- Investigative Division - Staff of the Agency.
- Investigative Committee – An Investigative body that is comprised of 3 veterinarians and 2 public members, all of who volunteer their time and receive no remuneration.
- Veterinary Board – An adjudicating body comprised of 5 veterinarians and 3 public members and 1 certified veterinary technician, all of whom are appointed by the Governor to serve a 4-year term.
PLEASE BE SURE TO IDENTIFY A VETERINARIAN OR CERTIFIED VETERINARY TECHNICIAN WHO IS THE SUBJECT OF THE COMPLAINT. YOU CANNOT FILE A COMPLAINT AGAINST A VETERINARY HOSPITAL/CLINIC! If you do not know the person's name, please call the veterinary facility or our office for assistance.
IF YOU HAVE A COMPLAINT ABOUT MORE THAN ONE VETERINARIAN, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A COMPLAINT FORM FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL.
COMPLAINT FORMS MAY BE MAILED TO OUR OFFICE OR EMAILED TO: [email protected]
Researching a licensee's complaint/disciplinary history:
We encourage you to visit the Board's website directory for basic information about a licensee.
Please visit the Board's website directory to view a record of a licensee's disciplinary history or non-disciplinary order history (if there is any). By law, copies of Board Orders and non-disciplinary orders are only posted on the website for 5 years; however, you may request information pertaining to earlier actions and/or copies of the Board Order or non-disciplinary order (if not beyond record retention timeframe) by contacting Board staff at 602-364-1739 or emailing to [email protected]. By law, information about dismissed complaints is not available on the website directory; however, you may request information about dismissed complaints by contacting Board staff.