Harming Companion Animals

i March 8, 2008

Too often, especially with the advent of the Internet, advice is sought from ISAR by custodians of companion animals about harm done to them by veterinarians through misdiagnosis, prescribing the wrong medicine, operating unnecessarily or not when they should, and committing every other kind of malpractice imaginable. We also receive heartbreaking reports of intentional acts of cruelty perpetrated against companion animals: dogs shot by neighbors, cats stoned by teenagers, horses maimed by sadists.

In order to provide custodians of companion animals with an overview of the liability and damages aspect of harm to them, ISAR has prepared a lengthy monograph.

To receive a complimentary copy of this monograph, Contact International Society for Animal Rights.