Way Too Many Vaccines! Way Too Much Medication!

If your dog is suffering from ear infections, autoimmune diseases (examples include allergies, vasculitis, lupus and more), seizures, behavior changes, paralysis, joint problems, spondylitis, skin problems, it is highly likely they are having an adverse reaction to vaccines.

If your bulldog is suffering from any of these issues,  he/she has vaccinosis, a set of symptoms that occur after the administration of a vaccine acutely within minutes and or chronically within days, weeks or months.  Because the genetic line of English Bulldogs have been over-vaccinated and puppies are typically born via c-section, they don’t acquire the natural bacteria he/she needs to maintain a balanced gastrointestinal tract from his/her mother, resulting in a compromised immune system beginning at birth and further aggravated by and triggered by vaccines, which ultimately becomes the disease itself. Read more about this here.

Traditional veterinary medicine does not acknowledge vaccines as being a major culprit and cause of disease.  Traditional medicine responds to these symptoms that stem from vaccines, by treating with immunosuppressants and antibiotics assuming the animal has an autoimmune problem.  These drugs such as apoquel, atopica, and prednisone hide the illness by providing temporary relief, only for symptoms to reappear with a vengeance.

A Comprised immune system + too many vaccines + too much medication = a sick bulldog.

We have found that every single english bulldog suffers from the over-vaccination of distemper, exhibiting symptoms linked to the distemper disease such as: pneumonia, conjunctivitis, dry eye, interdigital cysts, skin lesions, staph infections, lip fold dermatitis and gastrointestinal issues. Read more about this here.

We have also found that most bulldogs suffer from the over-vaccination of rabies, exhibiting symptoms linked to the rabies disease such as: aggression, hypersensitivity, reverse sneezing, excessive licking and convulsions. Read more about this here.


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