Suspected Lepto booster reaction

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  • #62989
    Bevers2406
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    Can I refer you to a very long blog I’ve just posted about the death of Taiga, a young Beardie from a suspected booster reaction. Lorraine the owner is very keen to have his story aired as widely as possible – hence my risking the usual abuse here!

    (http://coldwetnose.blogspot.com/2009/01/shot-in-dark.html)

    To vaccinate or not – and how frequently to boost – is a very personal choice, but Lorraine woudl like as many people as possible to be as informed as possible when making these choices.

    Taiga’s story is upsetting. He did not reach three and had a horrible death.

    regards to all my fans here(!)
    Beverley

    #85962

    I did read this and it was upsetting.  I cant imagine how it feels to not have any idea or control over the situation.  Thank doG i dont vaccinate!  🙁

    #85963
    Anonymous
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    Same here Foxy

    🙁

    #85964
    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    I am SOOO glad I dont vaccinate !!

    I feel so sorry for this dog and owner as I expect they were only following vets advice 🙁  This is exactly why we NEED dogboard to make sure we keep getting the message out there to question professionals 🙁

    RIP lovely beardie x x

    Claire x

    #85965
    Justine&Rafe
    Member

    Is Lepto one of the ones you would routinely vaccinate for??

    If so, then (having just gone through the rigmarole of reinsuring Rafe) if you don’t vaccinate OR have proof of giving your dog an alternative homeopathic “vaccination” (I know I’ve got my words wrong, but you know what I mean) then you ARE NOT COVERED by your insurance.

    So p’raps those in the know could put a link to the homeopathic alternative on here for those that choose that route?  Please…  :embarrass:

    #85966
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=Justine&Rafe link=topic=13557.msg259498#msg259498 date=1233599078]
    Is Lepto one of the ones you would routinely vaccinate for??

    If so, then (having just gone through the rigmarole of reinsuring Rafe) if you don’t vaccinate OR have proof of giving your dog an alternative homeopathic “vaccination” (I know I’ve got my words wrong, but you know what I mean) then you ARE NOT COVERED by your insurance.

    So p’raps those in the know could put a link to the homeopathic alternative on here for those that choose that route?  Please…  :embarrass:

    [/quote]

    You are not covered for things you could have a vaccination for but you are covered for everything else

    #85967
    *Lassie*
    Member
    #85968
    *Lassie*
    Member
    #85969
    Anonymous
    Guest

    hi,

    i dont vacc or use a replacement so i am not covered for illnesses that they usually vac for.  i take responsibility to pay if they need it or if they die from vacc illnesses.  my choice as i dont want vacc induced immune failure – its usually a life of terrible pain and suffering.

    claire.

    #85970
    Justine&Rafe
    Member

    Good stuff, ta for clarifying!

    And ta for linkies too!

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