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A Vaccine Petition to Sign, Reasons NOT to Vaccinate

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: A Vaccine Petition to Sign, Reasons NOT to Vaccinate


A cheery hello to yourself and your furry friends.

Your words of support and prayers keep coming in.

Thanks again to EVERYONE. It does make a big difference
to know that I am part of a larger community that cares.

And as I said earlier, I’ll definitely tell you all the
results as soon as I find out.

A reader sent me a link to a new petition on Pet
Vaccines. This is the single most important health issue
facing our dogs and cats today.

First..Here is the link below is to sign petition for safer
vaccinations for our companion animals.


I wanted to give you some additional information on Dog and Cat
Vaccines, and I found some fabulous stuff at Catherine O’Driscolls
site, Canine Health Concern.

She is eminently qualified to write on this topic, and she has
authored 2 books on this topic.

‘Shock to the System’, and ‘What Vets DON’T tell
You About Vaccines’.

She is in Scotland, hence her reference to ‘America’

Here are her answers to some very common Vaccine Questions…

Q: Should I vaccinate my dog or cat every year?

A: No. There is absolutely no scientific justification for annual
vaccination. According to Dr Ronald D Schultz, head of pathobiology
at Wisconsin University, and the world’s most eminent expert on
canine and feline immunology, “once immunity to a virus exists,
it persists for years or for the life of an animal”. This fact,
supported by further duration of immunity studies, has been
accepted by veterinary bodies in America and Australia. The
consensus is that, if you wish to vaccinate your dog, then he
should have puppy shots followed by one shot after six months
of age, and then no further shots are required.
Q: I thought vaccines were safe – what are the adverse effects?

A: Inflammatory (‘itis’) diseases in dogs and cats are becoming
increasingly common, due largely to vaccines. Vaccines contain
modified live viruses; formaldehyde (a cancer-causing preservative
used to embalm corpses); mercury and aluminium salts (both toxins);
serum (blood products); and other worrying substances. The medical
and veterinary professions readily acknowledge that both humans and
animals can have allergic reactions to serum. But add all the other
components, and it’s no wonder some individuals have allergic reactions.

In addition, vaccines are often cultivated on dog and cat brains and
kidneys, on hamsters, on monkeys, and on chick embryos. If any of
these animals’ tissues are inadequately removed from the vaccine,
the patient can have a hypersensitivity reaction to them. The words
‘hypersensitivity’, ‘allergy’, and ‘inflammation’ are interchangeable.
 Sometimes the hypersensitivity reaction is so severe that the patient
must be immediately injected with adrenaline or they will die.

Because vaccines are generally injected straight into the bloodstream,
components can be carried around the body. Depending upon the animal’s
genetic predisposition, the allergic reaction could manifest as inflammation
of the brain, inflammation of the digestive system, inflammation of the bones
and joints – in fact, any of the many inflammatory conditions. This is why
scientists have written and produced scientific papers that link vaccines
in with brain damage, epilepsy, behavioural problems, colitis, arthritis,
thyroid disease, heart failure, kidney failure, cancer and more.

The practice of cultivating vaccines on animal tissue has also been called
into question. The Salk Polio vaccine illustrated the dangers of this when
it was discovered that it was contaminated with a range of monkey retroviruses.
SV40, a monkey retrovirus found in the Salk vaccine, has been found at the
cancer sites of people who received this vaccine. Worryingly, it has also
been found at the cancer sites of their children. SV40 switches off the part
of the DNA that protects from cancer.

SIV, another monkey retrovirus, was also a contaminant in the Salk vaccine.
SIV and HIV are closely related viruses, and independent scientists have
traced the emergence of AIDS to mass polio vaccination in the Belgian Congo
and amongst male homosexuals in New York who were given the vaccine in an
attempt to protect against genital herpes (however strange this might sound!).

Similarly, an avian (bird) retrovirus has been found in leukaemia patients,
and it is thought that the retrovirus came from the MMR vaccine. Distemper
and measles are virtually identical viruses, and both vaccines are cultivated
on chick embryos.

