The practice guidelines state that “before providing service it is important that a valid VCPR… is in place.” In addition, the practice guidelines state that records are supposed to be maintained for any professional services and should include sufficient information to justify the diagnosis and treatment. For these reasons, it is recommended that a VCPR exist prior to dispensing non-prescription -- or "prescription" but unregulated by the government -- flea products.
Prescription flea products and VCPR Print
Modified on: Wed, 14 Mar, 2018 at 5:12 PM
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