What Vets Don’t Tell You About Vaccines
Are vaccinations killing our pets?
When this book, originally titled Who Killed the Darling Buds of May? was first published in 1997, it started a grass-roots movement of dog lovers which has resulted in the overhaul of vaccination protocols throughout the US and the UK. Catherine O'Driscoll, prompted by the early death of two beloved dogs, went to work to find what happened to her companions. Driven as only a bereaved pet owner can be, she located and analysed volumes of veterinary research that pointed to over-vaccination as a cause of a multitude of canine ills including early death. Since that time she has worked tirelessly to bring the subject of over-vaccination of companion animals to the public's awareness. What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines, shares the author's startling findings and the conclusions she drew from her research which have helped transform the way we vaccinate our companion animals.
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Praise for What Vets Don’t Tell You About Vaccines
All pet owners and parents should read this! A very good book that tells you what they don't want you to know! I was shocked! Very interesting. Dude
A fascinating book about a fascinating subject. Every dog owner should read this book, then we wouldn't have so many early unexplained deaths of dogs in their prime. Amazon customer
Top knowledge here. I sort of 'knew' of the risks, but now I can fully understand why dogs should never be 'over-vaccinated'. This book is a 'must read' for anyone sitting on the vaccination fence. Easy to read, well researched and very well written. Wish I'd read it when it was first published. I could have saved my little pack a shed load of allergies and other autoimmune conditions. Shootingstar Laura
Most of the "dog" books I have read have been rehashes of each other with really only a change of pictures. This book is different. It is written by a fearless pen, uninfluenced as are many of the dog publications by considerations of revenue from advertising. It is a book every dog owner should read. You may not arrive at the same conclusions as does the author, but at least you will have seen a complete picture, not one presented by those who stand to gain from a lack of understanding on your part. I found the book exceptionally pleasurable to read as the author one minute rushes in like the sea, on waves of emotion, then withdraws into a cool, scientific area where you can discover the well-researched facts about vaccinations. Amazon customer