A short article I wrote about how I got into the canine distemper cause has been published in Mountain Home magazine, which serves central Pennsylvania and the Finger Lakes of Upstate New York, where I live:https://www.mountainhomemag.com/2021/12/01/375325/saving-dogs-from-distemper?
From Liam McEvoy, Nov. 23, 2021 “Firstly, thank you so much for all of the information on your website. We truly believe that the NDV serum saved our dog. My name is Liam, I live in LA and our adopted dog Mamas (border collie mix) was diagnosed with distemper on 10/08/21. We had a PCRContinue reading “Mamas saved from distemper”
Here are the links to the international versions of “Save Dogs From Distemper” PRINT VERSION United States Canada United Kingdom Germany France Spain Italy Japan KINDLE VERSION UNITED STATES CANADA UNITED KINGDOM GERMANY FRANCE SPAIN ITALY Netherlands JAPAN BRAZIL MEXICO AUSTRALIA INDIA
Kind Hearts In Action website Kind Hearts In Action YouTube Channel Save Dogs From Distemper Facebook page Save Distemper Dogs on Twitter Archive of Ed Bond’s distemper discussion board Ed Bond’s original website from May 2000 Resources at Maddie’s Fund: • Everything shelters need to know about canine distemper • Video transcript • Treating CanineContinue reading “Further information and resources”
After 12 years as an activist and 9 years since I began working on the manuscript, “Save Dogs From Distemper: The ‘Impossible’ Cure of Dr. Alson Sears” is now available through Amazon and Kindle direct publishing. This is a story of hope for owners of distemper dogs that explains what I have learned about canineContinue reading “Welcome!”
Tigger Here are the photos and story from El Paso, Texas, posted Dec. 15, 2009
Max battles distemper November 2009: Max had to fight both distemper and pneumonia. He was able to beat the distemper thanks to the spinal tap treatment discovered by Dr. Al Sears and used by a vet in Austin, Texas. It has taken him longer to beat the pneumonia, but he seems to be turning theContinue reading “Our latest video story”
Unfortunately, many dog owners do not find out about this treatment until it is too late. When treatment is delayed too long, the dog usually dies. In medical science there are no absolute guarantees, but if a dog is treated quickly and properly with Dr. Sears’ protocols, there is a good chance of recovery.