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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

18 July 2001 Issue


Submitted by: [email protected] (^..^ Lisa Marie^..^)

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Do Licenses Protect Abusive Veterinarians?
The Veterinarian's Oath
A public quote made by an abusive vet currently under investigation
A Dog and A Vet
Do You Suspect Abuse?
Are You Looking For A New Veterinarian?
Links to Victims of Abusive Veterinarians and/or Malpractice
Information From Reader
Stop Vet Malpractice - Sign Petition

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A public quote made by an abusive vet currently under investigation:

"With an open hand, I hit him on the side of his chest trying to get him to lay down.... adding that the dog had a broken back, was in pain and was unable to lay down to receive treatment. I hit him right by the front legs, as soon as I did, it stopped crying."

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Links to Victims of Abusive Veterinarians and/or Malpractice:

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Information From Reader

I would also suggest contacting the following for support and advice for further legal action: the association of veterinarians for animal rights, email: [email protected] , telephone (Davis california) 916-759-8108; animal legal defense fund, ; animal protection institute,   telephone 916-731-5521.

Blessings and for the love of all our nonhuman animal companions on this earth.
Brenda (ct)

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