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    Exclamation Dr. Schultz NEW YORK Vaccine Seminar 4/20/13

    NEW YORK April 2013 Vaccine Seminar with Dr. Ronald Schultz

    The Pets Perspective is a hosting a vaccine seminar, What everyone Needs to Know About Canine/Feline Vaccines & Vaccination Programs, with Dr. Ronald Schultz to benefit The Rabies Challenge Fund http://blogger.thepetsperspective.co...minar-4-20-13/ (please copy & paste link into browser if it doesn't work by clicking on it).

    When: Saturday, April 20, 2013, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST

    Where: Creekside Banquet Facility Cheektowaga, NY

    Cost: $75 includes lunch, seminar & program book.

    Contact: Kelly Ann Bebak (kelly@thepetsperspective.com)
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    PENNSYLVANIA Rabies Medical Exemption Bill SB 155 (January 2013)
    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/...r=0155&pn=0107 has been introduced for a 3rd time by Senator Greenleaf & has been referred to the Senate Agriculture Committee (link to Senator Greenleaf's memo reintroducing this bill http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...&cosponId=9832).

    What You Can Do to Help

    Please contact members below asking them to vote to pass this bill, SB 155, for dogs and cats determined by a veterinarian to be too ill to be vaccinated.

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    Senator Elder Vogel, Chair (717) 787-3076 Evogel@pasen.gov
    Senator Michael Waugh, Vice-Chair (717) 787-3817 mwaugh@pasen.gov
    Senator Judith L. Schwank, Minority Chair (717) 787-8925 SenatorSchwank@pasenate.com
    Senator David G. Argall (717) 787-2637 dargall@pasen.gov
    Senator Joseph Scarnati (717) 787-7084 jscarnati@pasen.gov
    Senator Mike Brubaker (717) 787-4420 mbrubaker@pasen.gov
    Senator Robert Robbins (717) 787-1322 rrobbins@pasen.gov
    Senator Gene Yaw (717) 787-3280 gyaw@pasen.gov
    Senator Andrew Dinniman (717) 787-5709 andy@pasenate.com
    Senator Shirley Kitchen (717) 787-6735 kitchen@pasenate.com
    Senator Timothy Solobay (717) 787-1463 tsolobay@pasenate.com

    The Rabies Challenge Fund Letter to Pennsylvania State Veterinarian

    June 29, 2010

    Dr. Craig E. Shultz
    State Veterinarian
    Department of Agriculture
    2301 N. Cameron Street, Room 410
    Harrisburg, PA 17110

    RE: Medical Exemption Clause for Pennsylvania’s Rabies Prevention and Control Code

    Greetings Dr. Shultz:

    On behalf of The Rabies Challenge Fund and the Pennsylvania pet owners who have contacted us requesting assistance, we respectfully request that you, in your capacity as State Veterinarian, initiate medical exemption legislation waiving the rabies immunization requirement in Chapter 16, Subchapter C., §16.43 of the Pennsylvania Code for the small number of animals whose veterinarians have determined their medical conditions preclude vaccination.

    The states of Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin all have medical exemption clauses for sick animals in their rabies immunization laws, and a bill is currently pending in the California legislature to include a waiver in their statutes.

    The labels on rabies vaccines state that they are for “the vaccination of healthy cats, dogs…,” and there are medical conditions for which vaccination can jeopardize the life or well-being of an animal. A medical exemption clause would allow Pennsylvania veterinarians to write waivers for animals whose medical conditions (such as those with cancer, kidney/liver failure, hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, grand mal seizures, and chronic autoimmune disorders) would be exacerbated by rabies vaccination. The State of Maine inserted such an exemption into their 3 year rabies protocol, 7 M.R.S.A., Sec. 3922(3), which became effective in April 2005 -- not one rabid dog has been reported in the more than 5 years since that date. Colorado’s data reflect the same -- there have been no rabid dogs reported in the state since passage of their medical exemption clause in July 2008.

    Maine’s exemption language is as follows:

    A. A letter of exemption from vaccination may be submitted for licensure, if a medical reason exists that precludes the vaccination of the dog. Qualifying letters must be in the form of a written statement, signed by a licensed veterinarian, that includes a description of the dog, and the medical reason that precludes vaccination. If the medical reason is temporary, the letter shall indicate a time of expiration of the exemption.

