On Friday, a resident of Islamabad filed a case against a local vet, Dr. Faisal Khan, saying that the vet was careless and killed his dog.
A petition was also sent to an extra sessions court against the police officers who did not record the incident. However, Judge Tahir Abbas Supra had asked the investigating officer and a veterinarian, Dr. Faisal Khan, to come to court on July 30th.
According to the Petition,
“The doctor had given the dog an antibiotic drip during an ultrasound and normal examination.”
Because the police had not made an official report of the incident, the petitioner asked the court to require one.
However, after the hearing, the Islamabad High Court rejected the citizen’s petition against the vet.
Pakistan has the worst mistreatment of animals. It is not the first time a vet has killed a dog. There are several instances in which you bring your beloved pet in for a routine checkup, and the vet gives them either the wrong dose of antibiotic or the wrong medication.
I have experienced this. My dog was supposed to be vaccinated, and I was informed that it was. However, my dog was never vaccinated, and it subsequently died of rabies.
People’s misconception that becoming a vet is an easy career is a further significant concern. In fact, it is not. You must be qualified, experienced, and KIND towards these beings.
They cannot speak or inform you when they are hurt, so please refrain from abusing them when their owners are not around in your clinic.
“Animals have come to mean so much in our lives. We live in a fragmented and disconnected culture. Politics are ugly, religion is struggling, technology is stressful, and the economy is unfortunate. What’s one thing that we have in our lives that we can depend on? A dog or a cat is loving us unconditionally, every day, very faithfully.”Jon Katz