Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Stop Veterinary Negligence And Malpractice. Sign The UK Petition To Send To Mr Cameron

In memory of Bosworth, who died most agonisingly after being prescribed HUMAN Tramadol. This case is now undergoing civil and criminal investigation. We lost Bozzy, please don't let it happen to your beloved pets, and above all don't let them fob you off with an excuse that it's anybody else's fault but theirs. Chantry Vets Ltd have already had at least one vet suspended for malpractice. Check social media, and the negative reports. Whilst some of these might be exaggerated, they cannot possibly ALL be wrong.

Since posting this petition, dozens of Bozzy supporters have signed this petition. We need to stick together.
 
David Bret submits the following on this government petition:
 
"Dear Mr Cameron,
On 26 April 2016 I took Bosworth, my beautiful blue merle collie, to Chantry Vets Ltd, Wakefield, with a swollen paw. The vet, Birgitte, prescribed Tramadol. Bozzy went through agony, and died on Friday. Other vets at the practice said that Tramadol was completely safe, which I now know to have been a lie and them protecting their backs. This practice has had a vet suspended for a killing a puppy in 2004 by leaving a swab inside him after an operation, and then trying to cover his tracks. This particular practice is certainly not Herriot-inspired. When we registered with them there were just two surgeries. Since then they have bought out every spare surgery in the district. It's a case of animal care being eschewed for bureaucracy and money-grabbing."

 


Every year millions of animals and their owners are put through unbearable and unnecessary trauma at the hands of unscrupulous veterinary practitioners.
The veterinary industry is no longer run by caring 'James Herriot' types. It is a multi-million pound, 'profit -driven - industry. As consumers we pay into a multi-million pound industry and yet we and our animals have no rights or recourse.
Read the following story from one ex-vet: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1232217/Why-Im-ashamed-vet-shocking-expose-profession-puts-pets-painful-unnecessary-treatments-fleece-trusting-owners.html
In 1999 Dispatches (produced by Twenty Twenty Television) released a half hour, one off programme called "Who Vets the Vets" this documentary scratched the surface and revealed some of the grim truth for the first time. Pulling back the curtain on sadistic practices, cruelty beyond belief and all for money! Animals put through unnecessary operations, beloved pets entering the veterinary environment for relatively simple treatment and ending up in a living nightmare of pain and suffering (one beautiful dog went in for something simple and returned home in a bin bag in pieces!); drugs administered unnecessarily, animal companions euthanized for no good reason and all for money.
Since the making of the Dispatches programme NOTHING has changed. Why? Because the veterinary industry is SELF REGULATED by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). If you study and qualify and become a member of the RCVS - what do you think the chances are of you ever being found guilty BY THEM of negligence? THIS MUST CHANGE FOREVER.
We the undersigned are asking for three things: 1. regulation of veterinary fees by the Department of Trade, 2. for any animals that have to stay overnight in veterinary hospitals to be constantly overseen by qualified staff whilst also allowing access at any time to family and 3. to establish an independent regulatory body for the veterinary industry above and beyond the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons so that any claims of negligence or malpractice will be dealt with in an unbiased and transparent way. Without these fundamental changes, atrocities will continue!
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