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Over-vaccination, low thyroid and behavioral problems

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I received Patty’s records from a vet who saw her earlier this year. At that time, she had a loving home, but her behavior- anxiety, and aggression- caused her owner to eventually give her to someone who only kept her a month and then she was once again dumped at the Austin shelter. It turns out the vet saw her multiple  times because of the behavior problems. She needed thyroid testing. He put her on PSYCHE DRUGS! Hundreds of dollars later, Patty was no better. To make it worse, after she was again dumped at the shelter, the shelter again vaccinated her for rabies, because they keep no records. They did not know that they had already vaccinated her in April of this year. Over-vaccination can cause a myriad of problems, including thyroid disease. Untreated low thyroid dogs are at risk and should not be vaccinated until their thyroid is treated, and then they should be vaccinated as little as possible.

WHY ARE VETS NOT TESTING THYROID FUNCTION IN DOGS WITH BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS?

8 of our current 10 dogs were not diagnosed properly until they came here. This is inexcusable and unacceptable.

http://www.itsfortheanimals.com/DODDS-BEHV-THYROID.HTM

The most accurate and inexpensive testing is done by Dr. Dodds/ Hemopet/ Hemolife

http://www.hemopet.org

Vaccinations:

http://www.mardot.org/new-vaccination-recommendations.html

PLEASE, do not expect your vet to know this information. You must take control and make sure your dog is tested/diagnosed and treated properly.

Patty- poster dog for veterinary incompetence and malpractice

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Comments

  1. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    I am going to your link now. Thank you!

  2. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    VERY INTERESTING! Appreciate it. Will share.

  3. CJ says:

    Thank you so much for that insightful info. Maybe some of those vets belong here; http://www.freewebs.com/robbervets/index.htm

  4. Sue Steiner says:

    Thank You Catherine for sharing this information!

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