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Wichita Puppies for sale in Kansas KS     Greetings!   Below is a copy of the letter I faxed to Kay Johnson.  It appears that a vaccine revolution in Kansas has been triggered by the Wichita Eagle article .  There is a rare opportunity to get the various Kansas rabies laws changed to the national standard, and NOW is the time to take action to help!  Dog owners in Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Georgia have contacted me about initiating efforts to change the laws in their states, based on the recent developments in Maine and Kansas.  It's important to remember that as dog owners, we all have a stake in the rabies immunization laws across the country as they tend to spill over state borders; so even if you do not live in Kansas, the rabies immunization laws there could impact you in the future.   What You Can Do to Help:  Please contact Kay Johnson, the Wichita City Council, Kansas Legislators, the Governor, and the Attorney General.  Contact information is below--it's simple to make a phone call or two or copy and paste e-mail addresses to send e-mail messages.  The full e-mail list of Kansas senators and representatives is at the bottom of this message.  Pass this message along to everyone you know and ask them to do the same.  Simple actions multiplied hundreds of times over move mountains!   A reliable source has informed me that Kay Johnson told them she doesn't want dog owners contacting her!!!  Kay Johnson is a public official, and she needs to be reminded that her salary is paid by the public she is supposed to serve -- as her department's mission states:  "Service: We must serve the public as a whole, our customers who seek a product or service from us, and future generations, whose interests are affected by today's actions."   Kay Johnson at Phone  (316) 268-8351 Fax:  (316) 268-8356  Environmental Services1900 E. 9th St. N. Wichita, KS 67214. Kansas Legislators can be contacted by clicking on the link below or by copying and pasting the e-mails at the bottom of this post.     PERMISSION GRANTED TO CROSS-POST THIS MESSAGE   March 19, 2008   Ms. Kay Johnson, Director Environmental Services 1900 East 9th Street N. Wichita, KS 67214   RE: Wichita’s Annual Rabies Immunization Protocol for Dogs   Greetings Ms. Johnson:   It is unconscionable, unprofessional, and reckless for you, as the Director of Environmental Services, to rigidly adhere to a medically unsound annual rabies immunization protocol based on your desire to address a non-compliance issue among irresponsible dog owners. In effect, your policy punishes law-abiding citizens by requiring them to pay for medically unnecessary annual boosters. The rabies vaccine is the most potent of the veterinary vaccines and associated with significant adverse reactions -- it should not be given more often than is necessary to maintain immunity. Adverse reactions such as autoimmune diseases affecting the thyroid, joints, blood, eyes, skin, kidney, liver, bowel and central nervous system; anaphylactic shock; aggression; seizures; epilepsy; and fibrosarcomas at injection sites are linked to rabies vaccinations.   The National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians’ Compendium of Animal Rabies Prevention and Control, 2007( ) states that: “No laboratory or epidemiologic data exist to support the annual or biennial administration of 3- or 4-year vaccines following the initial series.”    Many, if not most or all, annual rabies vaccines are the 3 year vaccine relabeled for annual use -- Colorado State University's Small Animal Vaccination Protocol for its veterinary teaching hospital states: “Even with rabies vaccines, the label may be misleading in that a three year duration of immunity product may also be labeled and sold as a one year duration of immunity product.”   It is my personal opinion that you have set a rabies immunization policy which violates consumer protection laws by requiring pet owners (pet owners are consumers of veterinary services) to pay for annual rabies boosters which their dogs derive no benefit from, and which have the potential to cause harm.   Under Article 8 “Unprofessional Conduct” of the Kansas Administrative Regulations, K.A.R. 70-8-1, one of the acts of unprofessional conduct listed by the Kansas Board of Veterinary Examiners (2A) is administering drugs “when the drugs are not necessary or required for the medical care of animals..” It appears that your annual rabies vaccination policy forces veterinarians into the uncomfortable position of violating their professional code of conduct by obliging them to overvaccinate dogs against rabies in order for their owners to comply with the law.   The first entry under Appendix 2 of the 2003 AmericanAnimalHospital Association’s Canine Vaccine Guidelines “Important Vaccination ‘Do’s and Don’ts” is “Do Not Vaccinate Needlessly – Don’t revaccinate more often than is needed….” They also caution: “Do Not Assume that Vaccines Cannot Harm a Patient – Vaccines are potent medically active agents and have the very real potential of producing adverse events.”   