For one thing, the vaccine insert that used to be packaged with the vaccines tells the veterinarian not to. The vaccine insert states that the vaccine is "for use in healthy animals." This is code for "If you, veterinarian, vaccinate an animal and something goes wrong, we (the vaccine manufacturers) are not liable. Chances are the animal was unhealthy in some way - ear infection? UTI? parasites? a history of seizures? thyroid problems? - and we told you not to do that."
At the end of the vaccine insert is a list of precautions, stating that animals who are stressed from shipping (because cats love being stuffed in a carrier and put in a car), malnutrition (is your pet eating processed food?), parasites (like the puppies who get a vaccine and by the time the shot is given, the poop sample has been found to be full of worm eggs), or who are incubating any disease (how would we know?) might suffer from an adverse reaction as a result of being vaccinated.
For the last couple of years I noticed that the rabies vaccine that I used to carry in my office did not come with an insert. Then recently I thought, well, surely it's on the internet.
No, vaccine inserts for animal vaccines are no longer available.
Luckily I have one that I kept from some years ago.
In practice, I see animals who become incurable as a result of being vaccinated. This means that you can only get them to some level of health restoration, but never all the way, even with raw food, supplements, and homeopathic prescribing. Some of their symptoms are a direct result of the vaccines.
I realize that people have their pets vaccinated because they want them to be healthy.
Let's be clear. Vaccines do not make you healthy.
With vaccines, you will pay now or pay later.
If you pay now, your pet has an immediate reaction - facial swelling, diarrhea, vomiting, fainting, seizures, death.
If you pay later, your pet might become hypothyroid, develop cancer, have seizures and/or behavior changes, and a whole host of chronic diseases.
Unfortunately, you don't get to choose. But you will pay.