• B.C.'s top vet, province's regulating body clash over reporting of suspected animal abuse

    10 days ago - By Topix

    British Columbian veterinarians should only report animal abuse if they have "unequivocal evidence" of wrongdoing by clients, according to a directive sent out in June by the organization regulating the profession in British Columbia. But the province's top vet has come out against the position, saying she and her colleagues have an "ethical obligation" to report suspected abuse and warning that the position touted by the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia could undermine the profession.
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