    B. A dog exempted under the provisions of paragraph 5 A, above, shall be considered unvaccinated, for the purposes of 10-144 C.M.R. Ch.251, Section 7(B)(1), (Rules Governing Rabies Management) in the case of said dog’s exposure to a confirmed or suspect rabid animal.

    The Rabies Challenge Fund strongly urges you to request legislation be submitted on behalf of the Department of Agriculture amending Chapter 16, Subchapter C., §16.43 of the Pennsylvania Code to include medical exemption language for unhealthy animals for which rabies vaccination would compromise their well-being.

    Sincerely,

    Kris L. Christine
    Founder, Co-Trustee
    THE RABIES CHALLENGE FUND
    http://www.RabiesChallengeFund.org
    ledgespring@lincoln.midcoast.com

    cc: Dr. W. Jean Dodds
    Dr. Ronald Schultz
    Pennsylvania General Assembly
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    I have been living with my female lab for seven years with a bad heart. One side pumps but the other side pumps super slow. This means no more then a walk very short distance like to the car and the house. She is ten years old now. I was wanting to split the vaccines up but the vet said they were safe. Lyme shot with rabies and 5 n 1. , next day at park she collapse with back legs not working. Was ready to put her down but heart doctor said their was one last medication to try,thankfully this one enabled her to get around. My sister dog lost control of rear legs for over a year before they started working normally. Well you know what I think of vaccines. I do get flu vacation every five years.

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    PENNSYLVANIA Rabies Medical Exemption Bill SB 155 before the full Senate Monday 2/11/13.

    The bill received unanimous support from the Senate Agriculture Committee Wednesday http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...6/2013&rNbr=35 with an amendment (see amended exemption text Section 2 Subsection F http://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/...r=0155&pn=0368 ) and will be considered by the full Senate on Monday February 11, 2013.

    What You Can Do to Help

    Please contact your Senators http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...act.cfm?body=S & ask them to support SB 155. Share this action alert & ask any of your pet-owning friends in Pennsylvania to contact their Senators to support the bill.

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    CALIFORNIA ACTION ALERT: Rabies Bill AB 272 introduced by Assemblyman Gomez seeks to lower required age of vaccination to 12 weeks from the current 16 weeks http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/13-14/...ntroduced.html .

    What You Can Do to Help:

    Please contact Mr. Gomez & ask him to WITHDRAW this bill! assemblymember.gomez@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2051

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    Below is my letter to Assemblymember Gomez on behalf of The Rabies Challenge Fund.

    February 13, 2013

    Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez
    State Capitol
    P.O. Box 942849
    Sacramento, CA 94249-0051

    RE: AB 272 An Act to Amend Section 121690 of the Health and Safety Code Relating to Rabies

    Greetings Assemblymember Gomez:

    Assembly Bill AB 272 which you have introduced seeking to lower the age at which dogs must be vaccinated against rabies from 4 months to 3 months is ill-advised and scientifically unfounded. The bill seeks to address a problem in the canine community that does not exist, as the California Department of Public Health’s statistics in Reported Animal Rabies Data make abundantly clear: bats and other wildlife pose the major threat of rabies transmission to the public, not dogs under the age of 4 months.

    Three cases of rabies in dogs since 2007 (no mention of them being dogs under 4 months of age), as opposed to 981 rabid bats and 147 rabid skunks for the same period, evidences the fact that the current law requiring puppies to be vaccinated against rabies by 4 months of age is effective at controlling rabies in California’s canine community and does not need to be changed.

    Lowering the age at which puppies are required to have their first rabies shot from 4 months to 3 months would be counterproductive. Puppies are finishing up their other vaccinations (distemper, hepatitis, parvo) at 12 weeks (3 months) of age, and adding a rabies vaccine into the mix will not only increase the likelihood of adverse reactions, but also the probability that the vaccine components will interfere with each other and neutralize or negate the desired immunological response.

