This is a sad story, but like many distemper stories, it ends with an enormous dose of hope. When Pawel Hardej’s puppy Ginger came down with distemper last month, he went looking for a way to save her and he found the Wag Out Loud podcast on distemper. That led him to this page andContinue reading “The sad but hopeful legacy of Ginger”
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”
A doctor who had researched canine distemper sent me this video about the origins of the disease. I had heard of some of this, but this was an interesting point of view with perspectives I had not seen.
My interview with Krista of Wag Out Loud was published this week. Please check it out.
Dr. Peter Cook connected with me on LinkedIn and sent me some additional research on ways that the distemper virus may affect humans: View at Medium.com https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/brb3.1920 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9701477/
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
Here’s a video of some of the dogs included within the pages of “Save Dogs From Distemper: The ‘Impossible’ Cure of Dr. Alson Sears.”
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.