"Give Them a Chance: Surviving Canine Distemper"

Dr. Liat Zilkha, DVM and Tal Shohamy, MAief will present their unique treatment plan for Canine Distemper. Dr. Zilkha is one of only a handful of veterinarians that has used this treatment protocol, and is training other veterinarians on its use in the hopes that it will one day prove to be a more effective treatment for Distemper.

Distemper is a contagious and serious virus with no known cure. In dogs or animals with weak immune systems, death may result two to five weeks after the initial infection.

The Heart of Texas Labrador Retriever Club (HOTLRC) is sponsoring the discussion and has invited the public to its speaker forum.


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  • Ron H.

    Invaluable information from a veterinarian that uses a unique procedure that can reverse the effects of the fatal canine distemper, even in its advanced stage. Even considered today to be no cure by almost all veterinarians, a very large percentage of dogs have been sparred a cruel and heart-breaking death.
    Generally, puppies that have been properly vaccinated are not at risk for canine distemper. The greatest number of cases are from shelters.
    Information on this veterinarian practice can be found at www.whiteangelvet.com.
    It was a disappointing turnout for the ALR group, as only 1 member attended, which was me. At least I am happy to have found this information and am able to share it with you, should any of your dogs need another chance for life.

    September 14, 2012

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