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Yes this is what a lot of people think, but the vets never agreed, now it looks as though they are changing there mind's.
Every so often this topic is brought to the fore but nothing concrete is ever decided-I know a lot of people stop vaccinating after a few years but if you want to put your dogs in kennels they won't accept dogs not up to date on their vaccinations.
If it's so 'difficult' to assess the length of time canine vaccines are effective for, how on earth did scientists manage to assess the length of time human vaccines are effective for? Seems to me it's more lucrative for both vets and the makers of the vaccines to sell more vaccines.
You can have your dog blood tested to find out how much immunity your dog has but this costs more than the vaccinations.I agree it's lucrative and so the vets are unlikely to agree with not re vaccinating.
I absolutely hate having my dogs vaccinated every year, but if I dont I also feel very guilty, and would be devastated if they did catch anything. also its not only kennels that wont take unvac. dog but any training unit agility, and such like. difficult one eh
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