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Vet Supplies at Risk! Read this...

drgoodbody

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Just got this from a vet source that I like for their cattle products ;)
Doesn't sound good... more legislative bullshit.
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AVMA new proposal would force you to buy all your vet supplies from a vet only


The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) is currently redrafting the Model Veterinary Practice Act.

The way we read it, The AVMA draft directs lawmakers to prohibit mail-order and internet veterinary supply companies from selling
directly to breeders, pet stores and the general public. It sets the ground work to make it illegal for you to purchase and administer vaccines, wormers and other medications such as flea & tick medications and vitamins. It would also make it illegal to seek advise about animal welfare issues from anyone other than a licensed veterinarian. The language even goes as far as to
make phone calls, fax consultations and email consultations illegal.

We at Lambriar Animal Health Care have built our business based upon low prices and availability of product via mail order catalog, internet and telephone. We understand that this is key to ensuring that all animals receive affordable healthcare and the medications necessary for a healthy and happy life, all at a fair price. We agree that the veterinarian is an integral part of this process, however, we disagree with the statement that the veterinarian should be the sole source for all animal healthcare products and welfare issues.

This proposed action could strip every animal owner of their rights to choose how they would care for their pets and the manner in which they could purchase medications and seek advise.

In our opinion, this draft looks like an attempt by the AVMA to create a monopoly regarding "animal welfare" and potentially infringes on interstate commerce, affects a person's due process rights and potentially interferes with the freedom of contract.

Please join us and offer your support in opposing the passage of this draft. You must act quickly! All letters to AVMA must be postmarked by Saturday, March 15th, 2003.

Click Here: http://www.itsfortheanimals.com/AVMADFT4.HTM to get sample letters and examples to send to AVMA opposing this bill and to gain a better understanding of the nature of this action.

Thank-you for your support and patronage. We look forward to serving you in the future.

Lambriar Animal Health Care LLC
101 Highway Avenue
Mahaska, Kansas 66955
800.344.6337

http://www.Lambriarvet.com
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Time to act on this one too...:mad:

DrG
 

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stackdizzy said:
this will never happen!! Would make vet care too expensive
And, like you think the govt cares about 'making something too expensive' for the actual citizen?

Think how much ephedrine will cost after Dr visits and prescription fees in the future. This country is all about Big Brother telling us what we can and cant do. Liberty and freedom are long gone.
 

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Yea I agree to some extent but this would directly affect the economy! I mean if beef prices so up to produce then they go up to buy exponentially! With some farmers barley getting buy on what they make now it would put a noose on the industry! I just don't see it happening! Though I hope everyone on here does what they can to make a difference!! I mean come on guys those poor-poor farmers:D
 

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MikeS said:


And, like you think the govt cares about 'making something too expensive' for the actual citizen?

Think how much ephedrine will cost after Dr visits and prescription fees in the future. This country is all about Big Brother telling us what we can and cant do. Liberty and freedom are long gone.
This is true on so many levels it's not even funny anymore. But if ALL of us would start writing and bitching and moaning like other groups maybe it can be stopped.
 

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