"Whine" Flu Shots Heavy Metal Detox Important for Pets
Nearly all pets, just like most children, whimper or "whine" when given a shot.
But it is scarcely known, and typically not shared with pet owners, how heavy metal toxins from these shots are a significant concern for pets, just as they are for children and for you.
Pets are subjected to a tremendous load of vaccines over the course of their lifetime. For dogs, many veterinarians recommend:
Cats are often advised to receive:
Dogs and cats are exposed to numerous toxins from annual vaccinations … keep reading to find out how to help them detox.
Feline leukemia (FeLV)
Chlamydia (depending on risk)
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) (depending on risk)
Ringworm (depending on risk)
Many of these vaccines are given initially at 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 weeks, and then annually for life, despite the fact that the American Veterinary Medical Association states that annual vaccines may not always be necessary. They state:
"Veterinarians have traditionally vaccinated annually; however, they are now learning that some vaccines induce immunity that lasts less than one year, whereas others may induce immunity that lasts well beyond one year. The AVMA recommends that veterinarians customize vaccination programs to the needs of their patients. More than one vaccination program may be effective."
Are Annual Vaccinations for Your Pets Safe?
Many veterinarians still vaccinate on the old every year schedule. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that many still believe your pet is best protected by following the manufacturers' recommendations. Manufacturers, for the most part, have not changed their recommendations because to do so costs hundreds of thousands of dollars for the tests required by the USDA, points out Dr. Kitti Wielandt, DVM. She continues:
"Also, the manufacturers are in business to sell vaccines. In the event of a pet getting a disease for which it is vaccinated, the drug companies will stand behind the veterinarian only if the pet is vaccinated according to label directions. Most vets don't want to get sued.
Some vets are not up to date on the very latest research. Some feel (correctly) that the only way to get a pet in the door for an annual exam is by pushing the vaccines. Even without the vaccines, you should take your pet in for yearly checkups …"
And there is always a risk to your pet in receiving a vaccine. Some veterinarians now believe that over-vaccinating pets is actually responsible for allergies, seizures and even cancer in dogs and cats. In fact, vaccine-induced sarcomas (cancerous tumors) are thought to be as high as one cat in 1,000, or up to 22,000 new cases of sarcoma a year!
Meanwhile, back in 1995 a Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association article stated there was "little scientific documentation that backs up label claims for annual administration of most vaccines." Researchers went on to say that, for many vaccines, giving them every few years, as opposed to annually, would be enough given their potential risks.
Further, whenever your dog or cat is injected with a vaccine, they are also injected with potentially toxic vaccine adjuvants including thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative, and aluminum.
As in humans, these toxic exposures build up over time, contributing to various degenerative diseases.
Animals have very sensitive endocrine systems that are often even more intolerant to toxins than humans.
Your Pet Is Also Very Toxic!
Research is showing that pets are just as toxic as humans and this is why they suffer from similar degenerative diseases. Aside from the toxins injected into your pets every year from multiple vaccinations, other sources of toxins include:
Environmental chemicals, including paints, varnishes and other chemicals in the house, such as brominated flame retardant (BFR) chemicals used on carpets, cushions and other linen. These flame-retardants are slow to break down, attracted to fat, and able to evaporate into and be transported through air. They may cause cancer and function as hormone disruptors, adversely affecting reproduction and thyroid hormone function.
- Poor-Quality Pet food, including heavy metals like aluminum from canned foods and mercury from fish-based ingredients. Pentobarbital, a drug frequently used to euthanize pets, continues to be found in pet food -- this is probably from pets, cattle and horses that have been euthanized using pentobarbital and then sent to rendering plants. Some veterinarians believe that feeding your pets foods that contain even traces of pentobarbital can definitely be slowly causing chronic degenerative disease to happen much faster.
Common chemical stabilizers added to many pet foods include BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) -- both known to cause liver and kidney dysfunction -- and ethoxyquin, a suspected carcinogen. Many semi-moist dog foods contain propylene glycol -- first cousin to the anti-freeze agent, ethylene glycol, that destroys red blood cells, and lead also frequently shows up in pet foods,
- Mycotoxins, potentially deadly fungal toxins that multiply in moldy grains and have been found in pet foods in recent years.
Now there is a scientifically tested natural product that can remove heavy metals and other toxins from your pet and help make them healthy again: HMD "Heavy Metal Detox" 4 Pets.
If Your Pet Gets Annual Vaccines, or Any Vaccines … Detox is Very Important
Help Your Pet Detox From Vaccines and Environmental Toxins Using HMD4Pets
HMD4Pets is a scientifically tested natural product that can remove heavy metals and other toxins from your pet and make them healthy again.
Use HMD4PETS as a preventative to keep your pet fit and health or as a treatment to clear the detrimental toxins responsible for various degenerative diseases.
What are the ingredients of HMD4Pets?
HMD4Pets™ is a unique, synergistic compound comprising of:
Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum)
Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), a steam distillation extract of Chlorella pyrenoidosa
Homaccord of Chlorella pyrenoidosa.
It is called a synergistic formulation when the ingredients work together to enhance the effects and only then does it act as a powerful chelator, a process shown in scientific research to mobilize and eliminate many different toxic metals.
It does this very gently without the side effects often found with drug chelators. This is why it is dubbed "The GENTLE chelator" and its human version HMD® has been used extensively with adults and children, including autistic children.
Why use HMD4Pets™ instead of other toxic metal chelators (for heavy metal detoxing)?
There are a number of reasons why HMD4Pets stands out against the competition:
It truly works in detoxifying and eliminating nasty heavy metals such as aluminum, antimony, arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury and uranium from your body.
HMD4Pets has undergone extensive scientific research using double-blind, placebo controlled trials with over 350 people and was found to effectively mobilize and eliminate many different types of toxic metals.
This synergistic formula now has a worldwide patent-pending.
HMD4Pets can be used as a preventative to keep your pet fit and healthy or as a treatment to clear the detrimental toxins responsible for various degenerative diseases.
Remember that dry animal food is usually preserved with aluminum to prevent mold. A lot of commercial tinned dog and cat food has high levels of arsenic -- another very toxic metal. Furthermore, it is common to send meat and fish discarded as unfit for human consumption to pet food manufacturing plants where it is processed. This usually involves adding toxins to ‘cleanse’ the meat. Cat litter is also very high in aluminum content and cats usually lick their paws immediately after using their litter boxes.
Protect your beloved pet now from all these toxins before they develop degenerative diseases that are difficult and expensive to deal with -- prevention is always wiser than cure!
Learn more about this natural heavy metal chelator: HMD "Heavy Metal Detox" 4 Pets.
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