Skeptvet Gets Dr Karen Becker Right
Ugh television vets. I mean well, sort of television, but more internet. Skeptvet takes the words right out of my mouth whenever I hear Dr Karen Becker going on an on about how terrible veterinarians are, with reinforcement from her top three veterinary colleagues who are licensed to practice…wait….They’re NOT EVEN VETS? Nope. Dr Becker’s contemporaries who validate her positions and “me too” her ideas are a human dentist, another human dentist, an M.D. and a human pharmacist, whom I suppose feel like once you’ve mastered human medical issues, you are certainly ready to practice on simple little animals.
And there’s no doubt that if you’re a human physician, there is more money to be made SELLING stuff than practicing medicine. Well, if actions speak louder than words.
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