Disclaimer: The following information might not be in accordance with the advice most licensed veterinarians provide. In fact it might be just the contrary. Don’t take our word as medical advice rather consult someone licensed and/or make your own judgments.
What you’re about to discover here has the capacity to change your approach to dog healthcare…And your previous paradigm about having to vaccinate your dogs to keep them healthy may just possibly crumble…
Why is it that we are able to start training our holistic raised Belgian Malinois puppies at 8, 9, and 10 weeks of age inside and out, exposing them to public places and roaming through national parks bringing them to all kinds of environments that professional veterinarians might refer to as ‘risky’ due to puppies being unvaccinated- and yet having them able to withstand and remain unchallenged and physically strong and healthy giving all those deadly viruses no chance to bring them down?
Why is it that most breeders wouldn’t dare to bring one of their puppies outside of their stainless steel sterilized kennel nor recommend its new owner to bring it outside of their home until all vaccinations are completed which is usually until four to six months of age which is most of the times too old to commence socialization delaying an all too critical aspect of developing a mentally stable dog- all due to fear of them getting sick or catching a deadly virus, while we (us) are able to socialize, train and play with our holistic raised puppies at an early age without the need for vaccinations and without second guessing their health capacity?
The answer to those questions we will cover here in this article. We promise that by the time you finish reading this page, you will feel empowered to make a more educated decision in regards to your K9’s health.
Statements of fact:
- What determines whether a puppy gets sick after being exposed to a virus is its immune system
- If the puppy has a weakened immune system, the virus will prey on it as a parasite would and multiply and cause the common side-effects known to that illness
- If the puppy has a strong immune system the virus would’ve been shut down and no opportunity for it to multiply on the host would’ve arisen
- What determines whether a puppy’s immune system is healthy and strong is three main things, D I E T, P A R A S I T E S and T O X I N S
- If a puppy has a bad diet, or untreated parasites or is exposed to environmental toxins, or a combination of those…his immune system will be weak and vulnerable to disease and viruses
- If a puppy is TRULY healthy and strong, vaccines become unnecessary and no virus or bacteria will bring it down
The Problems with Vaccines
Vaccines are not natural to the immune system! They are artificial immune stimulators. They don’t address nutrition, parasites nor toxins. They are actually filled with toxins and chemicals and heavy metals and strange preservatives unrecognized by the body and further weaken the immune system of the dog.
Further, vaccines have been connected with many illnesses as the K9 ages… Illnesses such as diabetes, liver problems, skin problems, autoimmune disorders, hip dysplasia, eye deterioration, and other problems seem to be correlated with the vaccination/chemical deworming protocol followed in conventional dog healthcare…. Causing distress, costly vet bills, and emotional suffering to the owners.
That’s the problem with conventional healthcare. It addresses the K9’s body in pieces and parts and doesn’t address the BIG PICTURE… It doesn’t see how the ECOSYSTEM works. K9’s are not mechanical machines like cars that you need to repair in pieces. A dog is a living animal composed of different parts that make up the greater whole and that all of its pieces influence eachother. THATS THE FIRST PRINCIPLE OF HOLISTIC HEALTHCARE.
Holistic Healthcare for Dogs
In holistic healthcare, you see the big picture. You address the WHOLE SYSTEM… You address the WHOLE ORGANISM rather than its parts. You don’t focus on quick fixes nor partial fixes nor on treatments designed to address only one part of the system. Focusing only in fixing one part within the system leads to having very narrow view and having no regard to what may happen to the other parts of the system.
TO BE CONTINUED…