knotTibetan Terrier Health Resources

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Help line.
ASPCA Hot Line.
Pet Poison Hotline.
Poisons, Pet Poison Hotline. A-Z click on Index.

Foods to Avoid Eating.
Household Products. ASPCA.
Plants Poisonous to Livestock and Other Animals. Cornell University.
Poisonous Plants. Texas A & M.
Poisons. Pet Poison Helpline.
Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants.

2011 AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines.
2013 and 2014 Canine Vaccination Protocols. Hemopet. By Jean Dodds, DVM.
Age and Long-term Protective Immunity in Dogs and Cats.  By Ronald D. Schultz. Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Canine and Feline Vaccination Guidelines. 2011. UC Davis Veterinary Medicine.
Dog Owners Wade Into Vaccination Debate.  ABC News. 2014. By Liz Neporent.
For the Good of the Herd. Angry Vet.
Vaccines: When Too Much of a God Thing Turns Bad.  Hemopet. 2012. Jean Dodds, DVM.
WASAVA Global Veterinary Community Vaccination Guidelines.

Adverse Reactions.
Clinical Approaches to Managing and Treating Adverse Vaccine Reactions. Hemet. 2013. Jean Dodds, DVM.
Response: Immune-Mediated Thrombocytopenia Report and Article.  Hemopet. 2012. Jean Dodds, DVM.
Symptoms and Treatment for Vaccine Associated Illness in Pets. Part 2. PetMD. 2014. By Dr. Patrick Mahaney.
Vaccinosis and Chronic Disease. By Charles Loop, DVM.

Titer Testing.
More on Canine Titer Testing. Hemopet. 2013. By Jean Dodds, DVM.
The Truth About ‘Tittering’ Instead of Vaccination. PetMD. By  Dr. Patty Khuly.

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