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Kris Christine June 17th, 2008 05:37 AM

KENNEL COUGH (Bordetella) Vaccine
 
[b][u]KENNEL COUGH (Bordetella) Vaccine[/u][/b]

In an article from the October-December 2007, Vol. 26, #3 [i]Journal of American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association[/i], entitled [i]Summary of a Presentation by Dr. Ron Schultz[/i] written by Patricia Monahan Jordan, DVM, it states that [b]"[color=darkred]Kennel cough is not a vaccinatable disease, realize this and stop the boarding kennels from making the dogs sick."[/color][/b]

Regarding the [b]Bordetella[/b] (Kennel Cough) vaccine, on Page 2 of the [i]American Animal Hospital Association's 2003 Canine Vaccine Guidelines, [/i] it states that[color=darkred] "Optional or 'noncore' vaccines are those that the committee believe should be considered only in special circumstances because their use is more dependent on the exposure risk of the individual animal. Issues of geographic distribution and lifestyle should be considered before administering these vaccines. In addition, the diseases involved are generally self-limiting or respond readily to treatment. The committee believes this group of vaccines comprises distemper-meases virus (D-MV), canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV), Leptospira spp., Bordetella bronchispetica, and Borrelia burdorferi." [/color]

Further, on Page 14 of the [i]AAHA Guidelines[/i], it states: [b]"Bordetella bronchiseptica (B. bronchiseptica): Bordetella bronchiseptica is another cause of the “kennel cough” syn-drome. Infection in some susceptible dogs generally causes a self-limiting, upper respiratory disease and [color=darkred]rarely causes life-threatening disease in otherwise healthy animals. Clini-cal disease resolves quickly when treated with appropriate antibiotics. Vaccination does not block infection [/color]but appears to lessen clinical disease, and vaccines provide a short DOI (<1 year) [table 2]. It is also unknown whether current vaccine strains protect against all field strains."[/b]

[b][u] Combination Vaccines, Multiple Shots[/u][/b]--on Page 16 of the[i] 2003 AAHA Guidelines[/i] under [i]Immunological Factors Determining Vaccine Safety[/i], it states that: [b] "Although increasing the number of components in a vaccine may be more convenient for the practitioner or owner, the likelihood for adverse effects may increase. Also, interference can occur among the components. Care must be taken not to administer a product containing too many vaccines simultaneously if adverse events are to be avoided and optimal immune responses are sought. "[/b]
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[b]Rabies Shot Killed my Poodle[/b] May 28, 2008 Channel 5 News WCVB [url]http://www.thebostonchannel.com:80/news/16410586/detail.html?rss=bos&taf=bos[/url]

[b]Duration of Immunity to Canine Vaccines: What We Know and Don't Know[/b], Dr. Ronald Schultz [url]http://www.cedarbayvet.com/duration_of_immunity.htm[/url]

[b]What Everyone Needs to Know about Canine Vaccines,[/b] Dr. Ronald Schultz [url]http://www.puliclub.org/CHF/AKC2007Conf/What%20Everyone%20Needs%20to%20Know%20About%20Canine%20Vaccines.htm[/url]

[b]World Small Animal Veterinary Association 2007 Vaccine Guidelines[/b] [url]http://www.wsava.org/SAC.htm[/url] Scroll down to Vaccine Guidelines 2007 (PDF)

The [b]2003 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines [/b]are accessible online at [url]http://www.leerburg.com/special_report.htm[/url] .

The [b]2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines [/b]are downloadable in PDF format at [url]http://www.aahanet.org/PublicDocumen...s06Revised.pdf[/url] .

Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Rogers,has an excellent presentation on veterinary vaccines at [url]http://www.newvaccinationprotocols.com/[/url]

October 1, 2002 [i]DVM Newsletter[/i] article entitled,[b] AVMA, AAHA to Release Vaccine Positions[/b], [url]http://www.dvmnewsmagazine.com/dvm/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=35171[/url]

July 1, 2003 [i]DVM Newsletter [/i]article entitled, [b]What Do We Tell Our Clients?[/b], Developing thorough plan to educate staff on changing vaccine protocols essential for maintaining solid relationships with clients and ensuring quality care [url]http://www.dvmnewsmagazine.com/dvm/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=61696[/url]

July 1, 2003, [i]DVM Newsletter [/i] article, [b]Developing Common Sense Strategies for Fiscal Responsibility: Using an interactive template to plan service protocol changes [/b][url]http://www.dvmnewsmagazine.com/dvm/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=61694[/url]

[i]Animal Wellness Magazine[/i] Article Vol. 8 Issue 6, [b]How Often Does he REALLY Need A Rabies Shot[/b] [url=http://www.animalwellnessmagazine.com/m/m86/main.htm]Animal Wellness Magazine - devoted to natural health in animals[/url]

[b]The Rabies Challenge[/b] Animal Wise Radio Interview
[url=http://www.animalarkshelter.org/animal/Animal+Wise+Segments.nsf/HighlightsListen?OpenForm&amp;Segment=43AF377786A21CFC862573AC007EE99B&quot]Listen to Animal Wise[/url] (scroll down to The Rabies Challenge 12/9/07)

[b]The Vaccine Challenge [/b] [url=http://www.animaltalknaturally.com/2007/05/01/the-vaccine-challenge-show-91/]Animal Talk Naturally Online Radio Show » The Vaccine Challenge - Show #91[/url]

[b]US Declared Canine-Rabies Free -- CDC Announces at Inaugural World Rabies Day Symposium [/b] [url=http://www.cdc.gov/od/oc/media/pressrel/2007/r070907.htm]CDC Press Release - September 7, 2007[/url]

Rabies Prevention -- United States, 1991 Recommendations of the Immunization Practices Advisory Committee (ACIP), [b]Center for Disease Control's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly[/b] March 22, 1991 / 40(RR03);1-19 [url]http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00041987.htm[/url] [b][color=darkred]"A fully vaccinated dog or cat is unlikely to become infected with rabies, [/color]although rare cases have been reported (48). In a nationwide study of rabies among dogs and cats in 1988, only one dog and two cats that were vaccinated contracted rabies (49). All three of these animals had received only single doses of vaccine; [color=darkred]no documented vaccine failures occurred among dogs or cats that had received two vaccinations. "[/color][/b]


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