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Re: [RC] the sport? - Lynne Glazer

They aren't practicing. They are control vets. The treatment vets need to be licensed. California law, according to the vet board, is that if a control vet who isn't licensed has to treat in an emergency, they can do so under the (telephonic) guidance of a licensed vet.

Lynne

On Wednesday, October 22, 2003, at 06:32 PM, Stephanie E Caldwell wrote:

5) All AERC vets most hold a license. It doesn't have to be a license
in a state where the ride is held, but, it does have to be a license in one
of the 50 available. No unlicensed vets at any AERC rides.


I'm not sure in other states, but here in North Carolina it seems that would
be against the law for an unlicensed vet to practice. Isn't that a big
liability for AERC?


Steph


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