American taxpayer should subsidize veterinary training to get rid of declawing

Veterinary college Cornell

The only reason why three quarters of American veterinarians declaw cats is for money. We all know that. There’s no connection to providing a service to improve the welfare and health of cats. It’s just about money and the convenience … please continue reading

Veterinarian declawed his wife’s cats without her consent or knowledge so she divorced him

Glenn Mayer DVM

These are the words of Gloria Mayer [THANKS A LOT GLORIA!]: “I was married (really!) to Glenn Mayer but I got divorced after three years. When I married him I had two cats that were over ten years old. I … please continue reading

Study shows that stress placed on veterinarians can cause ethical conflict and other problems

Veterinarians don't know how much pain cats are experiencing or if the drug is effective

According to a new study co-authored by a Cambridge Health Alliance psychiatrist and Harvard Medical School researcher, veterinarians often suffer from moral stress issues in the veterinary field. The research was done by Lisa Moses and J. Wesley Boyd and … please continue reading

Is the BRAN test suitable for a veterinarian’s client?

Cat at veterinarian's

Doctors’ patients should question their doctor on the drugs and treatments offered using the BRAN test. The aim is to reduce overmedication and decrease interventions. GP patients like to come away with something when they visit their GP’s surgery. Often … please continue reading