Inform the world about an effective treatment for canine distemper discovered by Dr. Al Sears.

The common belief among vets is that there is no effective treatment for canine distemper. However, Dr. Alson Sears may have stumbled into one of those fortunate accidents of science where a breakthrough can happen. Ed Bond began the Save Dogs From Canine Distemper Web site because Dr. Sears' serum had saved his dog Galen in 1997. Since then, he has heard from dog owners around the U.S. and the world whose pets have been saved by Dr. Sears' treatments. Save Dogs From Canine Distemper is a project run by Kind Hearts In Action to help owners treat their dogs and to support research into canine distemper. Kind Hearts In Action is a dog rescue and placement public charity based in Los Angeles. This 501(c)3 group, which offers temporary and foster homes for stray dogs, also conducts fundraising to support the treatment of dogs with canine distemper and research into the disease.

1. If treated early enough, a dog can live a full life with no seizures. Funding is needed to support research and treatment of distemper dogs.


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