If Your Doctor (or Veterinarian) Insists That Vaccines Are Safe, Then Have Them Sign This Form

Written by Jan on May 29, 2012 – 8:21 pm

This vaccination consent form was designed for humans. The author suggests asking your doctor to complete and sign it before vaccinating. With a little reworking, this would work for pets — not that I believe for a moment that anyone will ever sign it. This is just about being realistic about vaccines. They are not without risk. All parties should weigh risks vs benefits in every medical procedure.

Read the original article at http://preventdisease.com/news/12/050212_If-Your-Doctor-Insists-That-Vaccines-Are-Safe-Have-Them-Sign-This-Form.shtml.  Get a printable pdf file at http://preventdisease.com/pdf/Warranty-of-Vaccine-Safety-English.pdf.   Our thanks to http://preventdisease.com for permission to reprint this. Read more »

Tags: children, consent form, informed consent, pets, Vaccination, vaccine ingredients, vaccine safety
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Help with Vet Bills

Written by Jan on October 27, 2009 – 12:01 am

j0433118 Looking for a list of organizations that help people in need with their vet bills? Dr. Jean Hofve has allowed me to reprint it here. Please bookmark this page and send it to friends.  Also check out her other terrific articles, and sign up for her newsletter, at LittleBigCat.com(I interviewed Dr. Hofve for my book and for three wonderful recordings on pet nutrition called How NOT to Kill Your Dog or Cat. If you’d like to learn more about feeding your pet, we hope you’ll check them out.)


Whether it’s the damage caused by recalled food, an accident or something else, vet bills can be quite a burden. Below are listed some of the programs that can help with financial needs. Read more »

Tags: cat, dog, finances, financial help, help with vet bills, Jean Hofve, money for vet bills, pet, pets, vet bills, Veterinarians, veterinary bills, vets
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