Inspection of Ontario licensed livestock medicines outlet

In Ontario, livestock owners may purchase a class of drugs, known as livestock medicines, from retail outlets for use in their own animals. These medicines do not require a veterinary prescription. Their sale is regulated under the Livestock Medicines Act which requires outlets obtain a license and are subject to ministry inspection. The Act specifies that outlets may only sell specific types of livestock medicines.


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