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If you feel the necessity of vaccines or the benefit of vaccinations has been misrepresented to you , you can file a complaint with the following agencies:
The Texas State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
333 Guadalupe
Tower III Suite 810
Austin , Texas 78701-3942

You will need a complaint form which can be downloaded from the Veterinary Board web site at :

To insure action on your complaint I will be glad to assist you as the Veterinarian opinion.

Contact me at

If you feel you have been treated unjustly or inadequately by the Veterinary Board please contact me so we can notify the:
 Sunset Committee which reviews the Veterinary Boards performance in 2005
as well as the
Senate Committee which appoints Board Members
and the
Senate Committee that overseas the Veterinary Board.

If you pet has been harmed by vaccines I would like to hear about it.
Adverse reactions should be reported to the
USDA Center for Veterinary Medicine
and the
FDA Adverse Drug Experience Reporting System.

Complaints about the misrepresentation of vaccines
should also be filed with:

Attorney General of the State of Texas
Craig Abbott
Consumer Protection Division
Attention: D. Esther Chavez
Box 12548
Austin, Texas 78711-2548

A sample complaint can be found in the library.

This will link you to all the Better Business Bureaus

National Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
Lists All Licensing  Boards or The U.S.A. & Canada

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 and  the care-takers that help them.
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for Public Education about New Vaccination Recommendations