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Old 01-22-2013, 03:08 PM
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Oh yes, my crazy rant on vaccines, lol.


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I am glad you posted this! I have been debating about Jaxxs boosters because they are due.

I have always just gave my dogs in the past their boosters every year because I thought it was the right thing to do. Although after reading many posts on here and researching I am not so sure of that anymore.

Since Jaxx has a bald spot that could be from his vaccines last year I am scared that he could have a worse reaction this year.

I have a question though. I assume titers are just blood tests to show that they still have the immunities in their system. Will that be enough for the county, for rabies, and for boarding and grooming places to prove he doesn't need the vaccines?
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:43 PM
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We had Odie's 1 year boosters done, except for rabies, which is not required by law here. We plan on doing titers from now on and will only get a rabies booster if we travel with her.


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Old 01-22-2013, 05:15 PM
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I look forward to hearing about that Michele. I'm not sure what do when it comes time for our boosters and I'd be interested to hear about the situation in the UK. My mum never had our dog's boosters done but I think that was probably more through laziness and not wanting to spend money than actual knowledge though.
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Melissa ,Dotties are due next month and this talk isn't till May ,she has a book on Amazon that i think i will read first and see my vet if she does Titres.I know when i had Dottie done i said i hate having her done with her problems, she just gave her a tiny amount and not all of it ????? i found a lovely vet now.We never had our dogs done when i was young(long time ago ) and they used to go out walking on their own and come back when they were ready.
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The only thing I make sure my dogs get yearly is the rabies vaccine because we live in an area that it is common.
We don't vaccinate our children either We're all about keeping the body as chemical free as possible...our pets are our family so we treat them as we treat the children
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