My dog died a painful agonizing death after getting Cytopoint injection.

linda2147

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if you are near any vet teaching school or hospital that is the place to take her. if anyone can help her its them.

In the meantime try colloidial silver. mix it with water and spray her several times a day. get unscented baby wipes and wipe her feet, face and bellly every time she comes in from outside, don't use anything scented around her, no scented candles, air freshners, ect and use uncented laundry products when you wash her bedding.
If its a food allergy put her on a raw diet. if you want pointers on feeding raw I can help with that, I've been a raw feeder for many years.
 

kevhasel11

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if you are near any vet teaching school or hospital that is the place to take her. if anyone can help her its them.

In the meantime try colloidial silver. mix it with water and spray her several times a day. get unscented baby wipes and wipe her feet, face and bellly every time she comes in from outside, don't use anything scented around her, no scented candles, air freshners, ect and use uncented laundry products when you wash her bedding.
If its a food allergy put her on a raw diet. if you want pointers on feeding raw I can help with that, I've been a raw feeder for many years.
Hi Linda:

I also have a German Shephard, and I would love to hear about how to be a raw feeder. My GS just turned 3 yrs old, and she has ichy skin which i would like to fix.

Thanks in advance

Kev
 

linda2147

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I change the protein source so I'll tell you chiucken then everything is the same except the protein source. Remove skin from chicken then grind it up bones and all For every ten pounds of chicken grind up a pound or so of liver and gizzards mix it all together.

Get a box of honest kitchen, mix about a quarter cup of it with warm water and let it set until it thickens then add to the meat. I also add one tablespoon of missing link for skin and coat this is all the vitamins and minerals she may be mising in the diet. Honest kitchen is the "greens" fruits and beggies I also give one pro biootic two glucosamine and one fish oil pill daily. don't mix the last three with the foo

feed two to three percent of body weight over two meals a day. Don't over feed as raw is all nutrients so she may tend to gain weight. You'll also notice a change in the poop. It should look like a tootsie roll. if its to hard cut back on the bone, if to soft add more bone. dogs can eat bones as long as they are raw cooking them makes them b rittle or if you prefer you can add powdered bone meal but be sure its for animals as they also make one for plants which is toxic to animals.

I also make my own treats, so if you want to do that let me know.
 

linda2147

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for the itchy skin get a bottle of colloidial silver mix with water and spray the dog two or three times a day. Also get unscented baby wipes and wipe her face, belly and feet everytime she comes in from outside this will get off as much as possible of the irritants. Don't use anything scented around her like swcented candles , air freshners, or laundry products you use to use on washing her bedding ect. if its a food allergy then you have to find the source of protein she is allergic to. A sign of allergies is ear infections, chewing the tail and groin area. You can also put two drops of colloidial silver in each ear, this will kill any bacteria and yeast in her ears.
 

Anildaj

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Wow this is really scary.... I was ready to give my dog a second injection of this. She just got it on February 2. It is February 17 today and she's already itching and red skin again. I thought it said 4-8 week relief. I called my vet and he said just give her another shot. The dermatologist and allergy specialist has appointments only available in March. I don't want to wait and let her skin get as bad as it was before. But I definitely will not do another cytopoint.

I will call around for a specialist even if we have to travel.

She is only 5 months old.

What else do you guys do for your pets to help manage allergies? Which testing is best?

Oh man I just wish I could take the injection out of her little body now :(
I’m sorry to hear that about your puppy, She is so young to suffer from alergies. My dog stars itching everytimes she gets vaccinated or if she eats dry food. Vaccines are killing our furry babies. I cook for my babies no longer on dry food and did a lots of research on vaccines and kibles. To my opinion vaccines are distroying their immune system and the issues star with the digestive system, food alergies etc... It is important to give your baby probiotic daily especilly after she gets her vaccines. I have added to their food Cilandro and Parsley, they are very good at cleaning the heavy metals found in these vaccines. I wish you best of luck with your puppie and hope she gets better. 🙏🙏
 

Anildaj

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Dear Susan,
I’m really sorry for your loss 😢
Your baby did not die in vain. Your story saved mine and many other dogs for sure. Thank you so much for sharing your story. My vet recommended recently to give my 2 year old the Cytopoint and I refused. I am not fan of vaccines. He gave me the name and ask me to research. After reading your story I was happy I refused to allow him to inject this deadly vaccine. I will never return back to that office, so Thank you again!!
 

springer2016

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Hello my boy Scooby an ESS has idiopathic and epilepsy and been having Cytopoint injections as has terrible itchiness. Had a shot Saturday and later that day had two seizures worse than ever. Next morning another one. No coincidence won’t be having another one. It is terrible. He was v tired too. Sorry to you guys whose dogs have died I’m am so sorry x
 

Jitterbug s mom

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Just got back from jitterbug getting his first shot wish I had read this before..... Jitterbug took apaquel did great but night4 he couldn't stop vomiting and diarrhea. Took him back in morning to vet they gave him more meds to help but said stop apaquel. Called the makers told their tech what happened they made a report gave me the number I said I will tell vet. Symptoms for that were as hard to find as cytopoint. So I'm sitting here with jitterbug hoping and praying he will be ok....I'm so sorry for everyone's loss...if not for this type of forum no one would know about the bad effects
 

RobBob C.

