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[Podcast 53] Vaccine controversy, Laryngeal Paralysis, French Bulldog Risks

By Dr. Andrew Jones

Hello and Welcome to the Veterinary Secrets Podcast!

This is episode 53

In today’s episode I am going to talk about vaccines- should or shouldn’t you? Plus The current ‘vaccine controversy’ here in BC. Laryngeal paralysis in dogs- what is it and how best to naturally treat. What you need to know about this increasingly common breed..French Bulldog.

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Topics: Dog Health, Pet Care, Pet health | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “[Podcast 53] Vaccine controversy, Laryngeal Paralysis, French Bulldog Risks”


  1. Avatar Nikki Pogorzelski Says:
    May 18th, 2018 at 4:55 am

    My cats are indoor cats. Out of 4 cats, 2 will escape when the dogs go out but we are able to get them right back inside.
    Last year our oldest cat had a tumor removed. Our vet said it was vaccination sarcoma. Should we get the cats vaccinated for anything? Can the dogs bring anything inside that will affect the cats? Will the sarcoma return?
    Thank you, Nikki Pogorzelski.

  2. Avatar Russel Says:
    July 15th, 2018 at 7:18 am

    Nikki, I think it’s better to get your cats vaccinated than to not. Yes there is a risk of vaccine-related cancers but the risk of cancer is lower than the risk of things like rabies. I’m also pretty sure there are vaccination methods that don’t carry the cancer risk so you might look into that. It’s been a while since I read about it so I can’t remember what they are.

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