Informative and awesome video by Dr. Karen Becker. Please watch and share.
The AHVMA and its members have long expressed concern over animal vaccination practices. While vaccinations provide important protection against a wide number of serious diseases, they can also cause adverse effects ranging from minor discomfort, autoimmune disorders and even death on rare occasions. READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Go to HEMOPET FORMS and fill out the form, and CHOOSE which Titer test/s you are going to have done. i.e. parvo/distemper, rabies RFFIT.
At the bottom of the form you will need to give your CC information. Your CC will not be charged until the samples arrive, and then the cost will be adjusted in regards to a clinic discount.
Once you press SUBMIT at the bottom of the HEMOPET FORM, you will receive forms in your e-mail. YOU MUST PRINT THESE OUT AND BRING WITH YOU TO THE CLINIC.
Fill out the form below to reserve your space and time. An arrival time and a blood draw time will be e-mailed to you. You will also receive information for arrival, what to bring, and where to park.
Saturday DECEMBER 10th, 2016
9am - 1pm
1025 Story Mill road, Bozeman, MT - Paws & People Training facility
Dr. Krista Lorenz
NO DROP IN'S, this is registration only
COST per dog
Distemper/Parvo Titer - $52
Rabies Titer - $98
COST w/ DISCOUNT per dog
note - if we have 10 or more dogs HemoPet will give us a 10% discount.
DIstemper/Parvo - $46.80
Rabies - $88.20
Dr. Lorenz fee per dog - $25
Mailing Fee - $1
OUR TITER CLINIC is almost $100 less than you would expect to pay in a veterinary office, and some pet insurance companies will pay for all or most of the fee. We are working to make TITERING affordable so there are more safe options in your pets health care!
We will be sending the samples to Dr. Dodds lab, HEMOPET, and all Rabies titers will then be sent to Kansas University. Because HEMOPET is a non profit we can get a great rate, and a discount for clinics with 10 or more dogs.
A titer test (pronounced TIGHT er) is a laboratory test measuring the existence and level of antibodies to disease in blood. Antibodies are produced when an antigen (like a virus or bacteria) provokes a response from the immune system. This response can come from natural exposure or from vaccination. (Note: titering is also called serum vaccine antibody titering and serologic vaccine titering.)FULL ARTICLE