The American Veterinary Medical Association's 2001 Principles of Vaccination states that “Unnecessary stimulation of the immune system does not result in enhanced disease resistance, and may increase the risk of adverse post-vaccination events.”They elaborate by reporting that: “Possible adverse events include failure to immunize, anaphylaxis, immunosuppression, autoimmune disorders, transient infections, and/or long-term infected carrier states."   In the Mission Statement for the department of which you are the Director (, it lists as one of the core values, principles and operating philosophy by which you are supposed to be guided: “Integrity: We are committed to truth, accuracy, and fairness.” Your annual rabies immunization protocol fails to meet this standard of integrity.    I strongly urge you to immediately revise Wichita’s misguided annual rabies immunization policy and adopt the national triennial standard.   Sincerely,    Kris L. Christine Founder, Co-Trustee THE RABIES CHALLENGE FUND   cc:       Diane McCartney, Wichita Eagle            Attorney General Stephen N. Six             Consumer Protection Division, Attorney General’s Office   Kansas Senators and Representatives E-mails:   

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Wichita Puppies for sale in Wyoming WY   WYOMING Rabies Laws       Following a 3/22/08 article entitled Vaccine overkill? in the Wyoming News  by Baylie Davis and inspired by encouraging developments in Kansas,  Wyoming dog breeders have contacted Wyoming's Governor, Attorney General as well as the Mayor of Cheyenne imploring the state to adopt the national  standard of a 3 year rabies vaccination protocol.  They need your assistance to help them get the annual rabies booster ordinances in the state changed.   What You Can Do To Help       Please contact any/or all of the Wyoming public officials listed below. You can copy and paste e-mail addresses listed.  I will be sending a letter of support as well and will keep you updated on developments.  After the Wyoming contact list, there will be updated information on rabies law efforts in Kansas and Arkansas as well.   PERMISSION GRANTED TO CROSS-POST THIS MESSAGE   Wyoming Contacts   Attorney General Bruce A. Salzburg  Phone:  (307) 777-7841  Fax: (307) 777-6869; Consumer Protection Division 307-777-7874 or 1-800-438-5799 Fax: 307-777-7956 Kansas Rabies Law Update & Arkansas Dog Owners Organizing to Challenge Arkansas Rabies Laws   Kansas:   Dog owners have started a petition to get annual rabies laws in the state changed to the national 3 year standard.  They are planning to have petitions available for dog owners to sign at the upcoming Yappy Days event on March 29th from 9-4 at the Kansas Coliseum, Pavilion II .  The petition is posted online at .  Activities in Kansas were sparked by a March 18, 2008 article in the Wichita Eagle entitled, Are Annual Shots a Risk for Dogs? by Diane McCartney.   Arkansas:  Dog owners are organizing to change their annual rabies laws.  A Yahoo group, Arkansas Rabies Vaccine Info function clearText(thefield){ if (thefield.defaultValue==thefield.value) thefield.value = "" }  has been started to coordinate efforts, please join if you are interested. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________  Wichita to Form Rabies Vaccination Committee   I received the notice below on March 25, 2008.  How unfortunate that Wichita is not including a member of their dog-owning public on this committee.                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:   Kay Johnson, Director of Environmental Services, 268-8351   City to Form Rabies Vaccination Committee   The City of Wichita is forming an ad hoc committee to review the schedule for rabies vaccinations, Interim Wichita City Manager Ed Flentje announced on Tuesday.   The committee will review the latest information on rabies prevention and control and make recommendations, said Kay Johnson, Director of Environmental Services.   Committee members will be announced at a later date.   “The committee will be primarily comprised of local veterinarians and public health officials,” Johnson said. “Rabies is a very serious issue and potentially fatal.  We want to make sure that people and pets are protected.”   The committee recommendations will be provided to the City Manager as part of a broader and ongoing animal ordinance review.  The ordinance review is scheduled to be presented to the Wichita City Council later this year.   For further questions, Johnson can be reached at or 268-8351. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thank you all for your incredible efforts in Maine and Kansas!  You are making a huge difference in the lives of dogs everywhere.  Remember what Margaret Mead said, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."   Regards,  Kris   Kris L. Christine Founder, Co-Trustee The Rabies Challenge Fund

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