When Vaccines Should Not Be Given To Dogs

Duration: 03:12

Deva Khalsa, VMD · July 29, 2022

Course Description

They’re necessary to protect puppies against infectious disease, but yearly vaccines through adulthood are unnecessary – and in some situations even contraindicated.
If you’ve ever wondered how to protect your own dog from infectious disease without subjecting him to potentially dangerous vaccinations, it’s most likely you’ve already done so. If he had vaccines for distemper and parvo after six months of age, he will most likely be protected for the rest of his life from these diseases. Dogs just don’t need that many vaccinations to acquire full immune protection.

Things to Learn

Learn how and when vaccines are required.

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About Instructor

Deva Khalsa, VMD

Veterinarian Dr. Deva Khalsa authored Dr. Khalsa’s The Natural Dog and co-authored Healing Your Horse: Alternative Therapies. She lectures internationally and is a professor at the British Institute of Homeopathy. She has almost 30 years of experience in holistic modalities

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