Any changes that have already been made by the team appear in the content and are referenced with annotations. [Assent 12th July, 1966] [Commencement 1st April, 1967] 1. 1It is estimated that there are over 21 million pets in the UK, and vets are consulted by pet owners, and other animal owners, tens of millions times each year.2 Animal owners place great trust in their veterinary surgeons, and spend a great deal of money on Reproduced by permission of Reed Elsevier (UK) Limited, trading as LexisNexis UK, who are copyright owners and original publishers of this material. Right of holders of university degrees to be registered. ��οq�A֏�]E'/sõ�ڀ����>rG�G��e�z�N�*?R�@�*ZeZUWv�a���lꑮ1k��a������s����M����x��$�Z\+��XP���vhY���Ñ���v`;N�q0w̔ Veterinary Nurses and the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 Introduction 1. 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Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966. An Act to make fresh provision for the management of the veterinary profession, for the registration of veterinary surgeons and veterinary practitioners, for regulating their professional education and professional conduct and for cancelling or suspending registration in cases of misconduct; and for connected purposes. (See end of Document for details) Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966. An Act to make fresh provision for the management of the veterinary profession, for the registration of veterinary surgeons and veterinary practitioners, for regulating their professional education and professional conduct and for cancelling or suspending registration in cases of misconduct; and for connected purposes. AN ACT. PART I. We do this by setting, upholding and advancing the. 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