The board may adopt rules setting forth minimum standards for veterinary medical premises
and for the practice of veterinary medicine. The board shall, in the development of these rules, take into consideration the
needs, problems and practices relating to the differences encountered by large animal
veterinarians and other veterinarians and shall also consider the different needs,
problems and practices encountered in the provision of veterinary services in rural
or remote locations in comparison with the provision of veterinary services at the
veterinarian's principal place of business.
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