When Veterinarians Have A Dark Side

October 28, 2013 at 7:17 AM | Posted in A Conscious Life, Be an Advocate for our Animals, Beware of Bad Vets, Beware of Frontline and Other Chemical Meds For Pets: They CAN Kill, Beware of the Sociopath, Conscious Lifestyles Radio Show Blog, The Vet Abuse Network, Think | 3 Comments

Our cat Mina, a beautiful Siamese girl, was killed in a horrific way at a supposed “Holistic” Veterinarian office located in South Salem, New York on August 4th, 2010.

She suffocated to death when a badly trained Vet Tech and unspeakably irresponsible Veterinarian tore her Trachea when they inserted an Intubation Tube into her throat.

Rather than immediately performing an Emergency Tracheotomy on Mina to save her life, they simply gave her shots of Epinephrine! Her heart was pounding, she was turning Blue, and she could not get the much-needed Oxygen she needed.

Snow Shoe Siamese Cat

Mina was a Snow Shoe Siamese beauty, much like this gorgeous cat pictured here.

My conversation with Animal Advocate, Julie Catalano of The Vet Abuse Network, http://www.vetabusenetwork.com, is a wealth of information on HOW to avoid being a victim [and your beloved pet being the ultimate victim] from unscrupulous Veterinarians.

1.) Always, no matter who gives you the referral, do your own search on the internet and with State Boards to find out the ‘real’ reputation of any one Vet. Marketing and Advertising is most often an embellishment of the reality behind the “smoke and mirrors.” I have personally been horrified by some abusive Vets who were ‘referred’ onto me! Wow, I grabbed my beloved cat and got out of there when I was stonewalled, smirked at, argued with, and disrespected…. NO WAY would I ever just blindly trust some idiot who cannot even treat ME with decency to touch my beloved family member.

2.) On the first visit, make an appointment for ONLY YOU to interview the Vet and check out the facility. Don’t take your precious pet to any Vet whom you have not thoroughly interviewed and researched.

3.) Never trust a sole practitioner. They often times do not have the higher technology and simply don’t have the time to update the training in Nutrition and other important topics.

4.) Find a well run, 24 hour hospital that you have also thoroughly interviewed and have certainty that your pet will be treated with respect and receive the very best care.

5.) Learn Homeopathy and Herbs for yourself. There are several good books by Homeopathy Veterinarians and Herbs for animals. Use these as reference books. This has saved my cat naturally many times.

6.) ALWAYS insist on copies of Records and electronic diagnostics AFTER every office visit!

7.) Have a secondary, “over the shoulder” Vet who can consult with you via phone as she/he listens to the symptoms and looks at the Records and electronically emailed diagnostics. THIS HAS ALSO BEEN A LIFE SAVER FOR ONE OF MY PETS!

8.) Research all pharmaceutical drugs that any Vet suggests. ALL drugs have serious side effects and there are always natural alternatives, especially for many of the degenerative dis-eases like Cardiomyopathy, Kidney Failure, etc. AND STAND UP FOR YOUR PET AND SAY “NO” TO VACCINES! No vaccine, unbelievably, has ever been proven to be safe nor effective. How in the world the “Rabies” vaccine for dogs got to be Legislated into the “Law” shows how corrupt the pharmaceutical industry truly is… these vaccines all cause huge immune deficiencies immediately and certainly down the road.

You don’t have to be a PhD. in any one topic, but learn and memorize the homeopathic remedies for common things like upset stomach, nausea, Urinary Tract Infections, colds, even for emergencies. 

Also learn to use some key Herbs that you should always have in your home.

Slippery Elm Bark [in capsule you open and mix into warm spring water and Raw Honey] is great for Ulcers, constipation, diarrhea, upset stomach.

Propolis from Bees is one of the few natural foods that contains the full spectrum of Amino Acids. Add this into daily food and especially into herbal mixtures with Raw Honey for added nutrition.

Burdock is a great blood cleanser. Keep it on hand in the dropper form in the Glycerine formula. All dis-ease is from contaminated blood.

Milk Thistle. You can keep this in capsule form you mix into food or put into warm Spring water tinctures with Raw Honey. This is a VERY important Herb to give to your pets [and for you, too]. It cleans the Liver. YOU NEED A LIVER THAT IS CLEAN TO MAINTAIN OR ACHIEVE HEALTH!

Hydrogen Peroxide. A literal life saver as it re-oxygenates the blood and thus, the entire body. Can kill bacteria and virus. Put a few drops [NOT DROPPERS, but drops– approximately 4 to 6 drops] into water that is in a Glass bowl for them to drink daily.

Beets. This is an amazing Vegetable. You can buy it powdered or you can buy it fresh. Always have this on hand for mixing into food and even make into a warm Spring water, RAW Honey tincture. If you have the fresh Beets, make a Juice with a juicer or a Smoothie with a Vitamix or other Blender. Heals the Liver, Kidneys and helps to nourish the body with vital Enzymes and minerals.

Hawthorne Berry. For all Heart related illnesses. Excellent for Cardiomyopathy and even high blood pressure. Give in Tincture or powdered form in Raw Honey, Spring Water dropper/syringe.

This is just the beginning… Pick up Dr. Richard Pitcairn’s book on Animal Homeopathy, and another Herbal healing book for pets and learn for yourself how YOU can take back the control of your pets health and wellness with very little money, effort, and time.

Additionally, Journalist Catherine O’Driscoll in the UK has written books on the dangers of vaccines, along with several Veterinarians and other concerned citizens.

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Our family animal companions have NO control over their own bodies when you leave them unattended at the Vet. NEVER, if you can, just leave your Pet unattended by YOU at any Vet’s office….. Many times, an animal is better off at home to be healed.

Of course, if there is an Emergency, make sure you have a well-established 24 hour hospital with a sterling reputation to rely upon. Again, CONTINUE to be an ADVOCATE for your cat or dog in any situation.

Never blindly Trust. Julie Catalano reminded everyone that those days are long gone. You have to have some knowledge of basic health care requirements for your family’s best friend and you must, MUST be in charge of their wellbeing and never hand-over the reigns to anyone else under any circumstances.

In your leisure, do some reading. Research Homeopathy, Herbs, Nutrition, natural healing modalities, etc., on the internet and the many great books available. Do this so you will have a working knowledge of what is available to you if you ever need it.

Chili Pepper look-alike

This blog is dedicated to the loving memories of Mina, Suki, Brandy, Furchild, Chiquita, Jangles, and all of the innocent animals who have been injured and killed at the hands of a Veterinarian.

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  1. I worked for a vet once many many years ago, who gave outdated drugs to clients, made me throw needles and sharp instruments into the regular garbage instead of a Sharps container. He told a woman that her cat died on the operating table and he had never taken it out of the cage. He finally took it out of the cage three days later and put it to sleep. Then he opened it up and did an autopsy because he wanted to find out what was wrong with the cat. I turned him into everyone I could think of and was even on the local news. It turns out he sat on the board of veterinarians and he was very well known and liked in the community even though he was a hack job at work. He is a horrible human and he will rot in hell for eternity.

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