If you have been studying the trail of destruction left by the anti-vaccine activists, then this will not be a surprise:
Eleven-year-old “Ned Kelly” is in for his annual physical at a clinic in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood. As part of his check-up, he’s getting a booster shot to protect him against Lyme disease. Ned doesn’t like needles, but he holds still while Dr. Joel Kaye squeezes the pink serum under his skin.
“Little pinch,” says Dr. Kaye, “we’ll be home free. All right, good job!”
Ned is lucky, because he’s one of the select few who can get the vaccine that gives him immunity against Lyme disease.
Ned is lucky because he’s a dog.