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What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines

New updated 2nd Edition of "Who Killed the Darling Buds of May?". Veterinarians around the world were advising pet owners to vaccinate their animal companions against disease every year. In the author's opinion, annual vaccination is neither necessary, nor safe. In the revised, updated edition the author brings fresh information and explains why she feels you can protect your dogs and cats from disease homeopathically, without risking their lives at the same time.

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Shock To The System

'One of the greatest analyses of modern realisations in pertinence to animal health' - Midwest Book Review (USA)

'Shock to the System' by Catherine O’Driscoll is a sequel to 'What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines'. It covers the latest information on the vaccine issue, and puts the other pieces of the puzzle into the picture. Diet, environmental toxins, pharmaceuticals and stress all play a part in the health of companion animals. The latest book by Catherine O’Driscoll offers a broader view with the aim of pointing readers towards robust good health and happiness for their animals (and themselves). It tackles the question of 'belief' and why we have a healthcare war, and is calling for animal guardians to empower themselves for the sake of the animals.

‘Shock to the System’ has been written so that it's readable for animal guardians, and also for vets. It covers dog, cat and horse vaccines.

“Animal guardians, empower yourselves for the sake of the animals”


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To order 'What Vets Don't Tell You About Vaccines' or ‘Shock to the System’:

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