The Arizona Administrative Code R3-2-402 requires that veterinarians report animal cases of leptospirosis to the Arizona Department of Agriculture's Office of the State Veterinarian (Dr. Peter Mundschenk) by the end of each month at the latest.
Veterinarians can report animal cases of leptospirosis by submitting a fax to 602-542-4290 or by e-mail at [email protected].
“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in our state’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation for businesses and consumers alike. We’ve made great progress in growing our economy and streamlining state government over the past two years. We still have a lot of work to do to make sure outdated regulations aren’t slowing us down. No longer will regulations remain in place “just because they’re on the books and nobody’s bothered to change them.”
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The Board recently entered into an agreement with the plaintiffs in a lawsuit. The Judgment by Consent regarding animal massage can be viewed here
Veterinarians are exempt from Arizona Board of Pharmacy's Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) as of January 1, 2016. In March 2015, Governor Ducey signed a law that in part, exempted veterinarians from the requirement to participate in the PMP. The revisions to the law lift the requirement for veterinarians to submit their logs for dispensed controlled substances to the PMP. Check with the Arizona Board of Pharmacy for more information.
Tramadol became a Schedule IV Controlled Substance in August 2014! The DEA's final rule became effective on August 18, 2014. Your Controlled Drug Inventory Log and Controlled Drug Dispensing Logs should now track Tramadol.