New Encouraging News Regarding Rabies Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats

Arielle West Articles, Cats, Dogs, Nutrition & Health

Results of a study performed by Kansas State University recently released are favorable for supporters and leaders of the charge against over-vaccinating pets. The study results show that most pets are protected against rabies from their initial rabies vaccinations, and that boosters are not necessary. A fact that has a big impact on how pets with out-of-date vaccinations that are exposed to rabid animals should be handled.

The goal is that antibody titer tests become the first choice in lieu of re-vaccination for core diseases in cats and dogs, and that the cost of those tests will become affordable for the majority of pet owners.

Read the Complete Article by Dr. Karen Becker, a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian.

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