Safe vaccination in pets requires a strong immune system where the animal is able to mount an immune response confirmed by antibodies in their blood…

Animals with a weak immune system may not be able to develop a protective response to vaccines, even when they are given in therapeutic doses and schedules. Rabies is the only vaccine that is required by law throughout the world. Antibody measurements done through a blood test allow us to determine if an animal has antibodies and is protected. We use this as a guide in the safe administration of the Rabies vaccine.

BICOM bioresonance therapy strengthens an animal’s immune system so that they can mount an appropriate protective response to vaccines they are given. The Bicom is also used to test whether the vaccine is okay for the pet and to neutralize side effects after giving the vaccine.

Vaccination Protocol

  • Nursing from a healthy mother is recommended as long as possible
  • Do not vaccinate before the puppy/kitten is 8 weeks old
  • Limit to one or two basic vaccinations as a puppy:
    • Distemper
    • Adenovirus (Hepatitis)
    • Parvovirus (Parainfluenza)
  • A blood antibody titer check should be done to confirm protection (earliest 3 weeks after vaccination)
  • Rabies must be administered as required by law
  • NEVER vaccinate a sick animal or an animal loaded with parasites
  • If possible, do not vaccinate an animal while under general anesthesia

The topic of vaccination in pets is controversial.

  • Evidence of disease incidence (of every type) in the weeks and months following vaccination
  • Rabies is the only vaccines that is required by law
  • If buying a puppy or kitten from a breeder/store, certain additional vaccines are required

Dr. Ronald Schultz, PhD (he has worked for all vaccine companies in USA)

“Annual revaccination provides no benefit and may increase the risk for adverse reactions. The percentage of vaccinated animals (those vaccinated only as puppies) protected from clinical disease after challenge with canine distemper virus, canine parvovirus and canine adenovirus in the study was greater than 95%.”