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54-2504. Collaborating veterinarian agreement; required; when; contents.Possession and administration of a euthanizing drug by an animal welfare organization shall be pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement. A collaborating veterinarian agreement is between a veterinarian and an animal welfare organization and includes:(1) Designation of the responsible individual or individuals for the animal welfare organization;(2) Provisions for the proper storage and inventory of the euthanizing drugs;(3) Maintenance of effective controls against the diversion of such drugs;(4) Provisions for proper training of any animal welfare organization staff whose duties include administering a euthanizing drug. Such training includes information in at least the following areas: The pharmacology, proper administration, and storage of euthanizing drugs; federal and state laws regulating the storage and inventory of euthanizing drugs; stress management; and proper disposal of euthanized animals; and(5) Maintenance of a valid veterinary-client-patient relationship.Pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement, a veterinarian shall maintain a separate registration under section 28-408 at the principal place of business of the animal welfare organization. SourceLaws 1999, LB 573, § 4.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-2504

54-2504. Collaborating veterinarian agreement; required; when; contents.Possession and administration of a euthanizing drug by an animal welfare organization shall be pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement. A collaborating veterinarian agreement is between a veterinarian and an animal welfare organization and includes:(1) Designation of the responsible individual or individuals for the animal welfare organization;(2) Provisions for the proper storage and inventory of the euthanizing drugs;(3) Maintenance of effective controls against the diversion of such drugs;(4) Provisions for proper training of any animal welfare organization staff whose duties include administering a euthanizing drug. Such training includes information in at least the following areas: The pharmacology, proper administration, and storage of euthanizing drugs; federal and state laws regulating the storage and inventory of euthanizing drugs; stress management; and proper disposal of euthanized animals; and(5) Maintenance of a valid veterinary-client-patient relationship.Pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement, a veterinarian shall maintain a separate registration under section 28-408 at the principal place of business of the animal welfare organization. SourceLaws 1999, LB 573, § 4.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-2504

54-2504. Collaborating veterinarian agreement; required; when; contents.Possession and administration of a euthanizing drug by an animal welfare organization shall be pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement. A collaborating veterinarian agreement is between a veterinarian and an animal welfare organization and includes:(1) Designation of the responsible individual or individuals for the animal welfare organization;(2) Provisions for the proper storage and inventory of the euthanizing drugs;(3) Maintenance of effective controls against the diversion of such drugs;(4) Provisions for proper training of any animal welfare organization staff whose duties include administering a euthanizing drug. Such training includes information in at least the following areas: The pharmacology, proper administration, and storage of euthanizing drugs; federal and state laws regulating the storage and inventory of euthanizing drugs; stress management; and proper disposal of euthanized animals; and(5) Maintenance of a valid veterinary-client-patient relationship.Pursuant to a collaborating veterinarian agreement, a veterinarian shall maintain a separate registration under section 28-408 at the principal place of business of the animal welfare organization. SourceLaws 1999, LB 573, § 4.

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