Where did parvovirus come from in the 1970s, killing thousands of dogs?
Scientists have been quoted as saying that it was a cross-species disease,
created by a vaccine manufacturer who cultivated the distemper vaccine on
cats infected with feline enteritis. The first vaccine for this new disease
was a stopgap: the feline enteritis vaccine. The disease occurred simultaneously
around the world. Naturally occurring diseases spread slowly, but vaccine
manufacturers send their products out in batches around the world, easily
creating a worldwide epidemic.

By looking at scientific data from both human and animal-based research,
we are able to say that vaccines are proven to cause inflammatory and immune-
mediated diseases. The UK vet Christopher Day observed that, where the start
date of an illness in his patients is known, around 80% of patients started
to be ill within three months of vaccination. CHC put this theory to the test
by inviting pet owners to complete a short questionnaire.

There were over 4,000 dogs in the survey. We asked, if your dog is ill, when
did he become ill in relation to the vaccine? We have been astounded by the
results so far.

91% of Ataxia cases occurred within three months of a vaccine event

81% of dogs who had tumours at their vaccine sites, first developed the
tumours within three months of being vaccinated

78.6% of dogs with encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) first
developed the condition within three months of being vaccinated

73.1% of epileptic dogs first became epileptic within three months of
being vaccinated

65.9% of dogs with colitis developed the condition within that first
three months

64.9% of dogs with behavioural problems started to be a problem within
three months of vaccination

61.5% of dogs developed liver failure within three months of being

The above figures were chosen at random from our findings to illustrate
the principle to you: vaccines may be protecting our dogs against viral
disease, but they are doing this at a very high price. If vaccination
had no bearing on subsequent illness, only 25% of dogs should become ill
in each three-month period.
Q: Is CHC saying that we should leave our dogs unprotected against horrible
diseases like distemper and parvovirus?

A: No, certainly not. In fact, we would say you should not leave your dogs
unprotected. But you can minimise the risks.

Firstly, if you choose to continue vaccinating, you could have puppy shots
and possibly the first year’s booster, and leave it at that. This is the
advice being given now by veterinary colleges in America.

Secondly, you could use the homoeopathic alternative instead. This has been
used by many breeders and show people for years. Reports indicate that
homoeopathically protected dogs are far healthier than vaccinated dogs.
There are several scientific studies showing that the homoeopathic alternative

Vaccine manufacturers are currently trying to tell us that dogs need annual
boosters against leptospirosis, which is a bacterin rather than a virus.
However, many eminent scientists say that this vaccine should actually be
withdrawn as it is not very protective, and it is the vaccine most associated
with adverse reactions.

The kennel cough virus mutates (like the flu) so you can’t guarantee
permanent immunity from the vaccine. However, scientific research has
shown that the homoeopathic nosode is more protective against kennel
cough than the vaccine – and it’s safer.
Q: My vet tells me that you are scaremongering and that I should continue
to vaccinate every year. I don’t know what to do.

A: Vets, however well-meaning, are educated in colleges that rely upon
vaccine and pharmaceutical companies for funding in the form of sponsorship,
research grants, scholarships and bursaries. Colleges are reliant upon big
business for funding, and few people are willing to bite the hand that feeds
them. Vets’ education with regard to vaccines tends to stop beyond “do it”.

Our knowledge about immunity has improved greatly over the past five years.
Some of the information coming to light about vaccines will present an
ethical and economic challenge to veterinarians. But your pet deserves to
come first, over and above any such challenges.

If your vet says annual vaccination is necessary, ask him if he has heard
of the research coming out of America, and the advice that annual vaccination
is unnecessary. If he has heard of this research, he cannot dismiss your
questions. If he has not heard of it, then he lacks the knowledge to advise.

Finally, your dog looks at you with love and trust in his eyes, not at a
stranger in a white coat. It is vitally important that you do as much as you
can to understand the facts. Please don’t do as I did and allow your dogs to
die before you discover the truth. I wish you and your animal friends many
happy and healthy years together.

P.S. The more I learn about Vaccines, the
less I want to give them.

You can read more about them in my Special
Report called ‘The Veterinary Code’

It’s at http://www.theveterinarycode.com

It’s Your Pet. Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

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One Response to “A Vaccine Petition to Sign, Reasons NOT to Vaccinate”

  1. Avatar Scott Kelly Says:
    February 12th, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    How often are rabies shots required?


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM