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A local Ohio news station is now taking the helm on investigating potential deadly pet vaccine effects after thousands of pet owner launch claims. The claims include numerous side-effects, including that of cancer, auto-immune diseases, and tumor growth.
Pet owner Mary Zalewski claims that pet vaccines killed her dog, Bently, according to the report.
“He suddenly blew up. He gained 10 pounds. I’m like, ‘What’s happening?’ We didn’t change his food,” she said. “The fact that we kept having all these things kind of added on top of each other, so it was kind of like what else could it be?”
For dogs in Ohio, the state mandates that they receive a rabies vaccine every few years. The state encourages both distemper and parvo every few years, but officially they are not mandated by law. Still, many pet owners, such as Zalewski, follow state guidelines as a manner of trust and safety. Interestingly, Zalewski claims if kids received this many vaccines, she’d be questioning the circumstances. I’m not sure when the last time she looked over a child’s vaccine schedule may have been, however.
“I wouldn’t pummel my kid every year with these. I would be questioning,” Zalewski said.
In the article, a veterinarian named John Robb, claims the issue stems from “over-vaccination.”
“These animals – they’re so sick. And they suffer so much. And we’re doing it to them for money. It doesn’t have to be that way.”
Robb says he isn’t against vaccines, but if the pet vaccine world is anything like the human one, he’ll be labeled by the mob nonetheless.
“It can be done appropriately. What that means is you have to inject the proper volume,” he adds.
This all kind of sounds eerily familiar, does it not?
“Does that make sense to you?” Zalewski said. “Because that little one’s gonna take a hit. They’re doing it repeatedly, blindly, every 3 years, and some every year. The dogs don’t have a chance.”
Does this sound familiar?
“It’s not required by law they be reported. And the last thing [veterinarians] want to be guilty of is giving something medically that injures their patients. So they deny it. They claim it’s something else.” stated Doctor Robb.
Interesting, to say the least.
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