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Tue May 4, 2021, 08:56 AM


SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Veterinarians and an animal rights group sued California, calling its ban on telemedicine for pets an unconstitutional gut of free speech



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Tue May 4, 2021, 09:31 AM

1. VCPR by State

This quick-reference guide lists each state’s VCPR (veterinarian client-patient relationship) regulations, and provides guidance to veterinarians how they can utilize TeleVet for conducting virtual visits.

In most cases, veterinarians can offer general advice (e.g., nutrition or training recommendations), first aid advice, triage patients, and assist in medical emergencies without VCPR. However, to diagnose a patient or to prescribe drugs, VCPR is required.


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