Idaho veterinarians speak out against unlicensed care

10/10/2010 | Times-News (Twin Falls, Idaho), The

Idaho veterinarians are raising concerns about the increasing number of unlicensed people who conduct procedures on horses and other animals, including equine dentistry. The Idaho Board of Veterinary Medicine has addressed the issue through public service announcements that urge animal owners to employ qualified veterinarians. In Oklahoma, AVMA opposed a law that was passed this year that allows unlicensed individuals who have completed 80 hours of training to work on the teeth of horses.

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