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Available for Interviews

I’ve added a form to the front of the website for media interviews. Or you can use the form below. Media Inquiries Ed Bond, the author of “Save Dogs From Distemper: The ‘Impossible’ Cure of Dr. Alson Sears,” is available for interviews. If you are a member of the media or an animal advocacy group,Continue reading “Available for Interviews”

A history of canine distemper and the search for effective treatments

[Based on research and excerpts from “Save Dogs From Distemper: The ‘Impossible’ Cure of Dr. Alson Sears”] By Ed Bond             The battle to save dogs from canine distemper has been complicated by historic problems in identification and diagnosis, recognizing the cause, developing an effective vaccine, finding effective treatments and understanding how and when aContinue reading “A history of canine distemper and the search for effective treatments”

Resources and information

Have a dog with canine distemper? Here’s some info, depending on what’s going on. Do you have a diagnosis? As Dr. Sears says, “Unless you identify your original problem – diagnosis – if you don’t have diagnosis you haven’t got anything.”  HERE’S SOME ADVICE ON RECOGNIZING THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DISEASE,BUT YOU NEED A VETContinue reading “Resources and information”

Treatment of Neurologic Distemper

This medical protocol covers neurologic forms of distemper which include chorea, seizures, progressive paralysis, blindness. This medical protocol pertains to dogs of all ages who ARE infected with the neurologic forms of distemper. Presence of antidistemper antibodies in the CSF is totally diagnostic of this problem. The neurological symptoms may appear in some dogs asContinue reading “Treatment of Neurologic Distemper”