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Junk Pet Food And
The Damage Done
(PDF)
Nexus Vol 14 No 6 October/November 2007
(Unabridged text)

Actions against veterinary schools

Veterinary students and recent veterinary graduates

Is your veterinary school:

  • in receipt of artificial pet food company funds?
  • suppressing information about the impact of artificial pet foods on pet health?
  • failing to provide complete and balanced information regarding the so-called 'complete and balanced' pet foods
  • failing to provide proper training in diets ordained by Nature?
  • training you in dental treatment, not dental disease prevention?
  • suggesting you advise your clients to brush their carnivores' teeth?

    Are your veterinary teachers:

  • in receipt of artificial pet food company funds?
  • assisting pet food companies to cover up deficiencies in their products?
  • encouraging you to recommend or feed unsuitable or unsafe products to your patients?
  • teaching 'nutrition' without declaring any conflict of interest?
  • teaching medicine and surgery without declaring any conflicts of interest?
  • teaching you to perform treatments when disease prevention would be a better option?

    Does this conduct by your school or your teachers make you a 'laughing stock'?

    Does this conduct by your school or your teachers disadvantage your clients and the patients under your care?

    Does this conduct leave you in professional and financial jeopardy?

    Legal and other remedies may be available to you. Please email to discuss options.

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