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Vaccine Titers in Your Dog and Cat with Dr. Katie Woodley - The Natural Pet Doctor

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Did you know that 150 pound Great Dane will receive the same dosage as a 5 pound Yorkshire Terrier?

Many pet parents are worried about giving too many vaccines to their precious pet and potentially causing harm. But if you don't give vaccines, what happens if they get sick from parvovirus or distemper virus?

Navigating vaccinations in your pets can be difficult and stressful, but did you know you can ask for titers for the core vaccines for your dogs and cats?

In this video, you'll learn:
- What are vaccines
- When you should give vaccines
- How your pet's immune system reacts to vaccines
- What are adjuvants
- What is the duration of immunity of vaccines
- What are vaccine titers and when should you be asking for them

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ABOUT Dr. Katie Woodley - The Natural Pet Doctor
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I am a small animal veterinarian who developed a passion for natural medicine while I was living in New Zealand. My vet career was lucky enough to begin in the beautiful country of New Zealand. I was able to see how living off the land by growing our own vegetables and raising our own animals was the way to live the healthiest versions of ourselves. My pets were lucky to have lots of open space to run around in, and we were always at the beach or the river.

When we moved back to the States five years ago, my husband unfortunately developed an autoimmune disease. As we researched natural medicine options for him to avoid the horrible side effects of the treatment options his doctors were providing him, I realized that I was doing a disservice to my animal patients by not offering these holistic options to them. I began down the integrative medicine route, and I have never been happier. Through nutrition, acupuncture, herbal medicine, essential oils, and supplements, every animal can achieve optimal health or feel their best even when they have a chronic illness or disease like cancer. I currently have my certification in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and I am continuously learning about the other natural modalities and growing my knowledge base every day!

I started this business to provide pet owners with more resources for natural medicine advice and care, because we need to increase awareness of how amazing natural medicine truly is! My mission is to ensure that all pet parents have access to herbal medicine, supplementation and nutritional advice throughout their pet's lifetime. One of my greatest joys is the opportunity to collaborate with both pet parents and other veterinary professionals to ensure access to all available integrative options for pet health care.

Learn more at https://www.thenaturalpetdoctor.com

*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.

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