Veterinary practitioners working in mobile practices have always had controlled substances in their practice vehicles to provide for comprehensive care of their patients. Without access to these drugs, used routinely
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Legislators plan to re-introduce Moose’s Law in New Jersey’s new legislative session, despite Governor Christie’s pocket veto of the bill.  The law would prohibit anyone from working with animals in
Continue Reading Coming Soon: Certification Required To Work With Animals In New Jersey

Veterinarians, food animal producers, and feed manufacturers will have to comply with FDA’s new restrictions on the use of certain antibiotics in food animals, as published in Guidance for Industry
Continue Reading Notice to Veterinarians and the Food Animal Industry: Prescriptions Required for Antibiotics in Food Animals

One of the purposes of the New Jersey State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (“the Board”) is to investigate consumer complaints filed against veterinarians.  On May 15, 2013, at the
Continue Reading Tips for Veterinarians Responding to Complaints Filed with the New Jersey State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.