Alberta Court Upholds Farrier's Right to Float Horse Teeth

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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