• Dogs Abused with Homeopathy

    One of the worst things about pseudoscience is that adults using it, will endanger other lives as well – kids and animals haven’t gotten the rational skills nor the necessary elements of judgement  in order to choose for themselves to try junk science, and take responsability for their actions.

    But mumbo jumbo belivers don’t care; like this brit woman who was convicted of animal abuse, because she refused to take her dogs to the vet, and instead ‘treated’ them with homeopathy:

    A WOMAN who used homeopathy instead of taking her dogs to a vet has been banned from keeping animals for three years.

    When the RSPCA received a call about Susan Lambert’s dogs, the 54-year-old claimed her two German Shepherds were suffering from a skin condition because they had been burnt by the sulphuric acid that a farmer had sprayed on nearby fields.

    She was advised to seek veterinary treatment, but refused saying she would continue to use homeopathy.

    Three months later, an RSPCA officer returned to find the dogs’ conditions had rapidly deteriorated.

     Five-year-old male K had lost half his fur, while eight-year-old female Tee (pictured) was almost completely bald.

    Eventually the RSCPA and police attended Lambert’s address in Colwallto seize the animals.

    They were taken to a vet who found that parasitic mites had burrowed into the dogs’ skin and caused severe mange.

    At Hereford Magistrates’ Court last week, Gaynor Sutton, prosecuting for the RSPCA, said Lambert had been “difficult to deal with”.

    Lambert had accused the RSPCA of harassment and, when police called at her house, initially refused to let them in.

    She was been found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to animals during a hearing at Hereford Magistrates last month.

    It’s a shame these dogs got such a careless person to take care of them. And kudos to the Magistrates!

    (via Magonia)

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    Article by: Ðavid A. Osorio S

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