• Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

    Just as the incidence of Autism-Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) has risen alarmingly in children over the last half century, there is evidence that similar behavioral disorders have been observed in pets, most widely reported among pet dogs. From paralysis to seizures, and from immune-mediated hemolytic anemia to injection-site fibrosarcomas, adverse reactions to vaccination are not uncommon in pets. Often attributable to annual vaccinations that some veterinarians consider totally unnecessary, vaccine reactions also may lead to allergies, skin problems, behavioral changes, and autoimmune diseases. Some of the most common behavioral changes are associated with the rabies vaccine, which is the only vaccine federally mandated for pets and must be re-administered at least every three years if not annually, depending on how the vaccine is labeled.

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  • Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

    Got cats?

    University of Florida Researchers: Tail Vaccinations in Cats Could Save Lives

    “One to 10 cats out of every 10,000 vaccinated against infectious diseases develop cancer at the vaccine injection site,” said Julie Levy, the Maddie’s Professor of Shelter Medicine at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine."

    So they're moving the injection site to the tail, because it's less traumatic to cut off a tail than a leg—the current vaccine injection site. Never mind the fact that these vaccines are causing cancer, wherever they're injected.


  • Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

    In 2007 we adopted a toy poodle/something mix from the shelter. He was around 10 lbs. They gave him 1 yr shots. The following year we took him to the vet and he got a 3 yr kennel cough and rabies. 5 hours later he had his first seizure. The seizures progressed to 2 a week in a few months. He has been on phenobarbitol ever since. I found through research that a 10 pounder is given the same dosage as a 150 pounder. It has cost us several thousand $ over the last 10 years not only for the prescriptions but also for the testing every year. Only one vet out of the 5 he has seen would admit that his brain was overstimulated from the vaccines.

  • Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

    My cats meow for no reason but maybe they're overstimulated by the absolute nothing they do all day? Could they have gotten autism from their shots?

  • Autism Symptoms in Pets Rise as Pet Vaccination Rates Rise

    Around a year and a-half ago, as I was walking my terrier chihuahua dog around the apartment complex grounds - I noticed a neighbor walking only one of her dachshunds. I asked where that dog was, and she said she had to put her down because the dog was paralyzed. She said maybe her dog's paralysis came from a fall because her dog liked to climb some furniture pieces.

    Knowing the woman was a vaxxer, I asked if the paralyzed dog had been recently vaccinated. She said yes. Prior to putting the dog into a kennel before traveling, she was required to have her dog vaccinated against kennel cough.

    The dog was paralyzed less than 48 hours after the vaccination. So I told her up front - it was probably the vaccine that caused the paralysis. That happens sometimes - GBS. She seemed confused and numb as we parted ways. I'm sure the vet didn't raise that possibility!