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Sydney Morning Herald August 1, 2009

Vets dogged by criticism over vaccinations 

Alabama Committee Votes for 3-Year Rabies Vaccine Huntsville Times March 26, 2009


MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- "A state Senate committee has approved a bill that would allow pet owners to get their dogs and cats vaccinated for rabies every three years instead of annually."
Wichita City Council Overhauls Animal Codes  3/11/09 Wichita Eaglehttp://www.kansas.com/news/story/728918.html by SUZANNE PEREZ TOBIAS
"• Require rabies vaccinations every three years -- instead of every year -- for dogs, cats and ferrets."
February 26, 2009 ABC 33/40 Yearly Rabies Shots Necessary?
"The senate also gave final legislative approval to House Bill 1274 by Rep. Pam Adcock, D-Little Rock, which would modernize the state’s rabies vaccination laws.  Under the bill, rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats would be required every three years, rather than every year under current law."

Rabies Challenge Fund. org

July 2, 2007 Newsday: Rabies vaccine research may save some pain "We did it!" she said. "The rabies trials are on!"

Mar/Apr Issue Spaniel Journal: "Are We Overvaccinating our Pets?"
Dec/Jan Issue Animal Wellness Magazine: Is Your Dog/Cat Getting Too Many Rabies Shots? 
"Science of Vaccine Damage" by Catherine O'Driscoll
June 16, 2006 - Press Publications: "Are our pets being over-vaccinated?"
June 10, 2006 -

Charolette Observer: Vaccine maker recalls rabies doses Veterinarians to notify pet owners about shots

Kansas City.com: Vaccinated dog gets rabies, so certain doses are recalled

Rabvac3 Recall " Rabvac 3 is a killed virus vaccine
for the vaccination of healthy dogs, cats and horses against rabies."


May 12, 2006 - Washington Post:
Vioxx Debate Echoed in Battle Over Dog Drugs

Vet Legislation!

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Send letters, emails, make phone calls and lets get in going in EVERY state!

From the EPA: "Read the Label First!"

4/3/06: Newsday.com: Annual vaccinations may harm your pet
Inoculating your dog annually sometimes can do more harm than good. Experts say it's best to customize a program for your pet.
Petition: Safer Vaccinations for Companion Animals

The Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation (http://www.kerryblues.info) has generously donated $5,000 to The Rabies Challenge Fund, which was established to raise money to finance concurrent 5 and 7 year rabies vaccine challenge studies in the United States. It is spearheaded by world-renowned vaccine research scientist and practicing veterinary clinician, Dr. W. Jean Dodds of California, and pet vaccine disclosure advocate, Kris L. Christine of Maine. The Kerry Blue donation was announced by the Foundation’s President, John Van den Bergh.

“As an educational organization, we are happy to be able to fund a study that will finally shed some light on vaccination research,” says Van den Bergh. He believes that by supporting The Rabies Challenge study, “We will have the ammunition to talk to legislators to bring the law in line with science.”

PA: Client Information Sheets - - Comments Regarding Draft 16A-5721
(Veterinarian) Professional Conduct

Class Action Lawsuit! Chicago lawfirm of Childress Duffy Goldblatt, Ltd. Announcement!

"Shock to the System" by Catherine O'Driscoll

NOW AVAILABLE! Sequel to "What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines"


Kennebec Journal - Data on pet vaccine duration available
Lincoln County Weekly article by Aaron Miller: Rep. Peter Rines Introduces Vaccine Disclosure Law
Lincoln County News article by Kay Liss Hearing on Pet Vaccine Disclosure Forms Draws a Big Crowd
Capital Weekly article by Michelle Pronovost Woman on A Mission



How/Where to report a possible reaction to a Vaccine:

Adverse reactions to vaccines for animals should be reported to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Inspection Service, Center for Veterinary Biologics -- (800) 752-6255. This is a link to their Home Page on reporting ADEs to biologic products, including vaccines --






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