    Contributing to the chance that rabies vaccination at 3 months may not be effective is the continued presence of maternal antibodies. According to the 2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines, the most common reason for vaccination failure is "the puppy has a sufficient amount of passively acquired maternal antibody (PAMA) to block the vaccine......" [1] They elaborate by reporting that at the ages of 14 to 16 weeks of age, "PAMA should be at a level that will not block active immunization in most puppies (>95%) when a reliable product is used." After the age of 16 weeks (4 months), the maternal antibodies are reduced to a level at which they should not reduce the rabies vaccine's effectiveness.

    Vaccinating puppies at too young an age can be ineffective. The 2003 American Animal Hospital Association's (AAHA) Canine Vaccine Guidelines reports on Page 16 that: "When vaccinating an animal, the age of the animal, the animal's immune status, and interference by maternal antibodies in the development of immunity must be considered. Research has demonstrated that the presence of passively acquired maternal antibodies interferes with the immune response to many canine vaccines, including CPV, CDV, CAV-2 and rabies vaccines.” [2]

    As it currently stands, the law requiring puppies to be vaccinated at 4 months of age is and has been effective at controlling rabies in California’s canine population. There is no epidemiological or scientific rationale for changing this law and prematurely exposing puppies to the potentially harmful, sometimes fatal, adverse side affects of the rabies vaccine prior to the age of 4 months.

    On behalf of The Rabies Challenge Fund and the many concerned California pet owners who have requested our assistance, I strongly urge you to withdraw AB 272.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Kris L. Christine
    Founder, Co-Trustee
    THE RABIES CHALLENGE FUND
    www.RabiesChallengeFund.org

    cc: Dr. W. Jean Dodds
    Dr. Ronald Schultz
    California Assembly
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    [1] American Animal Hospital Association Canine Vaccine Task Force. 2006 Canine Vaccine Guidelines, Recommendations, and Supporting Literature, 28pp.
    [2] American Animal Hospital Association Canine Vaccine Task Force. 2003 Canine Vaccine Guidelines, Recommendations, and Supporting Literature, 28pp.
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    MICHIGAN Rabies Bill SB 118 ACTION ALERT: Senator Rick Jones has introduced legislation which would lower to 3 months the age at which puppies in large-scale breeding facilities must have rabies vaccinations http://www.legislature.mi.gov/docume...3-SIB-0118.htm. The Rabies Challenge Fund is concerned about the health impact this would have on those puppies if this bill passes with this change in it and that it will lead to a law change requiring all Michigan puppies to be vaccinated against rabies at the age of 3 months instead of at 4 months as the dog laws currently require. The bill has been assigned to the Senate Agriculture Committee for consideration.

    What You Can Do to Help:

    Contact the bill sponsors and members of the Senate Agriculture Committee and request that they delete the language in this bill which lowers the age at which puppies in large-scale breeding facilities to 3 months.

    Bill Sponsors Contact Information:

    Senator Rick Jones SenRJones@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-3447 fax: (517) 373-5849
    Sen. Steve Bieda SenSBieda@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-8360 fax: (517) 373-9230
    Sen. Tory Rocca SenTRocca@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-7315 fax: (517) 373-3126
    Sen. Tonya Schuitmaker SenTSchuitmaker@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-0793 fax: (517) 373-5607
    Sen. Glenn S. Anderson SenGAnderson@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-1707 fax: (517) 373-3935
    Sen. John Proos SenJProos@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-63960 fax: (517) 373-0897
    Sen. Mike Kowall SenJKowall@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-1758 fax: (517) 373-0938
    Sen. JohnPappageorge SenJPappageorge@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-2523 fax: (517) 373-5669
    Sen. Jim Marleau jimmarleau@senate.michigan.gov (248) 724-2442 fax: (517) 373-2694

    Senate Agriculture Committee Members Contact Information:

    Senator Joe Hune, Chair SenJHune@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-2420 fax: (517) 373-2764
    Sen. Darwin L. Booher SenDBooher@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-1725 fax: (517) 373-0741
    Sen. Judy K. Emmons SenJEmmons@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-3760 fax: (517) 373-8661
    Sen. Goeff Hansen SenGHansen@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-1635 fax: (517) 373-3300
    Sen. Virgil Smith senvsmith@senate.michigan.gov (517) 373-7918 fax: (517) 373-5227
    Committee clerk: mhart@senate.michigan.gov

