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Actually, for any allergic reaction to occur, there first has to be an exposure to the allergen. Anytime after that, whether it be the second or millionth exposure, an allergic reaction can occur.
Add in cross-reactions - reactions that occur to any allergen in a group of allergens, life gets complicated. For instance, if you are allergic to lytex, you will probably react to bananas. Strange combinations, but the truth.
No the reactions aren't really considered allergic, the vaccine basically goes into the immune system and moves things around but it has been found that each time they are vaccinated the mild inflammatory effects cause autoimmune damage, read the thread it's called connections between vaccination and serious health issues.

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thanks. I'll be researching it but not tonight. My brain is fried.
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I am sure glad Ky is better now. Honestly we stopped the vaccines once our furbabies were older. From 10 years of age on. But also, we did not have puppies in the house, they were mostly at home or at the cabin so I just did not see the need.
I do wonder if there is something in the vaccines. Has anything changed? Honestly I just sat down with DH and we have never seen these problems before. Is it the dog breeding, the food, the vaccines. Our Jack was a mutt - poor thing he probably had one of the worst breedings and he had Lupus on top of it and still lived to be close to 16.


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I am sure glad Ky is better now. Honestly we stopped the vaccines once our furbabies were older. From 10 years of age on. But also, we did not have puppies in the house, they were mostly at home or at the cabin so I just did not see the need.
I do wonder if there is something in the vaccines. Has anything changed? Honestly I just sat down with DH and we have never seen these problems before. Is it the dog breeding, the food, the vaccines. Our Jack was a mutt - poor thing he probably had one of the worst breedings and he had Lupus on top of it and still lived to be close to 16.
Yea so far there hasn't been enough research on vaccination but of the evidence there is much of it shows that the immunity lasts 7 + years for core vaccines. Considering the rabies challenge is in year 5 and still not complete, this most likely means that the dogs are still immune after 5 years


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I'm just catching up for the day - quite the day you had Joyce! Glad she's ok.

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I am sure glad Ky is better now. Honestly we stopped the vaccines once our furbabies were older. From 10 years of age on. But also, we did not have puppies in the house, they were mostly at home or at the cabin so I just did not see the need.
I do wonder if there is something in the vaccines. Has anything changed? Honestly I just sat down with DH and we have never seen these problems before. Is it the dog breeding, the food, the vaccines. Our Jack was a mutt - poor thing he probably had one of the worst breedings and he had Lupus on top of it and still lived to be close to 16.
I think the breeding plays a very small role and its just an excuse for the reduced quality in diet and vaccines, I think they play pretty equal roles, I had 2 dogs a golden retriever that lived to be 16 Afew allergies and arthritis and hip dusplatia was vaccinated as a pup only, switched to raw diet when he was 2 when we adopted him, no diseases not a health problem except for the originals which drastically improved after switching , died in sleep at 16, and a Tibetan mastiff, never vaccinated, fed raw whole life, lived to 18 died in sleep, only issues were a root canal, and Afew bite wounds from an attack from another dog (probably saved my life) and some limited mobility after an injured elbow at 17. I'm sure many regularly vaccinated dogs have had results too, quite frankly, the risks of distemper and parvovirus are too high and too serious to ignore so I'm gonna get tuco 2 sets of puppy vaccines and his 1 year one fore lifetime immunity


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oh my gosh Joyce, how scary! Good thing you noticed it right away and took her right in. I hope she's feeling better soon.

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I'm just seeing this right now. Vaccine reactions are so scary. Glad Ky's feeling better!

Lucy had a reaction, too. High, high fever and very, very lethargic. She was so sick. And it was to a vaccine I had told them not to give her, (long story). Chance and Lucy only get rabies and that's only because it's required by law.

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