Make an Informed Decision on Your Pet’s Behalf
Our pets’ bodies are equipped with a very sophisticated array of innate immunological mechanisms. These immune functions are specifically designed to defend against pathogenic exposures to the skin, nose, respiratory system, mouth, and digestive tract. All are common pathways through which potentially harmful microbes must pass before they have the opportunity to become infectious. These organ systems work in concert to identify incoming pathogenic threats and either neutralize and/or create effective defenses against them.
However, most all pet vaccines administered by vets are done so via subcutaneous injection. This means that such shots deliver viruses, which are pathogenic materials, along with other toxins directly through the skin into the body’s underlying tissues. This unnaturally forces these substances to bypass some of the body’s most important and effective natural defense systems.
This circumvention and short circuiting of the immune system can trigger chronic autoimmune disorders. This includes the kind of ongoing inflammatory response present in conditions such as IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), arthritis, skin rashes and others.