San Antonio, Texas
Twelve puppies and dogs were reported to have been saved by NDV-induced serum. Received July 27, 2011.
Simba was saved with the NDV-induced serum. Received June 17, 2011
Mr. Blue is an English bulldog puppy saved with serum. Received May 31, 2011.
Ten dogs were saved during a recent outbreak of distemper in Florida. Received May 25, 2011
A second report on serum use. Received April 15, 2011
The NDV serum is credited with saving the life of Lucky, another Texas dog. Received April 3, 2011.
Hachi is a thriving puppy now that he was treated for canine distemper. Received Feb. 25, 2011
Two puppies saved with shots of NDV. Received Feb. 14, 2011
Fort Worth, Texas
Phantom was treated with serum and is recovering. Received Feb. 10, 2011
Sumi is a Miami-area dog saved with the serum. Received Jan. 13, 2011
Five dogs saved by Dr. Sears’ serum in Hungary. Received Dec. 16, 2010
A Texas puppy saved with the help of Dr. Sears’ serum. Received Aug. 1, 2010
A “shout out” to Dr. Sears on the recovery of this dog from Austin, Texas. Received July 24, 2010.
A report from a clinic in Mexico that used the NDV to save a distemper dog. Received June 15, 2010.
A report on the first NDV-induced serum made there. Received May 28, 2010
A dog treated in Orlando with Dr. Sears’ serum and has made a complete recovery. Received April 12, 2010.
How a dog in the Fort Lauderdale area survived canine distemper because of Dr. Sears’ treatment. Received Feb. 19, 2010.
Received January 26, 2009
Hi all, This is my experience & knowledge of Dr. Sears’ treatment. It was just too long to post as a comment, so I made a blog for it. Hope this helps get the information out to someone who needs it.
Jennifer Tseng Yarbrough
From: “Shari & James Nadal”
From: “james&shari” email@example.com
Hello Ed, I just wanted to write you a note to say thank you for taking the time and effort to post all of the information about Dr. Sears.
POSTED 2/9/2001 — “Bailey was adopted from the Pensacola animal shelter in the late summer of 2000. He was about eight months old. He seemed OK at the time, perhaps a little scared or confused, but in less than a week he was completely lethargic and could not even keep water down. My veterinarian, Dr. Susan Wells of Lillian Veterinary Clinic in Lilian, Alabama, ran some tests and diagnosed distemper. After finding your web site, I immediately called Dr. Sears’ office and requested a shipment of serum. We received the shipment two days later and the vet administered it. In less than 24 hours, Bailey was eating, drinking, able to keep it all down and his bowel movements were beginning to become more normal. We brought him home two days later and he has been happy, healthy and full of energy ever since. He is now a little over a year old and has gained 30 pounds since we first got him six months ago. My vet and I truly feel this is thanks to Dr. Sears’ cure. We had tried everything to get him better, but nothing worked until the serum. We were just ecstatic and ran around telling everyone we could about Dr. Sears.”
But one of Susan Kovacs’ dogs we couldn’t save. Distemper is such a nasty virus because it can attack different dogs in very different ways. Daisy suffered the neurological attack first.
1/30/2001 — This is Bear, a german shepherd mix rescued from a pound and is thought to be about nine months old. Here’s what her owners had to say:
8/10/2000 — This is Dot, who might be a Australian Shepherd – Corgi mix. She was rescued out of the West Valley Animal Shelter at the end of July, and developed the signs of distemper within a couple of days. Her rescuer, now owner, Teresa, got her to Dr. Sears in time, and Dot has recovered.
Here is Dot’s story.
“THANK YOU, so much, Dr. Sears! Thank you Ed Bond, and Terri Haase, for putting this important information out there for others to find and hopefully, save their animals too.”
|6/13/2000 — This is Kassi, whose owner, Blake, found my website only days after I put up these pages in May and got her to Dr. Sears in time. A six-month old puppy, Kassi had just been rescued from a shelter but quickly showed the early signs of distemper, including a green mucous discharge from the nose. “She is another success story for Dr. Sears,” Blake [Resqpet@aol.com] says. “He even has my vet’s attention, he got some of the serum for his practice. . .The titer test shows no signs of the virus at all. Thank you so much for your site, it saved little Kassi’s life for sure.”If you have a dog who has been saved by Dr. Sears, please let me know. I’d like to post other before/after photosof distemper-surviving dogs and your comments on this page.
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