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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466522

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ProfJohnL wrote:
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... surly there is a risk to the dog getting over vaccinated??

That is the question , and unless anyone here is a vet, I doubt we can answer it.
I read it that both Clive and the OPs vets made the decision. So is there still a question? Note Mel’s latest response too.
You cannot give your dog any vaccination . It must and only can be administered by a Vet.
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466525

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I talked to our vet, as eldest dogs Passport / vaccination doc didn't show the anti bodies Titration Test. As we had the original he was happy to sign the new passport. But the younger dog , will only have to have a blood test, for the Rabies Tritration test,
But you may as well go for the full revac, and test, "If The Uk pulls.

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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466532

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I am not disputing that only vets can obtain the vaccination shots, But at the same time only a vet could provide a professional based response to the OP's question.

Whether canine vaccines work in the same way as human ones, and whether the risks are the same again only a Vet could answer.

It would be unwise to take the responses on a forum over and above those of a professional.

I too suspect the OP was simply bemoaning the cost they'd been put to, but there was a defined question about multiple vaccinations and their possible negative effects in the post.
Unless I use quotes, All advice and opinions given are my own and are given in good faith. Never act on anything you read on a forum unless you can validate and verify its source and content.
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466534

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ProfJohnL wrote:
I am not disputing that only vets can obtain the vaccination shots, But at the same time only a vet could provide a professional based response to the OP's question.

Whether canine vaccines work in the same way as human ones, and whether the risks are the same again only a Vet could answer.

It would be unwise to take the responses on a forum over and above those of a professional.

I too suspect the OP was simply bemoaning the cost they'd been put to, but there was a defined question about multiple vaccinations and their possible negative effects in the post.

And I gave a valid reply based on my dog having to have two vaccinations within a few weeks in order for her antibody count to exceed the threshold to qualify for a passport. Whilst not a vet my experience provided some basis of information to the OP. We all accept that only vets can administer the rabies vaccination but I fail to understand your position that owner experience isnt relevant to the OPs question.
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466535

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Proff , Lovo was stating They had their Pouch revacsinated, and I think light heartled mentioned the possibility, of over vacsinating. As anyone who has their , Dog Cat or Ferret , vacinated against Rabies are told the problems , the Latest vaccine are so good that there is no need for a Titration test , but with this "Breackfast" thing , the possibility is that we need the the Titration, to be marked on the animals Passport. If you wish to bring animals to and from the Uk. This will affect animals from Europe as well.
Except for the super rich who keep their pets on the private aircraft and yachts and then smuggle them in in Hand bags.
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466538

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Dustydog wrote:
ProfJohnL wrote:
Lovo wrote:
... surly there is a risk to the dog getting over vaccinated??

That is the question , and unless anyone here is a vet, I doubt we can answer it.
I read it that both Clive and the OPs vets made the decision. So is there still a question? Note Mel’s latest response too.
You cannot give your dog any vaccination . It must and only can be administered by a Vet.
No problem .
Dustydog has summed up this situation perfectly.
The OP appears to have had to have his dog vaccinated again to satisfy new requirements.
I'm sure that he has already obtained the professional opinion of the vet who vaccinated the dog.
The point scoring really has to stop now, we all know that a vet will give correct advice so please desist from trying to dictate which questions forum users can ask on this forum.
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466539

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EH52ARH wrote:
Proff , Lovo was stating They had their Pouch revacsinated, and I think light heartled mentioned the possibility, of over vacsinating. As anyone who has their , Dog Cat or Ferret , vacinated against Rabies are told the problems , the Latest vaccine are so good that there is no need for a Titration test , but with this "Breackfast" thing , the possibility is that we need the the Titration, to be marked on the animals Passport. If you wish to bring animals to and from the Uk. This will affect animals from Europe as well.
Except for the super rich who keep their pets on the private aircraft and yachts and then smuggle them in in Hand bags.

Hutch it’s not just the super rich who have their dogs on the ship. I spent a period on a grey funnel line ship and the captain had his dog on board, and it was a nice break from duties to take the dog walks around the flight deck or vehicle decks if it was wet. He even had his wife’s mini traveller loaded on the ship and on one occasion we took it ashore in Sorento in a LCVP landing craft and had a nice couple of days touring the Amafi coast. The dog stayed on a small island on Gracie Fields Estate so no laws broken :-)
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BREXIT RIPOFF 5 months 1 week ago #466587

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For what its worth, we have had our dog vaccinated against rabies every year and never had a problem. Sadly, we cannot go to Europe this year, but Lucy will still have her jab.

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