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    Below is my letter to Senators Jones and Hune on behalf of The Rabies Challenge Fund:

    February 15, 2013

    Senator Rick Jones Senator Joe Hune, Chair Agriculture Committee
    State Capitol State Capitol
    Fax: (517) 373-5849 Fax: (517) 373-2764
    SenRJones@senate.michigan.gov SenJHune@senate.michigan.gov

    RE: SB 118 to Amend Dog Law 1919 PA 339 MCL 287.261-287.290

    Greetings Senators Jones and Hune:

    Senate Bill SB 118, which would lower the age at which puppies in large-scale breeding facilities must be vaccinated against rabies from 4 months to 3 months, will result in an increase the number of puppies who will fail to elicit a proper immune response to rabies as well as increase the likelihood of adverse reactions to the vaccine. This portion of the bill appears to address a non-existent problem in the canine community, as the data reported in the government summary maps of all rabies positive cases in Michigan illustrate: bats and skunks pose the major public health threat, not puppies under the age of 4 months.

    Michigan’s summary maps indicate that over the 34 years from 1978 through 2012 there were 14 rabid dogs (no mention of puppies under 4 months of age), 16 rabid horses, 27 rabid cats, 128 rabid skunks, and 1,279 rabid bats. These data evidence the fact that this segment of current law requiring puppies to be vaccinated against rabies by 4 months of age is effectively controlling rabies in Michigan’s canine community amongst large-scale and small-scale breeders and does not need to be changed.

    Lowering the age at which puppies, whether in litters of large-scale or small-scale breeders, are required to have their first rabies shot from 4 months to 3 months would be counterproductive. At the age of 3 months (12 weeks), puppies are finishing up their initial series of other vaccinations (distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus). Mandating that these young animals be vaccinated against rabies at the same time will not only increase the likelihood of adverse reactions (some of which can be lethal), but also the probability that the vaccine components will interfere with each other and neutralize or negate the appropriate immunological response sought.

    Augmenting the probability that rabies vaccination at 3 months may not be effective is the continued presence of maternal antibodies. According to the 2006 American Animal Hospital Association's Canine Vaccine Guidelines, the most common reason for vaccination failure is "the puppy has a sufficient amount of passively acquired maternal antibody (PAMA) to block the vaccine......" [1] They elaborate by reporting that at the ages of 14 to 16 weeks of age, "PAMA should be at a level that will not block active immunization in most puppies (>95%) when a reliable product is used." After the age of 16 weeks (4 months), the maternal antibodies are reduced to a level at which they should not reduce the rabies vaccine's effectiveness.

    Vaccinating puppies at too young an age can be ineffective. Keeping in mind that rabies vaccines are “killed” vaccines, the 2003 American Animal Hospital Association's (AAHA) Canine Vaccine Guidelines reports on Page 17 that: "… when puppies are first vaccinated at 16 weeks (or more) of age (an age when passively acquired antibodies generally don't cause interference), … two doses of a killed vaccine, are adequate to stimulate an immune response." [2]

    As it currently stands, the law requiring all puppies to be vaccinated at 4 months of age is and has been effective at controlling rabies in Michigan’s canine population. There is no epidemiological or scientific rationale for changing this portion of 1919 PA 339 MCL 287.261-287.290 and needlessly exposing any puppies to the potentially harmful, sometimes fatal, adverse side affects of the rabies vaccine prior to the age of 4 months.

    On behalf of The Rabies Challenge Fund and the concerned Michigan dog owners who have requested our assistance, I strongly urge you to remove the section of this bill which would lower the required age of rabies vaccination for puppies in large-scale breeding facilities to 3 months.

    Respectfully submitted,


    Kris L. Christine

    Founder, Co-Trustee
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    www.RabiesChallengeFund.org
    ledgespring@lincoln.midcoast.com

    cc: Dr. W. Jean Dodds
    Dr. Ronald Schultz
    Michigan Legislature

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    [1] American Animal Hospital Association Canine Vaccine Task Force. 2006 Canine Vaccine Guidelines, Recommendations, and Supporting Literature, 28pp.

