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Vaccines: The Gateway To Allergies

Discussion in 'Doberman Health and News Articles' started by strykerdobe, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. strykerdobe

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    Very good Read from Dogs Naturally Magazine

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    Vaccines: The Gateway To Allergies!


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    Itching, redness, allergies, eczema and yeast infections!


    If the any of the above sounds like your dog, you're among plenty of other frustrated dog owners.


    The crazy thing is, most people don’t believe that these symptoms can be caused by vaccinations. (And symptoms can even appear months after your dog's been vaccinated!)


    In today’s post, Dr Ed Bassingthwaighte breaks down the series of unfortunate events that can come after your dog's been vaccinated.


    He’ll show you:


    • The difference between natural exposure and vaccine exposure
    • How vaccines trigger reactions
    • Why inflammation is important to healing
    • A list of allergic reactions to watch for
    • His own case example
    • How to help your vaccine-injured dog


    Click here to read todays article >>



    (Don't miss our post next week.. it's all about allergies... you'll want to keep this guide to refer back too!)
     
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