As I have mentioned many times, including in two recent posts (May 2016 and June 2016), there are many problems with prescription pet foods that are finally coming to the surface.
I'm sure you have noticed that people are fed up with a lot of things these days, and this includes the pet food industry, including prescription pet foods. And now finally, a couple of law firms have teamed up and are representing consumers in a class action lawsuit against the four main manufacturers of prescription pet foods -- Hill's, Purina, Royal Canin and Iams.
Have you purchased a prescription pet food in the last four years? Have you been told that your pet needed a pet food available by prescription only? Were you referred to an on-site veterinarian (Banfield, BluePearl, for example) to write the prescription, with or without the need to examine your pet?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, please call and speak with one of the lawyers at the number provided in this article, which also explains more about it.
It's up to us to speak up and speak out for the animals!
I haven't given any of our pets prescription foods in over two decades and would never consider giving them, but a lot of my clients do and have.
To read more about the class action lawsuit and how to join it, go to:
To read Susan Thixton's (TruthAboutPetFood.com) article about the lawsuit, go here:
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(Update 1/9/17): To read Dr. Karen Becker's article about this lawsuit go here:
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