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Why Say NO to the Bordetella Vaccine

Updated: Aug 5, 2023

Find out why you should consider not giving the bordetella vaccine.



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Diana Wong
Diana Wong
Jan 31, 2023

Thank you so much, you literally answered all my questions and concerns about bordetella and what to do, thanks for sending me this link. I appreciate all these educational clips. I'm more knowledgeable and it's good to know this vs just hearing conventional vets telling me all vaccine are good. Don't worry we rarely have issue vaccinating. It's best yearly vaccinations though they do know about getting titer test but they don't offer it, they push for vaccine, very strange cuz titer is more expensive. Thank you Dr Jeff. I love these clips and that webinar I was fortunate to attend with you and your guest.


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F H
F H
Jan 30, 2023

When I was nursing human patients in hospital and nothing was prescribed for a cough, we’d mix honey and butter. The butter seemed to coat the throat longer, than a liquid dose. dogs love the butter component as well. unfortunately, the training facilities here all want the dogs to have Bordetella shots. I’m very grateful to you for having these interesting speakers and opening our minds to alternatives.

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The butter is a good idea. Thanks.

For the training places, you can try a waiver.

Here is a good article on it (read the part about how well vaccines work)

https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/bordetella-does-your-dog-really-need-the-kennel-cough-vaccine/


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Lindmar Kerries
Lindmar Kerries
Jan 30, 2023

My Kerry female, age 3, came down with Kennel Cough from being a model at a grooming competition. Vet vaccinated her for Bordetella. Happy to listen to this. Thank you.

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Was she vaccinated just before and did the vaccine cause it?

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