion.
Until more people are aware that unnatural foods in the form of GMO-laden commercial, processed junk fed their beloved pets as food from a bag or can; that pesticides slathered on pets under the guise of pest control prevention is nothing more than poison; that injections under the guise of health care delivery are merely a form of disease vectoring; and that ALL of it collectively causes grave harm and suffering while the cartel (veterinary profession, pharmaceutical companies, pet food industry, et al) literally makes a killing in both lives and income, then I resolve to continue sharing the truth with those ready and willing to hear and heed it.
Minimal vaccines are not the problem. ANY vaccine is the problem; one vaccine is over-vaccination.
Vaccines are NOT immunizations. They are NOT protective. They ARE neurotoxins which vector disease. Here is a quote by the http://www.ChalkboardCampaign.com about neurotoxins:
“Neurotoxins cause brain damage in EVERYONE. The extent is the only variable.”
You never know the extent of the damage or how that damage will present in your pet. It’s not a matter of if it will present, it is always only a matter of when and to what extent it will present. With my Meshach, the extent was great and fatal. He had all the symptoms of rabies vaccinosis except aggression (he was the sweetest, kindest, gentlest dog I ever had the pleasure to share my life with), even though he had never been vaccinated but his ancestry had all been vaccinated, repeatedly. Meshach started having grand mal seizures at the onset of puberty in his eighth month of life. I was stunned to see him going through this. He was naturally reared but only first generation. That doesn’t mean first generation dogs won’t be healthy, it just means that the damage to his line of Danes is severe with the many vaccines they have received. His dam received minimal vaccines but at this point in this line of dogs, one is always going to be one too many.
Please keep in mind that there isn’t room within the scope of this article to share Meshach’s full story – that will be for the book I hope to write on him one day. But the point I am trying to make he was the victim of vaccine damage also improper nourishment in the form of passed on weakened DNA of generations of kibble-fed animals. However, the veterinary community is reluctant to face all of this; they are dragging their heels because it is far too lucrative to keep things just as they are. In addition, the indoctrination through their training has been thorough.
However there is hope for those willing to buck the system and do the right thing for the animals. A dear veterinarian friend of mine (who will remain anonymous) recently said this to me “Your support over the years has given me confidence and helped me to unlearn many things, many things that needed to be unlearned. By the way, during my days in practice, I did not stress vaccinations and very, very rarely did I give booster shots and only then when I was asked to do it. Somehow I questioned the value of vaccinations without being able to explain or defend my thinking. Fortunately, I am no longer in practice and so this is not a problem I have to deal with.”
It is going to be up to pet owners to change this and it can start by NOT asking your veterinarian to give boosters as my friend stated was the case when administering boosters!
The veterinarians I took Meshach to considered seizures a common and normal occurrence but neither of them connected the dots to vaccines. In fact, the contrary, they thought it was my fault since I had not vaccinated him. As my friend Dr. Aleksandra Mikic, fellow natural animal health professional, and author of How to Immunize Your Dog Without Vaccines says, they are only taught to memorize the dots not how to connect them.
Meshach was cared for entirely naturally until later in the game when he began having breakthrough seizures. We did not keep him on the drugs all the time – only during cluster seizures. He received ALL natural care in the form of chiropractic, massage, essential oils, herbs/herbal tonics, and supplementation. These things would help initially and then he’d begin with breakthrough seizures as his incidents continued to escalate. He could not go outside in any heat or play with any dogs for any length of time without that those became triggers for his seizures. We were blessed to have a few weeks with nothing more than petit mal and focal seizures almost daily for which we are grateful as he was pretty pain-free during that time and grew in stature and strength, as well as had time to enjoy life and be a dog. Nevertheless that is not a healthy or normal state. It might be common in veterinary medicine today but nothing about it is healthy or normal.
On Meshach’s last day of life, he was having grand mal and cluster seizures constantly. Nothing we did holistically or conventionally was stopping them or relieving his intense pain (which he showed us through his constant whining and pawing at his head).
