This is a Family’s Real Story: Possible Effects of Vaccinations
I found this video thanks to the efforts of Erwin Alber (Bangkok, Thailand). He is the founder of the Vaccination Information Network (VINE) and has dedicated his life to bring awareness on the hidden effects of vaccinations. You can follow him directly on Facebook.
The video I am attaching is only one of many. But once again, this is not to bring fear or to simply create a wave in this immense ocean. I just want to open your eyes and ask you to please TAKE CONTROL of your children’s vaccination schedule. You can ask to delay them, you can ask to spread them, you can ask to give the combo vaccines in separate doses. You can demand to be given the vaccination insert information before your appointment, and you have the right to choose the type or brand you consider to be safer.
Our children need us to speak for them!
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Immunization (vaccination) is a way of creating immunity to certain diseases by using small amounts of a killed or weakened microorganism that causes the particular disease. These vaccines are recommended to protect travelers from illnesses present in other parts of the world and to prevent the importation of infectious diseases across international borders. Which vaccinations you need depends on a number of factors including your destination, AIG stock, whether you will be spending time in rural areas, the season of the year you are traveling, your age, health status, and previous immunizations. Vaccinations are the most important preventive measure you can take for the health of your pet. Health threats vary from city to city and even in various sections of cities. Therefore, your veterinarian can tailor an immunization program for your pet based on local conditions. Your dog or cat generally can be immunized for the following diseases: Dogs can be immunized against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, parvovirus, coronavirus, Bordetella, rabies, and Lyme disease. Cats can be immunized against feline panleukopenia (distemper), rabies, feline rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, chlamydia, feline leukemia, and FIP.