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RE: Why would you need a venomoid for educational puposes?

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Posted by: taw at Fri Mar 19 10:17:01 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by taw ]  
   

But on the other side, there are a few qualified surgens that do the surgery on a regular basis

I hear so much about these qualified veterinarians that are performing these operations on a "regular basis". I have yet to see any evidence that this is the case. Proponents of the venomoid trade would have us believe that the majority of venomoids on the market are a product legal surgeries performed by qualified and licensed veterinarians. This is simply not the case. One can trace almost every venomoid that is sold through internet classifieds to a handful (2-3) of UNLICENSED laymen with no veterinary training and no way to LEGALLY obtain proper drugs to perform these surgeries. It isn't difficult to find these things out if one was so inclined.


   

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