Alberta Court Upholds Farrier's Right to Float Horse Teeth

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The technicalities of defining veterinary medicine were tested in February in the Alberta, Canada, Court of Appeal when three appeal court justices ruled that a farrier was not guilty of illegally practicing veterinary medicine when he floated horses' teeth as a service to horse owners.

According to reports in The Western Producer, an agricultural news publication for Western

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