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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

From 18 July 2001 Issue

Do You Suspect Abuse?

As a client suspecting your pet was abused, you should file a complaint to your state Veterinary Licensing Board.  These boards have the authority to investigate such allegations and suspend or remove the veterinarian's license.  Unfortunately this happens very seldom, but to let it go unreported gives the impression to authorities and to society that abuse by a veterinarian is not that serious, and perhaps even acceptable.  If you have witnessed abuse by a veterinarian, it is you're first and foremost responsibility to file a report with both the states licensing board and to your local police department.

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