HB1309: St. Emerg. Medical Services Advisory Bd.; guidelines for provision of emerg. trtmt. of police dogs.


VIRGINIA ACTS OF ASSEMBLY -- CHAPTER
An Act to have the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs.
[H 1309]
Approved

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. § 1. That the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board shall, in consultation with the Board of Veterinary Medicine, develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs injured in the line of duty and the transportation of such dogs by an emergency medical services vehicle to a veterinary care facility equipped to provide emergency treatment to such dog.


HOUSE BILL NO. 1309
House Amendments in [ ] – February 7, 2024
A BILL to have the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs.
Patron Prior to Engrossment--Delegate Campbell

Referred to Committee on Public Safety

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. § 1. That the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board shall, in consultation with the [ State Veterinarian Board of Veterinary Medicine ] , develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs injured in the line of duty and the transportation of such dogs by an emergency medical services vehicle to a veterinary care facility equipped to provide emergency treatment to such dog.

HOUSE BILL NO. 1309

Offered January 10, 2024
A BILL to have the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs.
Patron-- Campbell

Committee Referral Pending

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. § 1. That the State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board shall, in consultation with the State Veterinarian, develop guidelines and guidance for the provision of emergency treatment of fire, police, and search and rescue dogs injured in the line of duty and the transportation of such dogs by an emergency medical services vehicle to a veterinary care facility equipped to provide emergency treatment to such dog.