strengthening the veterinary

regulatory community

Know Your Rights as a Consumer

You Have a Right to:

  1.   To expect that a veterinarian or veterinary technician has met the minimum qualifications of education and supervised experience required by law to be licensed.

  2.   To verify the license of a practicing veterinarian with the presiding licensing board and to receive information about any disciplinary action imposed the provider.

  3.   To file a complaint with the local licensing board concerning unprofessional or unethical behavior by a veterinary professional.

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