CLASS ACTION VACCINE LAWSUIT
Top veterinarians say a blizzard of lawsuits may be the way to protect dogs from over-vaccination, drug company larceny, and vaccine damage.
(First published May 2005, retained for your reference in 2020 although the drug companies won.)
Class Action Veterinary Vaccine Law Suit
You may be a party to a potential class action lawsuit arising from the misrepresentation of the need for these pet vaccinations. If, within the last four years, you have paid for any of the following pet vaccinations without receiving adequate disclosure, you may have a claim for damages. The vaccines include the following:
1) Annual vaccination for canine distemper, parvovirus, and feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, calcivirus (Scientific studies indicate that repeat administration of these vaccines provides no beneficial effect.)
2) Corona virus vaccination. (Scientific studies indicate dogs over 8 weeks old are not susceptible to this disease.)
3) Leptospirosis or Lyme disease vaccination (Research indicates these diseases are rare to non-existent in Texas and many other parts of the country.)
4) Feline Aids vaccine, Feline Infectious Peritonitis vaccine, or Giardia vaccine (Scientific studies have shown these vaccines to be ineffective.)
If you have paid for any of the above vaccinations in the last four years and would like information concerning your rights, please send an email to:
Roy R. Brandys or John Sawin - Childress Duffy Goldblatt, Ltd. email@example.com
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Critter Fixer Pet Hospital, Bob Rogers DVM, 5703 Louetta Spring, TX 77379
The Law Firm of Childress Duffy Goldblatt, Ltd. of Chicago, Illinois, has agreed to investigate and pursue a potential class action lawsuit arising from the misrepresentation of the need for pet vaccinations. If you have paid for pet vaccinations in the last four years without adequate disclosures, please email the Firm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year over 30 thousand dogs and cats in the U.S. die from adverse reactions from unnecessary vaccines. It has been ten years since the article first appeared in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association entitled “Are We Vaccinating Too Much?” in which and Dr Ron Schultz stated, ”Clients are paying for something with no effect except the risk of an adverse reaction.”
Since that time the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and the American Animal Hospital Association as well as twenty-two schools of Veterinary Medicine in the U.S. have endorsed reductions in the numbers and frequency of vaccinations recommended for pets. More and more research has confirmed that most vaccines are unnecessary and potentially harmful. And yet 90% of the Veterinarians in the United States have ignored these guidelines, and continue to give vaccines, which have been proven to be unnecessary and potentially harmful.
My efforts in the last six years to promote change have been met with frustration. I have written to every State Board of Veterinary Medicine in the U.S. I have been before the Texas State Board six times. After I appeared before the Texas Sunset Committee, a group of 12 Senators who over- see the State Veterinary Board, they ordered the Board to crack down on unnecessary vaccines. They have not. The Attorney General’s office in Texas has agreed that it is unlawful for a Veterinarian to obtain a fee by the misrepresentation of the benefit or necessity of vaccines. And yet the misrepresentation of vaccines to the public and the harming of our pets continues unchecked.
We need your help. I feel that a class action lawsuit is the only way pet owners can get fair and ethical treatment for our loved ones.
Dr. Bob Rogers
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