Help expand access to routine vet care

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CAMPAIGN ENDED; Ask your representatives to support Maryland House Bill 325 / Senate Bill 390.

The US is experiencing a shortage of veterinarians, making access to routine care and vaccinations more difficult for both pet owners and animal shelters. 

Removing legal barriers can help.

Maryland House Bill 325 / Senate Bill 390 would allow additional (trained) individuals who work at animal hospitals/shelters to administer rabies vaccines, freeing up veterinarian resources for more demanding services.

Out-of-state veterinarians would also be allowed to provide routine care in Maryland.

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