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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Is your vet following the new AAHA CORE VACCINE GUIDELINES of EVERY 3 YEARS?

WHAT IS A TITER? & WHAT IS THE **NEW** AAHA VACCINE GUILDLINES? I am sharing this information on vaccines and titers again because EVERYONE has to be IN THE KNOW about this! Two years ago, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) canine vaccination task force updated their vaccination guidelines. Also did you know your Chihuahua gets the same size vaccine as your Rottweiler? & at the same frequency? New AAHA VACCINE GUIDELINES which means for **ALL VETERINARIANS!!!!**.. Sadly, despite the new guidelines that are now two years old, members of the traditional veterinary community have been slow to adopt the new recommended protocol! ALL the vet schools are teaching triennial vaccinations. So if your vet is still doing ANNUAL VACCINES! Time to get a new vet he/she is more concerned about their income than the health of your pet!!!

”The AAHA guidelines define core vaccines as: distemper, adenovirus, parvovirus and are now every 3 years NOT ONE! And the vaccine companies

You can also TITER your pet - this test measures the protective antibody levels for diseases for the core vaccines! Unfortunately Rabies titers are not excepted with by the state...

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