Read our 370+ page document to understand the side effects from vaccines your dogs and cats do not need. See Part Two to understand why a government, licensing bodies, vets, pet charities and the pharmaceutical industry might want you to over-vaccinate your pets. Click here.
The British Government's Veterinary Medicines Directorate needs to get out of bed with the pharmaceutical industry.
We are told to vaccinate our dogs and cats every year.
This is not necessary, but it can be harmful.
After years of writing to the British government and the government's licensing authority (the Veterinary Medicines Directorate), Canine Health Concern and over 100 vets/pet owners called for the withdrawal of one-year dog and cat vaccines (click here to view).
Annual shots are unnecessary, and they are causing harm.
Who says so?
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Australian Veterinary Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association have all announced that once dogs and cats are immune to viral disease, they are immune for years or life. Repeated vaccinations provide no more immunity.
They will not follow the known science
The VMD is refusing to change UK policy and simply responded with a 'position statement' that upheld the status quo. (click here to view) The Veterinary Medicines Directorate is conflicted. It cannot protect the animals while it puts the profit requirements of the pharmaceutical industry first.
Meanwhile, innocent animals continue to suffer and die.
We are calling for every animal lover across the world to tell the UK government that this is not acceptable, and to demand that the VMD takes immediate action to withdraw licences for one year vaccines.
A document with all the scientific research to substantiate our claim has been sent to Veterinary Medicines Directorate. To read this and see for yourself click here.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP THE ANIMALS
Click here to download/print a pre-formatted letter to send to your MP
(details of who your MP is also on this link).
Report a suspected adverse reaction (use the quick links)
Click here to download/print a pre-formatted letter to send
to/email the UK Chief Veterinary officer.
You can also contact the UK Foreign Secretary (also on this link).
Report a suspected adverse reaction (and what to do)
Tell your friends
Click here for details on what you can do to help spread the message.
Who are we?
Click here for details of who is running this campaign.