New Fairfield, Ct. - Focused on providing high quality, trustworthy veterinary medicine, Protect the Pets has recruited 32 DVMs nationwide who agree to uphold the group's code of conduct.
NEW FAIRFIELD, CT. — Focused on providing high quality, trustworthy veterinary medicine, Protect the Pets has recruited 32 DVMs nationwide who agree to uphold the group's code of conduct.
Established last fall by Connecticut DVM John Robb, the organization promises to value pet health above profits and to educate the public about unsafe veterinary medicine.
The 32 DVM members pledged to practice according to the organization's Code of Conduct, a set of 12 tenets promising ethical pet care. They include never putting money before the life or health of an animal, treating all people and animals associated with a practice with respect and researching the latest pain-management drugs and treatments so that no pet suffers needlessly.
"Pet owners have no basis for comparison or real way to differentiate the quality and standard of care between veterinarians. They want to know where the heart of a veterinary practice is and are willing to invest the energy and time to find a practitioner that provides safe, compassionate care," Robb says.
Details are available at www.protectthepets.com or (203) 312-9419.