Mo. court says only licensed veterinarians can profit

01/6/2012 | St. Joseph News-Press (Mo.)

A Missouri court on Thursday said only licensed veterinarians could profit from animal husbandry work and that it would enforce existing laws to that effect. The ruling followed the Missouri Veterinary Board's lawsuit against a Missouri woman, who is not a veterinarian, for performing equine teeth floating. The latest ruling allows for non-licensed veterinarians to perform floating and some other procedures if they don't charge for the service.

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