Consider that the only treatment conventional medicine can offer is toxins in the form of drugs. They continue to increase them until your pet is no longer themselves but eventually a zombie that now will eventually have liver disease due to the damage the drugs cause. You can see a neurosurgeon that may or may not be able to do anything. And then there is one last option: euthanasia.
That said, there are many animals that are indeed helped with natural methods. Many can be helped if the vaccines are stopped and they are fed a raw diet. Those are the two main things. Of course in Meshach’s case that wasn’t going to “fix” him because the problem is in his line from so much vaccine/kibble damage that it will now take several generations of natural rearing to turn that line around. But it can be done. And that is what my resolution is all about: helping others to realize that there is hope if we start now. And we start by natural rearing ALL of our animals beginning right now.
Remember, the suffering begins with an injection and ends with an injection. One vaccine per any generation nowadays is over-vaccination. That is how much damage we have done to our beloved pets through the use of vaccines.
I am glad we managed Meshach primarily with natural alternatives so he could live out his days with some quality of life. Please note that what may work for one dog, will not for another. Each is an individual and we need to remember that. I wished what I had done HAD worked for Meshach…I REALLY do as my husband and I really miss our sweet, kind, loving boy.
As I said previously, Meshach was not vaccinated. I don’t believe he would have lived one day if he had been vaccinated due to the vaccine damage lurking in his body. He suffered from inherited vaccinosis. But you will most likely not hear a veterinarian tell you that or even admit that it is a possibility…unless it is a holistic veterinarian who is on board with sharing the truth about vaccines like Patricia Jordan, DVM. She has stated many times that no studies have been done on the effects to the genome by vaccines.
If we continue to think that over-vaccination is merely too many vaccines administered to our pets rather than one vaccine in their lifetime administered being one too many, then one day we won’t have to worry over this as there will be no more pets to consider. Never forget that the damage is cumulative.
“The only safe vaccine is one that is never used. No vaccine can be proven safe before it is given to children“. ~Statements by the late James A. Shannon, while serving as Director of the US National Institutes of Health.
And not to animals either I might add!
I will close today with a quote by Aleksandra Mikic from her book, How to Immunize Your Dog Without Vaccines, which I highly recommend:
“By vaccinating every individual animal and not allowing it to develop its own immunity, we are effectively preventing the passing of the immunity to the future generations. A vaccine is always made from the most virulent form of the virus since pharmaceutical companies jump on the wagon as soon as the disease appears and the level of fear is at its highest. While in nature this virus would have mutated into a less virulent form, it does not do so in the vaccine. Generations of animals are therefore injected with the worst form of the virus and stripped of their natural immune response which would have been passed onto subsequent generations. What is passed forward instead is deformed DNA, and the destruction of the species must ensue. Vaccinated mothers do not pass on herd immunity, which then puts pups in greater danger of contracting disease while they are very young. By attempting to save the individual animal, we are effectively destroying the species. A healthy species is able to survive without human interference and we are taking that ability away from our animals.”
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Copyright 2012 Aspenbloom, Dr. Kim Bloomer, All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the Author/Publisher. This article is intended to be educational. However, it is not intended to be a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a qualified animal health professional. Dr. Kim Bloomer and Aspenbloom Pet Care, do not assume any legal responsibility for misuse of the products discussed in this article.
[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]https://aspenbloompetcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/schatzie_me_king_2014_2.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Kim Bloomer, V.N.D., N.D. is an animal naturopath as well as being certified in small animal nutrition, with years of experience in animal wellness. Dr. Kim is a published author, writer, blogger, host of the Animal Talk Naturally podcast. Copyright 2018 Aspenbloom Pet Care, Dr. Kim Bloomer, All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the Author/Publisher. This article is intended to be educational. However, it is not intended to be a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a qualified animal health professional. Dr. Kim Bloomer and Aspenbloom Pet Care, do not assume any legal responsibility for misuse of the products discussed in this article.[/author_info] [/author]
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