Allergies, skin problems, behavior changes, autoimmune disease, seizures, injection-site cancers — these are just a few of the well-documented adverse vaccine reactions in dogs and cats.
Believe it or not, human cancers and cancers in pets are not all that different. If you think about it, this makes logical sense. After all, humans and their pets share the same environment (hence, the same air-borne toxins), the same drinking water sources, and sometimes even the same food.
Since Mo’s diagnosis, I have learned that cats can be especially susceptible to vaccine-induced illnesses, which can actually take their lives if not caught and treated. Also, from my research, I have personally decided that every three years would be adequate for vaccinating an indoor cat such as Mo.
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Pet cancer at vaccine injection sites is often referred to as “vaccine induced carcinoma,” “vaccine associated sarcoma (VAS),” or simply “vacco sarcoma” by many who question vaccine policies for pets.
Cancer cachexia (a term referring to progressive severe weight loss) is frequently observed in pets with cancer. Pets with Pets with cancer lose weight partly because of lack of appetite and partly because of cancer-induced altered metabolism.
Vaccine-associated Sarcoma in Dogs. Most types of injectable vaccine and non-vaccine products have rarely been associated with sarcoma development in dogs, but some dogs may develop a site specific sarcoma following rabies vaccination.