Joined 4 years ago
Hi. I'm Jan Rasmusen, author, newsletter writer, dog health and safety advocate. After my Maltese Jiggy was diagnosed with life-threatening immune-mediated hepatitis (not long after a rabies vaccination), I began what is now four years of research and interviews with top veterinarians and other experts across the country. My work culminated in a national award-winning book called Scared Poopless: The Straight Scoop on Dog Care, and in three audio recordings with one of the country's top experts on Nutrition for Dogs and Cats. I've promoted dog care extensively on TV and radio. At minimum, all my author royalties benefit animal causes. You can learn more about me and my research, and sign up for my free e-newsletter, at Dogs4Dogs.com. PS That's my dog Chiclet in the photos on my lens. My little Jiggy is on my book's cover. They are distant cousins and best friends.
6 years ago
Most people think of vaccines as safe and protective, but vaccination is a serious medical procedure with significant risks. The rabies vaccine, in particular, is notorious when it comes to adverse reactions. Here are some potentially life-saving...
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