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§ 2403. Exemptions from licensure

Regardless of whether acts performed are within the definition of the practice of veterinary medicine as defined in subdivision 2401(5) of this title, a license to practice veterinary medicine shall not be required under section 2402 of this title by the following:

(1) the owner of an animal and the owner's full-time regular employee caring for and treating the animal belonging to the owner, except where the ownership of the animal was transferred for purposes of circumventing this chapter;

(2) a person advising with respect to or performing acts which are accepted livestock management practices and animal husbandry practices such as the use of procedures for artificial insemination, dehorning, clipping and shoeing animals, trimming feet and use of handheld files, rasps or other devices to remove overgrowth from the teeth of horses (floating), but not to include extraction of teeth or other procedures that invade the skin tissue of the mouth. Prescription drugs shall not be used except by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian, as provided by state and federal law;

(3) an employee of the federal, state or local government performing his official duties;

(4) a person who is a regular student in a school of veterinary medicine performing duties or actions assigned by his instructors, or working under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian during a school vacation period, or in a preceptorship program;

(5) a veterinarian regularly licensed in another state consulting with a licensed veterinarian in this state;

(6) any merchant or manufacturer selling at his regular place of business medicines, feed, appliances, or other products used in the prevention or treatment of animal diseases;

(7) a member of the faculty of a school of veterinary medicine performing his regular functions or a person lecturing or giving instructions or demonstrations at a school of veterinary medicine or in connection with a continuing education course or seminar;

(8) any person selling or applying any pesticide, insecticide or herbicide;

(9) any person engaging in bona fide scientific research which reasonably requires experimentation involving animals;

(10) any employee of a licensed veterinarian performing duties other than diagnosis, prescription or surgery under the direct on-premise supervision of the veterinarian who is responsible for his or her performance;

(11) a graduate of a foreign college of veterinary medicine who is in the process of obtaining an ECFVG certificate performing duties or actions under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1; amended 2001, No. 151 (Adj. Sess.), § 22, eff. June 27, 2002.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-44 > 2403

§ 2403. Exemptions from licensure

Regardless of whether acts performed are within the definition of the practice of veterinary medicine as defined in subdivision 2401(5) of this title, a license to practice veterinary medicine shall not be required under section 2402 of this title by the following:

(1) the owner of an animal and the owner's full-time regular employee caring for and treating the animal belonging to the owner, except where the ownership of the animal was transferred for purposes of circumventing this chapter;

(2) a person advising with respect to or performing acts which are accepted livestock management practices and animal husbandry practices such as the use of procedures for artificial insemination, dehorning, clipping and shoeing animals, trimming feet and use of handheld files, rasps or other devices to remove overgrowth from the teeth of horses (floating), but not to include extraction of teeth or other procedures that invade the skin tissue of the mouth. Prescription drugs shall not be used except by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian, as provided by state and federal law;

(3) an employee of the federal, state or local government performing his official duties;

(4) a person who is a regular student in a school of veterinary medicine performing duties or actions assigned by his instructors, or working under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian during a school vacation period, or in a preceptorship program;

(5) a veterinarian regularly licensed in another state consulting with a licensed veterinarian in this state;

(6) any merchant or manufacturer selling at his regular place of business medicines, feed, appliances, or other products used in the prevention or treatment of animal diseases;

(7) a member of the faculty of a school of veterinary medicine performing his regular functions or a person lecturing or giving instructions or demonstrations at a school of veterinary medicine or in connection with a continuing education course or seminar;

(8) any person selling or applying any pesticide, insecticide or herbicide;

(9) any person engaging in bona fide scientific research which reasonably requires experimentation involving animals;

(10) any employee of a licensed veterinarian performing duties other than diagnosis, prescription or surgery under the direct on-premise supervision of the veterinarian who is responsible for his or her performance;

(11) a graduate of a foreign college of veterinary medicine who is in the process of obtaining an ECFVG certificate performing duties or actions under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1; amended 2001, No. 151 (Adj. Sess.), § 22, eff. June 27, 2002.)


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Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-44 > 2403

§ 2403. Exemptions from licensure

Regardless of whether acts performed are within the definition of the practice of veterinary medicine as defined in subdivision 2401(5) of this title, a license to practice veterinary medicine shall not be required under section 2402 of this title by the following:

(1) the owner of an animal and the owner's full-time regular employee caring for and treating the animal belonging to the owner, except where the ownership of the animal was transferred for purposes of circumventing this chapter;

(2) a person advising with respect to or performing acts which are accepted livestock management practices and animal husbandry practices such as the use of procedures for artificial insemination, dehorning, clipping and shoeing animals, trimming feet and use of handheld files, rasps or other devices to remove overgrowth from the teeth of horses (floating), but not to include extraction of teeth or other procedures that invade the skin tissue of the mouth. Prescription drugs shall not be used except by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian, as provided by state and federal law;

(3) an employee of the federal, state or local government performing his official duties;

(4) a person who is a regular student in a school of veterinary medicine performing duties or actions assigned by his instructors, or working under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian during a school vacation period, or in a preceptorship program;

(5) a veterinarian regularly licensed in another state consulting with a licensed veterinarian in this state;

(6) any merchant or manufacturer selling at his regular place of business medicines, feed, appliances, or other products used in the prevention or treatment of animal diseases;

(7) a member of the faculty of a school of veterinary medicine performing his regular functions or a person lecturing or giving instructions or demonstrations at a school of veterinary medicine or in connection with a continuing education course or seminar;

(8) any person selling or applying any pesticide, insecticide or herbicide;

(9) any person engaging in bona fide scientific research which reasonably requires experimentation involving animals;

(10) any employee of a licensed veterinarian performing duties other than diagnosis, prescription or surgery under the direct on-premise supervision of the veterinarian who is responsible for his or her performance;

(11) a graduate of a foreign college of veterinary medicine who is in the process of obtaining an ECFVG certificate performing duties or actions under the direct on-premise supervision of a licensed veterinarian. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1; amended 2001, No. 151 (Adj. Sess.), § 22, eff. June 27, 2002.)

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