Veterinarians Say Pet Owners Are Hurting Animals to Get Opioids

WTVN
| WTVN

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

And it seems unbelievable but it has some better Canarian concerned enough. To issue a warning concern that pet owners could be using their pets to get their own hands on opioids a recent. Study conducted by the Colorado school of public health says that veterinarians report that some of their clients may intentionally hurt. Their. Pet in order to get prescription painkillers thirteen percent. Of the one hundred and eighty, nine vets, surveyed say they. Believed that, a client purposely injured a pet to. Gain access to the drugs while nearly forty five percent of the group knew that a pet owner or a member of their, team was abusing opioids these findings are behind a new push for online training centers on opioid prescription

Coming up next