Wis. bill would require veterinarians to report suspected abuse

06/3/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

A bill introduced in Wisconsin's Legislature would make it mandatory for veterinarians to report suspected animal abuse. Proponents say the measure would also help protect children and the elderly from mistreatment, along with animals. Opponents argue that the new law isn't necessary because veterinarians already report animal abuse, and they worry that the measure would spark unnecessary investigations into accidents.

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