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Lost Arts Radio Show #156 - Special Guest Dr. John Robb

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A few weeks ago, a listener in California, who understands that vaccines are damaging and do not do what they claim, asked me if there was anything she could do to save her dog from being forced to get the rabies shot. Wanting to be a responsible citizen, she had licensed her dog and was therefore now being told the vaccine was required. I hadn't thought as much about forced vaccination for animals as for humans, but realized it is a high priority subject, as animals are valued members of many people's families and need our protection.

I was aware that many animals have been killed or injured by vaccines, and that animal vaccines are full of poisons, just like the ones given to humans. I called some vets around where the listener lived in Southern California, and learned that the rabies vaccine was being promoted as free of mercury. Being familiar with how medical vaccines are advertised, I suspected two things right away: it was probably not really free of mercury, and that it was most likely full of aluminum and all kinds of other toxins and contaminants. Making dogs sick for life means much more money for the veterinary industry, just like it does with the human medical industry, which damages human patients with toxic drugs and vaccines known by the deceptive title of "medicine."

I started calling other vets, including those claiming to be holistic. I found one in particular in Connecticut, Dr. John Robb, DVM (www.protectthepets.com) , who has been trying to at least get the required dosage of the rabies shot reduced. For that, he has been attacked, demonized, smeared, arrested and more, yet he continues to work for a new kind of veterinary care in which animals are actually cared for.

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