    [2] American Animal Hospital Association Canine Vaccine Task Force. 2003 Canine Vaccine Guidelines, Recommendations, and Supporting Literature, 28pp.
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    PENNSYLVANIA Rabies Medical Exemption Bill SB 155 http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...type=B&BN=0155 has been referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee. Please contact Committee Chair, Senator Jake Corman jcorman@pasen.gov (717) 787-1377 & committee members listed below & ask them to SUPPORT this bill so that it will go to the full Senate for a 3rd & final consideration: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...e=3&CteeBody=S

    Senate Appropriations Committee Members

    Sen. Jake Corman, Chair jcorman@pasen.gov (717) 787-1377
    Sen. Vincent J. Hughes, Minority Chair huges@pasenate.gov (717) 787-7112
    Sen. Robert M. Tomlinson, Vice Chair rtomlinson@pasen.gov (717) 787-5072
    Sen. Dominic Pileggi dpileggi@pasen.gov (717) 787-4712
    Sen. Joseph B. Scarnati jscarnati@pasen.gov (717) 787-7084
    Sen. David G. Argall dargall@pasen.gov (717) 787-2637
    Sen. Lisa Baker@pasen.gov (717) 787-7428
    Sen. Mike Brubaker mbrubaker@pasen.gov (717) 787-4420
    Sen. John R. Gordner jgordner@pasen.gov (717) 787-8928
    Sen. Stewart J. Greenleaf sgreenleaf@pasen.gov (717) 787-6599
    Sen. Bob Mensch bmensch@pasen.gov (717) 787-3110
    Sen. John C. Rafferty, Jr.jrafferty@pasen.gov (717) 787-1398
    Sen. Lloyd K. Smucker lsmucker@pasen.gov (717) 787-6535
    Sen. Patricia H. Vance vance@pasen.gov (717) 787-8524
    Sen. Elder A. Vogel, Jr. evogel@pasen.gov (717) 787-3076
    Sen. Randy Vulakovich rvulakovich@pasen.gov (717) 787-6538
    Sen. Michael L. Waugh mwaugh@pasen.gov (717) 787-3817
    Sen. Jim Ferlo, Minority Vice Chair ferlo@pasen.gov (717) 787-6123
    Sen. Jay Costa costa@pasenate.gov (717) 787-7683
    Sen. John Blake senatorblake@pasenate.gov (717) 787-6481
    Sen. Lawrence M. Farnese, Jr. lfarnese@pasen.gov (717) 787-5662
    Sen. Judith L. Schwank SenatorSchwank@pasenate.gov (717) 787-8925
    Sen. Timothy J. Solobay tsolobay@pasenate.gov (717) 787-1463
    Sen. LeAnna M. Washington washington@pasenate.gov (717) 787-1427
    Sen. John N. Wozniak wozniak@pasenate.gov (717) 787-5400
    Sen. John T. Yudichak yudichak@pasenate.gov (717) 787-7105

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    CALIFORNIA RABIES BILL AB 272 seeking to lower the required age of vaccination for dogs from 16 weeks to 12 weeks will have a hearing 3/13/13 before the Assembly Agriculture Comittee http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/13-14/...ntroduced.html.

    What You Can Do to Help:

    Contact Committee Chair Susan Eggman assemblymember.eggman@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2013 & committee members below and ask them TO REJECT this bill.

    California Agriculture Committee Members

    Susan T. Eggman, Chair assemblymember.eggman@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2013
    Kristen Olsen, Vice Chair assemblymember.olsen@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2012
    Toni Atkins assemblymember.atkins@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2078
    Brian Dahle assemblymember.dahle@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2001
    Richard Pan assemblymember.pan@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2009
    Bill Quirk assemblymember.quirk@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2020
    Marioko Yamada assemblymember.yamada@assembly.ca.gov (916) 319-2020

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    NEW ORLEANS 3/7/13 City Council Passes Ordinance to Reduce Rabies Vaccinations from Annually to Once Every 3 Years http://nolacitycouncil.com/content/d...12EAD34FDFE%7D
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