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01-10-2014 08:01 PM
My5dogs
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No have family in Leesburg and Orlando. I am in Panama City Beach. We do spend a lot of time in Orlando now, 4 kids and all


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Very nice!! It's ok here I guess


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01-10-2014 08:05 AM
Creeden6 No have family in Leesburg and Orlando. I am in Panama City Beach. We do spend a lot of time in Orlando now, 4 kids and all


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01-09-2014 11:51 AM
My5dogs
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You are in Leesburg? Used to spend a lot of time down there, beautiful lakes in the area! Hope the new vet is working out better for you!


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We live in Clermont like 15 mins away. Do you live nearby?
01-09-2014 11:47 AM
Creeden6 You are in Leesburg? Used to spend a lot of time down there, beautiful lakes in the area! Hope the new vet is working out better for you!


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01-09-2014 10:13 AM
My5dogs
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Originally Posted by Momto2GSDs View Post
For a vet like THAT????? RUN..... don't walk to the nearest exit!

Ya done good!

Let me know if you want a list of Registered Holistic vets in your state and/or close by state. If your dog has any type of health issues, a Holistic vet can help you get a Rabies exemption.

Moms
I went with animal clinic of leesburg. We live in Clermont Fl. Orlando is main city though.


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01-08-2014 10:16 AM
Momto2GSDs
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It's funny I asked my vet awhile back about titers. She said they don't do titers lol. Wow. We have found a new vet so I am hoping they do it...thank you!!
For a vet like THAT????? RUN..... don't walk to the nearest exit!

Ya done good!

Let me know if you want a list of Registered Holistic vets in your state and/or close by state. If your dog has any type of health issues, a Holistic vet can help you get a Rabies exemption.

Moms
01-08-2014 09:53 AM
My5dogs
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It's purely $$$$$$$!

You may not have to get the yearly either! Titer them first (each dog has a different system. Some will hold the anitbodies, some not)! It's money well spent to NOT have to get the shots.

Dr. Ron Schultz and Dr. Jean Dodds has scientifically proven that the vaccinations last anywhere from 3 to 5 to 7 years on some! As an example, our dogs got 1 Parvo and 1 Distemper (separated) when they were 16/18 weeks old, agreed upon with my holistic vet. They've never had another one. They are now 5 & 7 years old and their titer numbers are still SO high that it could cover 5 dogs!

Moms
It's funny I asked my vet awhile back about titers. She said they don't do titers lol. Wow. We have found a new vet so I am hoping they do it...thank you!!
01-08-2014 09:44 AM
Momto2GSDs
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Ok great. I will be skipping the 16-18 week then do the year boosters then every 3 years. I have started this with my other dogs as well their last vacc's were 2011 and 2012 so next is 3 years after. Crazy how vets push it yearly.
It's purely $$$$$$$!

You may not have to get the yearly either! Titer them first (each dog has a different system. Some will hold the anitbodies, some not)! It's money well spent to NOT have to get the shots.

Dr. Ron Schultz and Dr. Jean Dodds has scientifically proven that the vaccinations last anywhere from 3 to 5 to 7 years on some! As an example, our dogs got 1 Parvo and 1 Distemper (separated) when they were 16/18 weeks old, agreed upon with my holistic vet. They've never had another one. They are now 5 & 7 years old and their titer numbers are still SO high that it could cover 5 dogs!

Moms
01-08-2014 09:19 AM
My5dogs
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Originally Posted by Momto2GSDs View Post
YES!!!!! It is YOUR choice, not the vet's!
Moms
Ok great. I will be skipping the 16-18 week then do the year boosters then every 3 years. I have started this with my other dogs as well their last vacc's were 2011 and 2012 so next is 3 years after. Crazy how vets push it yearly.
01-08-2014 09:14 AM
Momto2GSDs
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I am giving my pup his 14 week vacc's tomorrow. The 16 week says optional. Does that mean I don't have to give it??
YES!!!!! It is YOUR choice, not the vet's!
Moms
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