Pets on Film

Don’t Dope The Dog - Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani


A sinister phenomenon haunts the world of animal care. It appears as a friend, coming with a smiling face and the pretence of offering caring assistance; but in fact it is a dark, dangerous, dishonest and malignant presence. In this little book we will explore this insidious phenomenon, which has raised its ugly head in the last few years and should be brought to the attention of anyone who loves and cares for animals.

As the directors of S.A.F.E.R., the Society for Animal Flower Essence Research, and regular writers for Dogs Monthly magazine over the last three years, the authors have been contacted by many animal owners who have experienced the effects that psychotropic drugs can have on their pets. It has always been one of the stated aims of S.A.F.E.R. to campaign against the use of such drugs and at the same time promote the use of safe and effective systems of therapy that could make their use obsolete. The authors have long planned to write this book, but the decision to write it now was precipitated when we came across the tragic case described in the first chapter. We consider it an unfortunate sign of the times that such a book needs to be written at all, but hope that it will in a modest way help to further the cause of animal welfare by bringing to the attention the truth (or as much of it as can be exposed) about psychotropic medication for animals. We hope that this little book will be able to help empower readers to be able to make healthy choices for the animals they care for.

Pengraig Fach November 2004

Book Information

Softback Book

83 Pages

A S.A.F.E.R. Publication

Don’t Dope The Dog - Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani





Normal price £4, reduced because of rusty staples, price includes post & packing.



Normal price £4, reduced because of rusty staples, price for customers outside the United Kingdom to cover postage abroad.