Favorite Animals and Transfer Factors
Our pets, cats, dogs, hamsters and mice also need treatment and support for health. They are mammals, which means they drink mother’s milk and they have health problems.
In domestic animals, most chronic diseases have impaired immunity. Veterinarians of America have long been using the natural drug Transfer Factor to increase immunity. Transfer factors, without giving side effects, greatly increase the chances of animals to recover from diseases that cannot be defeated with the standard treatment approach: plague, pyroplasmosis, etc.
Some diseases can be cured by using homeopathic remedies, which is expensive and not effective, and the path to recovery can be very long, often even several years, if the animal is weak.
Transfer Factors can significantly shorten this path, restoring the balanced functioning of your pet’s immune system.
In addition, even periodic use of transfer factors can give animals several additional years of active life.
Recommendations from Veterinarians Using 4 Life Research Products
Note: dosage based on the weight of the animal.
Rabbit 1 month
Some veterinarians start with a small amount of Factor Plus Transfer per day and gradually increase the dosage. The contents of the capsules can be mixed with food or given directly into the mouth in the form of a capsule or mixed with water and given with a syringe. To enhance the effectiveness, you can increase the dosage in two to three times (loading dose).
Five years ago, when Dr. Birlingham began using Transfer Factor ™ and Transfer Factor Plus in veterinary practice, he did not count on the results that he managed to obtain. However, he believes that for the best result it makes sense to apply the transfer factor as early as possible and in sufficiently large doses. And it is justified. Transfer factors – dose-dependent drugs. Therefore, at large dosages, the effect is more likely to occur.
“Usually it is a serious bacterial or viral infection and a large enough number of transfer factors are needed in order to deal with the infection.”
I recently placed a four-month-old puppy in my clinic. He had bloody diarrhea and all the symptoms of the plague. To the traditional treatment with antibiotics, antiemetics and droppers, I added Transfer Factor ™. The puppy returned home after 3 days.
I’m sorry that I didn’t know about Transfer Factor before. ”
Disorders of the immune system in animals
Almost everything that happens to us or our animals, with the exception of trauma – for example, broken bones – is related to immune system disorders. Environmental pollution, drug overdose, and a nutrient-poor diet threaten our immune health.
The key to self-healing is a strong defense system that protects dogs and cats from the entire spectrum of germs from flu to cancer.
Holistic (from the word whole whole) veterinarians believe that a weak immune system plays a key role in causing the disease. Medicines do not help strengthen immunity.
Antibiotics fight infection, but they do not affect the cause of a weakened immune system. That is why holistic veterinarians focus not on what caused the disease, but on what affects the body’s defense system.
Immune system disorders fall into two categories:
1. Immunodeficiencies – when the immune system can not identify the invaders and does not give a signal for their timely destruction.
2. Autoimmune disorders – when the immune system confuses its cells with strangers and gives a signal to self-destruction. Transfer Factor Classic and Tray (formerly called Advance) and Transfer Factor Plus is used in cases of autoimmune disorders.
They are directed against pathogens, viruses and other invaders.
Cardio Transfer Factor is great for restoring cardiovascular activity
Transfer factor glucouche helps in the restoration of the pancreas, liver and gastrointestinal tract. Regulates many metabolic processes.
Pitfalls of vaccination
Routine vaccination has side effects, both short-term and long-term. If vaccinated every year, the frequency and severity of these effects in animals is gradually increasing.
Most problems affect the immune system. Vaccines are designed to stimulate the immune system. But this happens in such an unnatural way that it can cause malfunctions and serious violations in its work.
For effective vaccination, it is necessary to use vaccines that carry a small amount of antigens (2-4), since the use of polyvalent vaccines that carry 6 or more antigens may not cause an adequate immune response, and the animal will remain unprotected from infection.
Another important reason is that among domestic animals there are those (and their number, unfortunately, is growing), the body of which is not able to produce antibodies in response to the introduction of the vaccine. This may be due to ecology, stress, or genetic degeneration of the breed.