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Sam is my 8 year old German Shepherd / Rottweiler companion, about 55 lbs.
Sam’s visit began at Banfield Pet Hospital at 9:28 am on Nov. 2, 2021, with Takaai Tamura, DVM. Sam was presented for Lethargy / low energy symptoms.

Previously on October 15th, Sam had received 60 mg of Cytopoint injectable by Dr. Staton. By November 2nd, Sam’s energy level was lethargic to the point of - not eating or drinking water.

Dr. Tamura ran diagnostic blood tests, then determined that Sam may have Addison’s disease. Sam needed an emergency IV for fluids. Dr. Tamura referred me to Sage emergency hospital.

At Sage, Dr. Gerado Martin del Campo diagnosed Lethargy, Weight Loss, Anorexia, Elevated Renal Values and Abnormal Electrolytes. He recommended to admit Sam for emergency treatment and further tests. I elected to treat Sam at home with outpatient hospice care from me. Sage injected Sam with fluids and sent him home with Amoxi/clavu tablets and an appetite stimulant.

Sam’s energy level at home is low but stable. I hand feed him boiled chicken about 4 ounces at a time, until he will take no more. He drinks water in proportion with his movement and eating habits. Please note that Sam does not present any other symptoms of Addison Disease such as vomiting, diarrhea, drinking, and urinating excessively, stomach pain, stomach problems, bloody stools, low temperature, shaking, or joint pain.

I called the Zoetis help desk on November 4th and spoke with their representative: Jacklyn. We created a case file for reference: #2021-68360.

Jacklyn recorded all the information about Sam’s recent history with Cytopoint. We agreed that his present lethargic condition could be related to the Cytopoint injection administered on October 15th. This condition may resolve itself without further expensive tests and hospital treatment.

Jacklyn also invited Sam’s DVMs to contact the Zoetis veterinarians for consultation at their phone number: 1-888-Zoetis1 (1-888-963-8471). Please reference case number: 2021-68360.

Below are the published statistics on the known effects of Cytopoint.

Please note that Sam presents:
Anorexia 6.2% (10)
Lethargy 5.6% (9)

The cost of Sam’s emergency episode is ongoing at:
Sage Pet Hospital $385.14
Banfield Hospital $210.00 + $72/mo wellness program

As of 11/06, Sam's energy level is very low, he won't eat anything, but he drinks water and milk occasionally.
He is alert, happy, in no distress or showing any other signs of Addison's.
I continue to give him hospice care at home. I pray he recovers with the Grace of God ♥ his wonderful Creator!

Conclusion: This letter is Notice to all parties that I request the full medical and financial assistance of the Principals, Doctors and Agents of the manufacturer, Zoetis, and of Banfield Pet Hospital to resolve Sam’s condition and return him to full health.

Thank You for your attention and for your compassionate concern about Sam’s health, and for my life’s stability.
Email: RobbV@Crifasi.net
 

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linda2147

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cyropoint is a terrible shot, but do your research on banfield. they have a terrible reputation and hundreds of negative reviews. that is not a place where I'd take my animals to.
 

TTouch

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I am sorry to hear about your dog.... my suggestion is to report this to your countries vet medicines board, not just to the manufacturer, Zoetis as they will not be objective about a drug that is making them millions and will not take it off the market or suspend it until these many instances are investigated properly
but he drinks water and milk
Milk will give your dog diarrhea , that will cause dehydration and that will cause more lathargy, so go purchase some pet electrolyes and add to his water and until you can get some mix a spoon of powdered glucose and a pinch of salt into his water
 

RobBob C.

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cyropoint is a terrible shot, but do your research on banfield. they have a terrible reputation and hundreds of negative reviews. that is not a place where I'd take my animals to.
Thank you TTouch ☺ You're so right about Banfield! Each vet sold me a different opinion and different products to treat it.
No doctor there mentioned the possible adverse events to Cytopoint and Rimadyl!
They say he suffers from "Addison's Disease" (that's their cash cow!)
I did the research myself through this thread and others to find out the truth.
I opened the case with Zoetis, Banfield did not.

We fed Sam with a pastry bag this morning, and he's feeling stronger from it!
I don't give him milk anymore, Just water and a organic food that we blend from scratch! (ha! no pun).
My friend from Fiji concocted boiled chicken, some ground beef, spinach, bell pepper, cilantro and spinach together.
Blended into Puree, then thinned to slurry with chicken broth.
So far, he's held about 4 ounces down, and is more alert and stronger.
He sips water when I induce him to drink, otherwise, the antibody in Cytopoint that neutralizes the proteins to trigger "licking" seems to turn off his instinct to lap it up!
Those Bastards!!
 


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