Those of you who've read my blog entries on vets and pet food know the content is not flattering, to put it mildly. Vets are both villains and dupes in the global pet-food conspiracy. They are mis-educated about carnivorous pets, and they seem unable to think their way out of the traps pet food companies set for them in school. Of course, they have financial incentives to remain loyal to Hill's and Iams, to sell commercial junk foods and to charge a fortune to clean pets' plaque-encrusted teeth and infected gums that are destroyed by kibbles and canned mush.
But let's assume practicing vets are victims of their perverted education and have not had opportunities to learn the truth about carnivorous pets. This stretches credulity, but, for the present purpose, let's assume they are innocent victims, not conspirators.
Here's my lecture for vets in New Zealand: