Malargüe complies with the district ordinance for the practice of veterinary medicine – Malargüe municipality

In this way, the department becomes the second provincial city to adhere to this legislation, which allows the regulation of business in veterinarians, pet stores, dog grooming salons, among others.

After the arduous strides of the Mendoza College of Veterinarians and Fellows working in Malargue, the Honorable Advisory Board complied with Provincial Law No. 6472 on the Practice of Veterinary Medicine and the College congratulates and encourages the Malargue Fellows on this significant progress. Other municipalities of the governorate should follow the example of this department.

They also explained that in this way, the entire commercial licensing process that includes activities related to the practice of veterinary medicine in any of its specialties, such as related activities, will be organized with a view to accompanying and clarifying the obligations and limitations of the institutions in which veterinary medicine is practiced, in those in which products are sold for use In veterinary medicine, such as animal production establishments, where it is necessary to obtain technical guidance from a veterinary specialist.

They then said that Municipal Ordinance 2153/2022 designates the Directorate of Veterinary Medicine and Zoonoses in the Municipality of Malargüe as the executive authority, with the support of the College of Veterinarians.

Martín Vargas, director of veterinary medicine and zoonoses in the municipality of Malargue, said with great joy this good news for the department and explained that this adhesion would allow them to work on aspects that were not addressed, such as that some clinics were selling medicines or various supplies without professional regulation.

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Henceforth, thanks to compliance with this regional legislation, the Directorate of Veterinary Medicine and Zoonoses will share commercial qualifications related to veterinarians, dog breeders, pet stores and others. “With this, we will be able to make relevant observations, regulations and inspections,” he said.

In any case, the professional clarified that the law is not valid and explained that they are already working on the regulation to determine the corresponding standards in licenses, controls, inspections, confiscations or what is required of the directorate.

To read the full law, you can click here https://hcd.malargue.gov.ar/?p=27730

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