WHY COMMON VACCINE PRACTICES CAN FAIL: Young puppies have immature immune systems YET it is common practice for Veterinarians and Breeders to start Polyvent vaccines (multiple vaccines in one shot) to puppies as young as 6 weeks old. Th pup's immature immune system becomes confused, and is unable to produce proper titer levels to so many different diseases ( vaccines simulate disease) Add the mother's MATERNAL ANTIBODIES circulating in the young pup's blood stream which inactivates the vaccines and you have a puppy fully vulnerable. How often in the real world are dogs bombarded with FIVE DISEASES at one time? Never. This is why vaccines have to be repeated over and over, up to FIVE times in a young puppy, because they just do not work in the young puppies,
We are shocked at how even websites of breeders that appear so reptuable are refusing to give Parvo warranty and at the same time they are charging $3000 to $5000 for thier puppies. Parvo has an INCUBATION period of 5 to 14 days which means the puppy can catch the Parvo AT THE BREEDERS HOME and DIE AT YOUR HOME. Is that fair? That you lose the puppy, your money and pay medical costs WHEN THE PARVO CAME FROM THE BREEDER???
READ THE CONTRACTS EVEN OF THE BREEDERS WHO CLAIM TO HAVE THE BEST CHAMPIONS LINES.THOSE BREEDERS THAT CLAIM THEY ARE THE MOST REPUTABLE AND THEY HAVE THE FINEST CHIHUAHUAS YOU WILL EVER FIND. THOSE ARE THE VERY BREEDERS REFUSING.
WHAT ARE THEY AFRAID OF? DEMAND A TWO WEEK WARRANTY WITH REPLACMENT PUPPY.
IF THE BREEDER WONT GIVE IT THEN THEY HAVE PARVO AT THEIR FACILITY. PARVO IS FATAL
PUPPIES PLAY AND EAT WHILE THE VIRUS GROWS INSIDE THE BODY. THEN THEY DROP SICK.
Young puppies have immature immune systems YET it is common practice for Veterinarians and Breeders to start 5 vaccines to puppies as you 6 weeks old. Such early vaccination often harms immune systems. Such early vaccination fails to produce proper protection levels, which is why vaccines are repeated monthly.
If you would wait until a puppy is 3 to 4 months old then you would only need two sets of puppshots, because the immune system of the puppy would be more mature and there would be no maternal antibodies circulating in the bloodstream. Maternal antibodies found in puppies under 9 weeks will often cause early vaccintion to fail.
Since Parvo is a killer of puppies you can not wait until 3 months of age to vaccinate. Instead we focus on this ONE fatal disease and provide the puppy with a special Parvo vaccine at 7 weeks of age. This special Parvo vaccine is formulated to over ride material antibodies. Because we give this ONE vaccine the pup's immature immune system is not confused and can focus on the one disease ( vaccine) in order to produce a proper level of antibodies. We repeat this single NEOAR Parvo vaccine at 10 weeks of age. At 10 weeks of age we may choose to give a puppy a 4 way vaccine if bought by a family that live in an area where Distemper is known to exist.
We have never seen Distemper in our lifetime but are aware of a few areas in the United States of activity.
Statistics show that 80% or more of puppies under 8 weeks do not develop significant titer levels to Distemper when given a Distemper vaccines.Yet wait until a puppy is over 10 weeks and old and you have 80% who will have a healthy immune response.
If you give a dog 5 different vaccines at one time the dog's immune system thinks it has been hit with 5 diseases.
How often in nature are dogs struck with 5 diseases at one time? NEVER.
In nature A dog will contact ONE disease at a time and the immune system will focus on that one disease and build immunity.
Even with all the new warnings on vaccine safety, many Vets and breeders continue to give 6 to 8 week old baby puppies multiple vaccines at the same time.
A very young puppy's immature immune system is suppose to know what to do with so many diseases hitting his body at one time?