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NEW MARYLAND LAW ALLOWS PHYSICAL & MENTAL COMPETENCY EVALUATIONS OF VETERINARIANS

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-          Guilty of hiring employees unlicensed to practice in the state of Maryland; allowing such persons to practice veterinary medicine.

 

Yes, it's a great day in the state of Maryland when pets' welfare comes first and negligent veterinarians have their feet held to the flames.

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