Dog Vaccination Schedule ~ Dosage and Dog Health Risks

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Dog Vaccination ScheduleYour dog vaccination schedule is reviewed when you and millions of responsible dog owners bring your dog to your local veterinarian for your dog’s annual wellness visit.  Over the years, most dog owners leave it up to their vet to make the decision on what vaccines are necessary and how often their dog should be vaccinated, however there is not enough attention paid to serious side effects which can permanently harm your dog’s health from over-vaccinating.

This short video with Margaret Ditty and her dog, Cricket, gives you all the information you need to ask more questions about your dog’s next shot so you can keep your dog healthy.

Your Dog Vaccination Schedule: 3 Key Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian

Dog Vaccination ScheduleYou’ll hear Margaret Ditty’s gripping story about her Chihuahua named Cricket in the interview below.  Margaret is the founder of Pet Parents Fighting GME.  If you own a toy breed, your dog is more prone to this disease, however no breed is exempt. 

3 Key Questions to Ask:

  1. Does my dog need this vaccination?
  2. Is the dosage safe for my dog’s breed, size and age?
  3. Can I have a titer test to determine if my dog needs this vaccination?

Cricket’s disease, Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis (GME) is an inflammatory auto-immune disease that affects her central nervous system.

Margaret Ditty and Cricket on Dog Health News TV

You can go to Pet Parents Fighting GME for more information and also read Cricket’s story to get further details.

This news brief about your dog vaccination schedule helps you to ask more questions about vaccines and consider alternative ways to care for your dog’s health.  Margaret Ditty’s story about Cricket shows you one dog out of millions who suffer from the results of too many vaccines, incorrect dosage of vaccines and medications, and lack of information about symptoms.  Awareness of symptoms related to dog health illnesses along with fast action might save your dog’s life.

Dog Vaccination ScheduleShare this article and interview with your friends and family or anyone you feel would benefit from Cricket’s story so they can help protect their dog from chronic health diseases like GME.  You can always depend on the best dog health strategies from Dog Health News.

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  1. I trust my vet a lot, so I leave all of this to her, which is a relief
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    • Vets are trained to vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate. It is your responsibility to educate yourself, question your vet and do what is best for your dog.

      • Hello Rhonda…. Your comment is much appreciated to spread awareness to all dog owners about the importance of being an advocate for your dog’s health. Asking “why” and understanding the risks and benefits are critical for humans and dogs to survive and have a quality life. I hope you will stay in touch with Dog Health News in the future…. Thank you, Roberta

      • Touchee Rhonda Bailey I couldn’t agree with you more!

  2. So did I and look what they did to my Cricket she is now fighting for her life from an auto immune disease. Did you ask your vet if they give your dog a size appropriate dose? If the answer is “no” run! Does your vet require you to re-vaccinate your dog each and every year? If the answer is “yes” run even harder to a holistic vet.
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  3. https://youtu.be/1j4ZGfAJ2Jk The truth about pet vaccines by Dr. Karen Becker!
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  4. Dolores Mosel says:

    Dolores Estela Seguí Mosel well, my dog died two months later after he was shot on the head with the rabies vaccine, that night he had convulsions and could not breath two months later the vet said he had lymphoma, which it was not possible – he was very healthy before the shot!

    • Dolores…. I’m saddened by your story about your dog’s death after receiving a rabies vaccination shot. Thank you for sharing this information with us on Dog Health News. It would be helpful to know the breed and age of your dog if you don’t mind taking the time to write back. All the best to you and thanks again for letting us know so other dog owner’s can take better care of their dogs. Roberta.

  5. My husband and I are thinking about adopting a dog, and I want to make sure that it will be as healthy and happy as possible. It didn’t even cross my mind that vaccinations would be so important. I’m glad that you mentioned talking with a vet about the dosages and if it is safe for the size of a dog. We just want to make sure that the vaccination helps the dog, and is just right for its size.

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