Dr. Todd Cooney is a fellow homeopathic vet with a busy practice that offers Puppy Wellness packs. He’s seen more parvo cases in the past decade that I have in forty years of practice.
What’s most interesting to hear in my interview today is how Dr. Cooney’s parvo experience (with 20 years of vaccinating for parvo) shifted 180º when he stopped vaccinating and used homeopathic prevention instead.
Luckily, Todd kept good records on these many, many cases and he presents some striking data that shows vaccines were causing more damage than he ever realized.
Some of the highlights you’ll hear in today’s interview:
“Vaccine failure” was and still is very common with parvo vaccine. It’s not unusual for 40% of vaccinated pups to still get parvo!
When vaccinated pups came down with parvo, they died far more often than those who’d had zero vaccines. Dr. Cooney shares his data that he’s also presenting to the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association’s Annual Conference 2020
Dr. Cooney’s clients seek out nosode prevention and his clinic population hasn’t seen a case of parvo in nearly three years.
The only parvo cases they see? Those referred by local vets! They know homeopathy from Dr. Cooney will have far greater success than their conventional methods.
The immune system in animals who were vaccinated even once appears to let them down if parvo strikes at any age.
Parvo is everywhere dogs live. Protection is important, but you’ll want to hear HOW to best prevent this disease, and it’s clearly NOT vaccinations.
Dr. Cooney shares his top parvo remedies with us and their indications for use.
Be sure to tune in to hear this episode if you are a dog owner. Dr. Todd Cooney has the working vet’s data that can intelligently inform your prevention decisions.
The Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy [Dr. Cooney is on the faculty]
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