- Report: #721360
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Complaint Review: KAM Animal Services
KAM Animal Services555 VT Rt 78E Highgate Center, Vermont United States of America
KAM Animal Services Offers a "FREE Nutrition Clinic" at your barn - BEWARE! Highgate Center, Vermont
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You'll receive a constant barrage of emails after the "free nutrition clinic" pushing you into buying their supplements and when you ask to be removed from their list, they will start sending harassing emails to your barn manager as if trying to make you into a bad horse owner for not buying their overpriced, worthless supplements. Stay away!
Gabrielle Sutton claims to be an Equine Naturopath (which is a correspondence course, not an accredited degree) and acts as though she has veterinary knowledge, of which she has none. None of the things she magically claimed were wrong with my horse were actually wrong after examination and bloodwork performed by a licensed DVM. She is a snake oil saleswoman, pure and simple, and very good at it - she has a gift for making you feel guilty that you are not providing optimum nutrition for your horse and that you need to be feeding your horse her inanely expensive supplements.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/23/2011 08:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/KAM-Animal-Services/Highgate-Center-Vermont-05459/KAM-Animal-Services-Offers-a-FREE-Nutrition-Clinic-at-your-barn-BEWARE-Highgate-Cent-721360. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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